2024 Short Course Schedule

2024 Short Courses will be offered November 17-20, 2024, at the Crowne Plaza Conference Center in Princeton, NJ.  We will offer a variety of our courses. 

The short course program has long been an integral part of EAS and provides a valuable service to both students and professionals who seek to refine or augment their scientific development. The Short Course committee strives to offer high caliber courses that align with EAS’s mission and can include fundamental analytical techniques and principles, novel technologies and regulatory affairs.  EAS short courses are designed to help the practicing analyst develop new skills and enhance knowledge. Taught by experts, the short courses emphasize practical knowledge of a variety of important topics to help one keep current with best practices and new techniques. Whether you want to learn a new analytical technology, understand new regulations, explore an analytical field, or just brush up new concepts in your area of expertise, there is a course for you.  EAS’s short courses emphasize: A wide range of topics; interactive discussions; case studies for illustration; and practical and problem-solving tips.

Pricing for 2024 IN-PERSON Short Courses: 
Registration rates for a one-day course are $650 before Oct. 15 and $900 after Oct. 15; a two-day course is $950 before Oct. 15 and $1,300 after Oct. 15; note:  In-person short courses require a Full Conferee registration to the symposium & exposition.  Prices include breakfast, 2 coffee breaks and a buffet lunch.  Register for two courses and receive a $100 discount.

EAS will be offering short course student rates for full-time students (proof of ID required) but you must register in advance.  In-person short courses require a Full-Time Student registration to the symposium & exposition ($50).  Space is limited. Rates for a one-day course are of $100.00 per day before Oct. 15 and $425 per day after Oct. 15; two-day course are $200 before Oct. 15 and $625 after Oct. 15.

2024 List of IN-PERSON Short Courses
These courses below will be offered in-person this November 17-20 at the Crowne Plaza Conference Center; times each day are 8:30am – 5:00pm

DateCourse Names Click on course title for descriptionInstructors
Nov. 18 & 19Practical LC‐MS/MS Method Development and Sample PreparationPerry Wang, LC-MS Technical Expert
Nov. 19Getting the most from GC and GC/MSGregory Slack, Consultant
Nicholas Snow, Seton Hall University
Nov. 17Analytical Method Validation: A Quality by Design Approach (AMV:QbD)Carolyn Merkel, Mariner Analytical
Lawrence Wilson, Mariner Analytical
Nov. 17Supercritical Fluid Chromatography: A Powerful and Greener Tool for Analytical and Preparative SeparationsYingru Zhang, Lotus Separations
Mike Hicks, Merck & Co.
Nov. 18The Fundamentals of Laboratory Management – Managing PeopleScott Hanton, Lab Manager
Nov. 18Analytical Method Validation and Lifecyle Management – FDA, ICH and USP ExpectationsKim Huynh-Ba, Pharmalytik Consulting
Nov. 18Advanced Chemometrics without Equations (or Hardly Any)Neil Gallagher, Eigenvector Research
Nov. 18Chromatographic Methods of Analysis of Oligonucleotides, siRNA, sgRNA and mRNAMartin Gilar, Waters Corporation
Nov. 17 & 18HPLC and UHPLC for Practicing Scientists 1 and 2: Fundamentals, Method Development, and Troubleshooting Note: Part 1 and Part 2 can be taken as 1-day coursesMichael Dong, MWD Consulting
Nov. 20An Overview of Drug Development, Drug Quality, Regulatory, and Quality Control ProcessesMichael Dong, MWD Consulting
Nov. 17 & 18High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography a Reliable Analytical Technique in a Quality Control EnvironmentJames Kababick, Flora Research Labs
Wilmer Perera, CAMAG
Nov. 17Introduction to Quantitative Spectroscopy for Near Infrared and Raman Instrumentation Deborah Peru, DP Spectroscopy and Training, LLC
Nov. 17 & 18Interpretation of Infrared and Raman SpectraPeter Larkin, Solvay
Mary Carrabba, Rogue Spectroscopy, LLC
Nov. 17Practical NMR SpectroscopyDamodaran Achary, University of Pittsburgh
Nov. 17Applications of Portable Spectroscopy in Pharma, Forensics and Law EnforcementRichard Crocombe, Crocombe Spectroscopic Consulting
Pauline Leary, NOBLE
Nov. 17Introduction to Data Analytics for Analytical ChemistsMary Kate Donais, Anslem University
Nov. 20HPLC Operating Modes Primer – Reversed-Phase and Other OptionsMerlin Bicking, ACCTA, Inc.
Nov. 17Establish a Quality System to Maintain Data Integrity in the Pharmaceutical LabsKim Huynh-Ba, Pharmalytik Consulting
Nov. 19Collecting Infrared Spectra and Avoiding the PitfallsEllen Miseo, Miseo Consulting
Jeff D’Agostino, Specac
Nov. 17PFAS – A Wonder Chemical which became a NightmareJay Meegoda, NJ Institute of Technology
Nov. 17Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy and its Environmental ApplicationsDula Amarasiriwardena, Hampshire College
Nov. 19 & 20How to Deliver a Winning Technical PresentationDottie Li, TransPacific Communications
Nov. 19Process Analytical Technology: Out of the Lab and into the LineJim Rydzak, Specere Consulting
Nov. 17A Holistic Approach to Life Cycle Management of Nitrosamine Drug Substance Related Impurity in Pharmaceutical Products: Guidance and Case StudyPartha Mukherjee, Amicus Therapeutics
Nov. 19Analytical Target Profile: An Introduction and its Strategic Link to Quality Target Product Profile and Analytical Life Cycle Management Partha Mukherjee, Amicus Therapeutics
Nov. 20Successfully Implementing Key Elements of the USP and ICH Guidances in an Enhanced Analytical Procedure Development WorkflowRichard Verseput, S-Matrix Corp
Nov. 20Bioanalytical Method Validation by LC-MS/MSPerry Wang, LC-MS Technical Expert