Maria in Sydney

                                                                                                          Adjunct Prof. Maria Matyska-Pesek 

GRADUATE STUDENT THESES

NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

1.  Robert Dowe, “Fluorescence Studies of Metal-Protein Complexes.”

2.  John Daniels, “Investigation of the Retention Mechanism of Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases.” 

3.  John F. Schneider, “NMR and Fluorescence Studies of Metal-Chelate-Protein Interactions.”

 4.  Bruce A. Blair, “A Gas Chromatographic Method for the Determination of C8 and Heavier Molecular Weight Alkylbenzenes in Petroleum Napthas.”

 SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY 

 

5.  G. Rosser, “Fluorescence Studies of Metals Bound to Proteins” 

6.  F. Nyati, “Mechanism for the Hydrolysis reaction of Penicillamine Acetone Adduct”

7.  P. Mahabadi, “The Modified Allyl Bonded Stationary Phase in Gas Chromatography.”

8.  S. Khaligh, “Fluorescence Probing of Superoxide Dismutase Catalytic Activity.”

9.  M. Kashefi, “Determination of the Activation Parameters for the Hydrolysis Reaction of the Penicillamine Acetone Adduct.

 10. T. Fries, “Determination of the Rare-Earth Elements in Manganese Nodules.”

11. S. Rice, “Electrochemistry in a Drop.”

12. S.J. Chan, “Determination of the Chromatographic Properties of the Modified Allyl Bonded Phase in Gas Chromatography.”

13. Armando Alcaraz, “Halide Ion NMR Studies of Metal-Protein Systems.” 

14. Dorita Langone, “Urea Analysis of Fertilizers by Ion Chromatography Coupled with Coulometric Detection.”

15. Sally Swedberg, “The Allyl Bonded Phase: Synthesis and Characterization.”

16. Paul Klock, “Selective Chemical Dissolution of Sulfides: An Evaluation of Six Methods Applicable to Assaying Sulfide Bound Nickel.”

17. K. Rohrs, “Tin Plating in the Semi-Conductor Industry – Brightening Agents.”

18. S. Ronen, “The Study of Ternary Metal-Protein-Ligand Complexes by Bromine-81 Magnetic Resonance.”

19. Edward Johnson Tarver, “The Synthesis of an N-butylpyrrolidine Phase by Conversion of the Allyl Phase”.

20. George Dallas, “Flow Measuring Devices”. 

21. R. Abuelafiya, “Study of the Effects of Polystyrene Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases in Reverse Phase HPLC.”

22. H. Abpikar, “The Characterization of Metal-Protein Complexes by Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements.”

23. F. Abhanan, “Characterization of Bromine-Organomercurial-Protein Complexes by Bromine-81 NMR.”

24. W. Wey, “Synthesis of a Weak Cation Exchange Material from the Allyl Bonded Stationary Phase.” 

25. T. Cash, “Synthesis of a Chemically Bonded Liquid Crystal Stationary Phase.”

26. M. Harririfar, “Fluorescence Studies of Macrocyclic Chelating Agent Interactions with

      Metal-Protein Complexes.” 

27. S. Lindsay, “Chromatographic Speciation of Butyltin Species”.

28. Hsin-di Lin, “Chemically Modified Alumina for HPLC”. 

29. Steven Cappelloni, “Halide Ion Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Zinc Metalloenzymes Carboxypeptidase A and Alkaline Phosphatase”.

30. Mark Vidensek, “The Synthesis and Characterization of Bonded Liquid Crystal Stationary Phases for Use in High Perfomance Liquid Chromatography”.

31. Wilma Rashet, “Synthesis of a Propyldimethylphenyl Phase Using the Allyl Bonded Phase as  an Intermediate”.

32. Fariba Raisi Shabary, “Investigation of the Folding of Protamine by FTIR Spectroscopy”

 33. Yifeng Lu, “Chemically Bonded Liquid Crystals as Stationary Phases for High Performance  Liquid Chromatography.  Effects of Temperature and Mobile Phase Composition”.

