Protein Analysis - Electrophoresis - Different Methods for Analysis and Evaluation of Proteins in Different Tissues and SamplesSamy Abdel Azim, Cairo University

Designing and Implementing the Electronic LaboratoryRobert McDowall, McDowall Consulting
Developing and Implementing Calibration Programs - Going PaperlessAndy Ferrell, PCI
Enantiomeric SeparationsDaniel Armstrong, University of Texas
Essentials of Modern HPLC 1: Fundamentals and ApplicationsMichael Dong, Genentech
Essentials of Modern HPLC 2 and UHPLC: Practice, Operation, Troubleshooting and Method DevelopmentMichael Dong, Genentech
Fundamentals of Particle Size Analysis with an Emphasis on Light Scattering TechniquesAlan Rawle, Malvern Instruments Inc.
How to Be a More Effective Chemical Hygiene OfficerJames Kaufman, Lab Safety Institute
Infrared Spectral Interpretation: A Strategic ApproachBrian Smith, Spectros Associates
Instrument Control FundamentalsLars Lindstrom, National Instruments
Introduction to BioseparationsThomas Wheat, Waters
Introduction to Lab Automation and Technology ManagementJoseph Liscouski, Institute for Lab Automation
Lab-on-a-Chip Devices ICastillo-León Jaime , Technical University of Denmark
Lab-on-a-Chip Devices IIWinnie Svendsen, DTU Nanotech
LC/MS: Method Development and Applications to Small MoleculesGuodong Chen, Bristol-Myers Squibb
LIMS and ELN: How to Select, Plan and Implement the Right Software Solutions for Your LaboratoryKyle McDuffie, CSols Inc
LIMS/ELN - Reaching the Promised Land - LEAN Lab Operations and the Integrated Quality SystemGeoff Turnbull, CSols, Inc.
Maintaining the Validated State of Analytical Laboratory Instrumentation in GMP/GLP EnvironmentsNicholas Jones, PCI
Measurement and Interpretation of pH in Aqueous, Partially Aqueous and Nonaqueous Solutions and Mobile Phases; Buffer Preparation for Aqueous and Partially Aqueous SolutionsBill Tindall, Analytical Science Solutions
Quality Assurance in Real-time PCRMikael Kubista, TATAA Biocenter
Real-Time PCRMikael Kubista, TATAA Biocenter
Sampling for Particle Size AnalysisAlan Rawle, Malvern Instruments Inc.
Size by Dynamic Light Scattering and Zeta Potential CharacterizationAna Morfesis, Malvern Instruments
Solid-State Light Sources: How to Utilize the Benefits of Light Emitting Diodes and Laser Diodes as the Light Sources of the 21st Century Mirek Macka, University of Tasmania
Techniques for the Handling of Biological Samples IJaime Castillo, Technical University of Denmark

Accessing Extracellular FluidStephen G Weber, University of Pittsburgh
Analyzing Chemical Markers of Brain Injury and Disease: Clinical HorizonsAdrian C Michael, University of Pittsburgh
Carbon Nanotubes in ElectrochemistryB Jill Venton, University of Virginia
Electrochemical Imaging in Neurochemistry with Microelectrodes and NanoelectrodesBo Zhang, University of Washington
Extreme Electrochemistry - Electrochemistry in Microstructures and NanostructuresPaul Bohn, University of Notre Dame
Hyphenated Techniques for Peptidomics: Bridging the Gap Between Proteomics and Metabolomics by Mass SpectrometryLingjun Li, University of Wisconsin
New Advances in Electrochemical Neurotransmitter DetectionR Mark Wightman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Real-time Clinical Analysis - New Tools for Clinical MeasurementMartyn G Boutelle, Imperial College London
Ultrasensitive Measurements of Exocytosis from Unique Cell SystemsAndrew G Ewing, Chalmers University and University of Gothenburg
Analysis of Neurochemical Systems ILara P Autry, US Environmental Protection Agency
Analysis of Neurochemical Systems IIMichael Johnson, University of Kansas
Bioanalytical Capillary SeparationsParastoo Hashemi, Wayne State University
ElectrochemistryTimothy Strein, Bucknell University
Electrochemistry for Biological ApplicationsMark T Stauffer, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
Electrochemistry InorganicYinfa Ma, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Electrochemistry Methodology IElizabeth Bucher, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Electrochemistry Methodology IILeonid Moroz, University of Florida
Organized Contributed Session
Ionophore-based Chemical Sensors IPhilippe Buhlmann, University of Minnesota
Ionophore-based Chemical Sensors IIPhilippe Buhlmann, University of Minnesota
Bioanalytical - Capillary Electrophoresis
Capillary Electrophoresis
Electrochemistry I
Electrochemistry II
Electrochemistry III
Electrochemistry IV
Ionophore-based Chemical Sensors