Trainers at this event will include the following (depending on attendee numbers):
Principal of Shimadzu’s Centre of Excellence in Liquid Chromatography where he is responsible for inspiring and training young chromatographers for the future.
Through his strong pharmaceutical industry background built on his research and professional activities and early career, John Lough’s work at the University of Sunderland has been characterised by activities that enhance student employability. He was very closely associated with the University’s highly regarded, pioneering BSc Chemical and Pharmaceutical Science programme.
Paul Ferguson is a separation science specialist at AstraZeneca in the UK and leads the separation science strategy for the Product Development department working on both small and medium size (small peptides and oligonucleotides) novel therapies.
Tony Edge is an R&D Manager at Agilent Technologies, heading a team of specialist scientist in developing next generation stationary phases for HPLC.
Tony Taylor has worked in Pharmaceutical and Industrial Chemical labs with a wide variety of chromatography techniques, matrices and problems. He is currently the Technical Director at Crawford Scientific, a Chromatography Columns, Consumables and Se