34. Seema Agarwal, “Preparation of Wall-Bonded, Gel Filled Capillaries via Hydride-Modified Quartz Surfaces”.

35. Lisheng Wu, “Novel Capillary Preconditioning for HPCE”. 

36. Sharish Shah, “Chemically Bonded Liquid Crystals as Stationary Phases for High Performance Liquid Chromatography”.

37. Chao-Hau Chu,  “New Approach for the Preparation of a Hydride-Modified Substrate as an Intermediate in the Synthesis of Surface-Bonded Materials”.

38. Mary Miller, “The Effects of Temperature and Solvent Composition on the Separation of Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons on both a Liquid Crystal Stationary Phase and a Vydac 201TP C18 Stationary Phase”.

39. Gordon McCarty, “Determining the Method of Cross-Linking in Polyethylene and Blended Polymers”.

40. Maria Montes, “Chromatographic Evaluation of Alkyl-Silicas Prepare through a Hydride-Silica Intermediate”.

41. Vivian Tang, “Modification of Oxide Surfaces”. 

42. Xiaoli Liu, “Performance Evaluation of a Diol-Modified Capillary and its Hydride Precursor for the HPCE Separation of Proteins”. 

43. Tuyen Vo, “Determination of the Oxidation State of Copper and Oxygen in Ceramic Superconductors”. 

44. Valli Grandhi, “Charge Transfer-Like Stationary Phase for High Performance Liquid Chromatography”. 

45. Ruby Tam, “A New Stationary Phase for Reverse-Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography”. 

46. Zhuxu Wang, “Synthesis of Cholesterol Bonded Phases for HPLC”. 

47. Susan Tong, “Synthesis and Characterization of Adamantyl Bonded Phases for HPLC”.

48. Leena Mauskar, “Separation of Proteins and Polypeptides Using Electrochromatography”. 

49. Mira Kaczmareck, “Scanning Electron Microscopy Studies of Etched Capillaries Surfaces”.

50. Robert Mavar. “The Synthesis and Characterization of Two New Stationary Phases  for Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography”.

51. Shivanand Kamath, “Synthesis and Characterization of Chiral Stationary Phases on a Hydride Surface”.

52. Jaysri Ramakrishnan, “Synthesis and Characterization of Titania Based Stationary Phases for HPLC”.

53. Paul Christensen, “Characterization of Derivatized Silica Surfaces by 1H NMR Spectroscopy and ESCA”. 

54. Ed Pullen, “AFM Studies of Etched Chemically Modified Surfaces”.

55. Anupma Dubey, “Capillary Gel Electrophoresis:  A Tool for DNA Separation”.

56. Urmi Parkar, “Characterization of Etched Fused Silica Columns for CEC”.

57. Michelle Oliva, “Hydrosilation of Acetylene Compounds for the Preparation of a Bonded Phase in HPLC”.

58. Seema Prabhakaran, “Synthesis and Characterization of C-10 Bonded Silica Surfaces for HPLC”.

59. Sungjin Cho, “Mixed Mode CEC Separations Using 20 Micron I.D. Fused Silica Capillaries”.

60. Kris Pik Fong Fu, “Synthesis and Characterization of Chiral Stationary Phases for High Performance Liquid Chromatography”.

61. Raymond Yu, “Synthesis and Characterization of Endcapped C-18 Stationary Phases for HPLC”.

62. Chidi Obi, “Evaluation of Columns for Lipid Separation with the Evaporative Light Scattering Detector”.

63. Sheela Muley, “Synthesis and Characterization of a New Chemically Bonded Liquid Crystal Stationary Phase for HPLC”.

64. Surekha Gangakhedkar, “Synthesis and Characterization of Cation Exchange Stationary Phases on a Hydride Surface for HPLC”

65. Sharel Menzes, “Synthesis and Characterization of Etched Chiral Capillaries for Enantiomeric Resolution of Drugs by CEC” 

66. Anjali Katrekar, “Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography using Chemically Bonded Liquid Crystals”

