A one-half day symposium for Pittcon 2021 held March 6 – 10, 2021, in New Orleans, LA USA entitled:
"New Developments in Microextraction Technologies for Bioanalysis" – arranged by Professor Janusz Pawliszyn, Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3AG1, Canada, tel: 519-888-4641, fax: 519-746-0435, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Microextraction facilitates “chemical biopsy” providing chemical information, but sample remains intact. The flexibility of the approach results in designs of single assembled probes for in vivo investigation, or multi-probe devices compatible with range of multi-well plate systems. Microextraction devices conveniently hyphenate with analytical instrumentation resulting in well integrated processes.
Methodology: Mass Spectrometry (17), Chemometrics (4), Computers, Modeling and Simulation (5), Data Analysis and Manipulation (6), GC/MS (10), LC/MS (14), Sampling and Sample Preparation (25), Portable Instruments (23), Microfluidics/Lab-on-a-Chip (20).
Applications: Bioanalytical (C), Biomedical (D), Neurochemistry (V), High Throughput Chemical Analysis (P), Clinical/Toxicology (F).
Order of speakers:
- Ambient Ionization and Microextraction: A Perfect Complement, Dr. Chip Cody email@example.com
- Ionic Liquids in Microextraction of DNA, Professor Jared Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
- Microextraction in Protein Binding Investigations, Professor Marcel Musteata Marcel.Musteata@acphs.edu
- Liquid Phase Microextraction in Bioanalysis, Professor Stig Pedersen-Bjergaard email@example.com
- Chemical Biopsy Tools Based on Microextraction Principles, Professor Janusz Pawliszyn firstname.lastname@example.org