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Symposium

February Retort Now Available

The February Retort is now available!  Check out the preliminary list of short courses, invited sessions, exhibitors and other programs being planned for Nov.  We invite you to join us Nov. 16-18, 2020 at the Crowne Plaza Conference Center in Plainsboro, NJ. Click here to download the Retort

Poster

E-Poster Presenter Guidelines

E-Poster Presentation Guidelines for the Eastern Analytical Symposium The following Guidelines have been prepared based upon the experiences of prior EAS meetings. Please pay close attention to the details below to ensure a successful presentation of your work, and a more enjoyable experience for you and your audience. EAS will be using Electronic Posters again…

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New York Microscopical Society Ernst Abbe Award

Brian J. Ford is one of the best-known microscopists. He has written many hundreds of papers and about twenty books on microscopy, and has made important discoveries in fields ranging from hematology and cell intelligence to protozoology and plant physiology. Professor Ford is also an authority on the development of the microscope. He discovered the…

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NY/NJ Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy Gold Medal Award:

Dr. Howard Mark and Dr. Jerome Workman, Jr. have been named as the winners of the 2020 New York Society for Applied Spectroscopy Gold Medal Award. Jerry Workman is currently the Senior Technical Editor for Spectroscopy and its sister publication, LCGC North America. He is also a Certified Core Adjunct Professor at National University in San Diego, CA…

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2020 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry

Susan Olesik received her A.S. from Vincennes University B.A. from DePauw University and her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, under the auspices of James W. Taylor in field of analytical mass spectrometry. She held a postdoctoral fellowship for Milos Novotny at Indiana University followed by a postdoctoral fellow for Tomas Baer at University of North…

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2020 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Vibrational Spectroscopy

John A. Reffner, Ph.D. is currently a Professor of forensic science at John Jay College, CUNY in New York, NY.  His scientific interests are focused on uniting spectroscopy with microscopy and applying novel technologies to advance materials and forensic science.  He pioneered the development of infrared micro-spectrometers, accessories and innovative applications infrared microprobe technology.  Dr….

Symposium

Keynote, Plenary and Breakfast Lectures

We are excited to announce our special lectures!  Our keynote speaker, Dr. Eric D. Green, NIH, has agreed to speak on The Human Genome Project.  Our plenary lecture will be delivered by this year’s winner of the EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry, Prof. Susan Olesik, Ohio State University.  To…

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Special Lecture Bio & Abstract

Adam Lanzarotta earned a B.S. in forensic science from Eastern Kentucky University in 2005 and a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from Miami University in 2010. He has been a member of the FDA Forensic Chemistry Center (FCC) Trace Examination Section (TES) for twelve years where he has been responsible for examining unknown, unapproved and misrepresented…

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2020 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Separation Science

Joe Foley is Professor and Graduate Advisor of Chemistry at Drexel University. He earned a B.S in Chemistry and Chemical Physics from Centre College of Kentucky and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Florida under the guidance of John Dorsey. He conducted research at National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) for 2…

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2020 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Magnetic Resonance

Arthur G. Palmer, III received a B.A. in chemistry magna cum laude in 1980 from Haverford College. There he conducted undergraduate research in the photochemistry of carbonyl carbene with Prof. Colin F. Mackay. After two years working as an analytical chemist and two years teaching high school chemistry and physics, Palmer entered graduate school, first…