High Throughput Analysis for Food Safety
Tuesday, March 13th, 2012
2:00 PM Room: 311A

Organizers:
Perry G Wang, US FDA

Speakers:
2:00 PMThe Use of UHPLC and Fused Core HPLC Columns to Decrease Analysis Time of Dietary Supplements and Botanical Ingredients, Mark Roman
2:20 PMEstablishing a Model for High Throughput Screening and Quantifying Unknown Additives in Foodstuffs, Chu Xiaogang
2:40 PMUsing Resolution to Transform High-Throughput Methods into High-Throughput Processes for Food Safety Analysis, Kevin Siek
3:00 PMOpen Discussion
3:20 PMRecess
3:35 PMHigh Throughput Sample Analysis by Using a High Resolution Bench Top Orbitrap System, James Chang
3:55 PMHigh Resolution LC-MS of Ovatoxins: A Strategy to Face an Emerging Threat to Seafood Consumers in the Mediterranean Area, Carmela Dell'Aversano
4:15 PMTechniques for Rapid Screening of Veterinary Drug Residues in Foods, Fifel Toldra
4:35 PMHigh Throughput Multi-Component and Multi-Class Quantitation of Food Residues Using LC-MS/MS, Andre Schreiber


Overview:
High throughput analysis for food safety is a new topic in the food industry. After China’s melamine incident, this topic has drawn more and more attention world wide. This session will focus on high-throughput sample preparation, method development, and instrumentation for “contaminants” in foods. The instrumentation will include qualitative and quantitative analyses by liquid chromatography with mass spectrometry (LC/MS) and other advanced instrumentation.