Advanced Method Development for HPLC/UHPLC (2 Days)
May 25 2017 - May 26 2017
Who should take this course?
If you’ve ever wished that HPLC or UHPLC method development was more logical and methodical, this is the course for you. This course is the ‘gold standard’ in LC method development courses and is for anyone who has some involvement in developing new methods, troubleshooting older methods or transferring existing methods into a routine laboratory. Attendees should have at least some LC experience in the laboratory.
What does it cover?
This two day course focuses on the fundamentals of chromatographic separation and applies them in a time-proven strategy, using the principles of QbD to enable faster development of better, more robust HPLC and UHPLC methods. This two day course includes a number of interactive workshops and discussions that encourage a thorough understanding of the topics covered. Delegates will be introduced to LC method development software and shown how it can be used to help them find the optimum separation conditions. During the course, delegates will solve a series of real-world LC method development problems using chromatographic computer modelling, demonstrating how effectively this approach to method development works. The principles used in the computer modelling examples are fully applicable and translatable to the real-world separations and separation strategies in your laboratory.
What will I get from this course?
Based on the instructor’s extensive experience in the laboratory supporting pharmaceutical and bioanalytical method development, those attending this course will gain the practical skills needed to develop better HPLC and UHPLC methods in a shorter time. The important principles of resolution will be explored in order to provide a solid platform from which delegates will be able to implement a systematic, efficient approach to developing rugged, robust reversed-phase LC methods. The techniques can be used as a stand-alone method development strategy or added to existing procedures to help streamline method development processes. On this course you will be shown how to achieve the best possible chromatography, save hours of frustration and improve your results time after time.
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Aug 21 2017 Lausanne, Switzerland
Aug 28 2017 Stockholm, Sweden
Sep 04 2017 Birmingham, UK
Sep 04 2017 Cambourne, UK
Sep 06 2017 Siofok, Hungary