67. Laxmi Iyer, “Evaluation of etched AMPS coated capillaries for Capillary Electrochromatography”.

68. Helen Tran, “Evaluation of etched capillaries by atomic force microscopy and physically coated capillaries for CEC”.

69. Huy Nguyen, “Synthesis of chiral stationary phases by the silanization/hydrosilation method”. 

70. Xiaofang Pan, “Evaluation of a C8 stationary phase synthesized from an alkyne on a hydride surface”. 

71. Sophie James,  “Synthesis of a C8 phase bonded with AMPS for HPLC”. 

72. Neerja Tiwary, “Biological and pharmaceutical applications of HPLC”.

73. Vandana Ramakrishnan, “Stationary phases for the resolution of enantiomers by HPLC with multiple chiral centers”.

74. Michael Su, “Synthesis of HPLC Stationary Phases on an Alumina Surface by the Silanization/ Hydrosilation Method”.

75. Vidhya Krishnamoorthi, “OTCEC Analysis of Ipratroprium Mixtures and Pegylated Proteins”.

 76. Elham Moslehi, “Electrochromatographic Studies of Select Pharmaceutical Compounds”. 

77. Radha Suryadevara, “Synthesis and Characterization of Amino-Based Columns for HPLC”. 

78. Deepika Janga, “Synthesis and Characterization of New Bonded Stationary Phases for HPLC”.

79.  Lopa Dalal, “Synthesis and Application of Steroid Bonded Stationary Phases for HPLC & “LC-MS”.

80.  Susan Larrabee, “Cholesterol Bonded Stationary Phase for HPLC:  Testing Novel Pharmaceutical Compounds”.

81.  Sunandini Velpula, “Evaluation of Bare, Etched  and Etched Chemically Modified Capillaries with Inorganic Salts”. 

82.  Keerthini Manda, “Synthesis of Affinity Chromatography Phases on a Hydride Surface”

83.  Anushka Sharma, “Evaluation of Hydride-Based Stationary Phases for Organic Normal Phase Chromatography”. 

84.  Geeta Shetty “Development of Affinity Stationary Phases Based on Attachment of an Amino Group to Silica Hydride”.

85.  Bhavani Thadshetty “Chiral Stationary Phases on Silica Hydride”

86.  Dipti Sukul “Capillary LC and CEC using Silica Hydride-Based Stationary Phases”

87   Vasudha Salgota “Capillary Electrochromatography of Metalloproteins”

88.  Paul Lee “Synthesis of a C30 Stationary Phase for Preparative Chromatography”

89.  Kavita Prajapati “Synthesis and Characterization of Fluorinated Stationary Phases on Silica Hydride”

90.  Kelsi Pertulla “Profiling Miniaturized Separation Media by Micro Infrared Spectroscopy”

91.  Michael Nshanian “OTCEC for Analysis of Small Polar Molecules using Etched Chemically Modified Capillaries”.

92. Preema Ganglahadar “The Synthesis and Characterization of Endcapped Silica Hydride Stationary Phase”.

93.  Niloofar Salehi, “Synthesis and Evaluation of Four Novel Stationary Phases in High Pressure Liquid Chromatography”.

94.  Nima Parmar, “Characterization of Hydride Based Silica and Diamond Hydride Stationary Phases”.

95.  Harshada Natekar, “Synthesis and Characterization of Silica Hydride Based Perfluorinated Stationary Phase for HPLC.

96.  Ryan Murray, “An Evaluation of the Disposition of R941000, a Tetrazolone-Telmisartan Analog in Rats:  A Case Study on the Suitability of Tetrazolone as a Carboxylic Acid Bioisostere”.

97.  Kathleen Talbott, “Evaluation of a Silica Hydride-based Diol Stationary Phase for High Pressure Liquid Chromatography Applications”.

 

 

                                       UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENTS

 

1.  Jeff Graham, B.S. 1976, Ph.D. 1980, University of Georgia.

2.  Steven Mitchell, B.S. 1978, Chemistry.

3. Gary Chapman, B.S. 1982, Chemistry.

4.  Armando Alcarez, B.S. 1982, M.S. 1984, San Jose State, employed at Lawrence

     Livermore National Laboratory.

5.  Herbert Asatani, B.S. 1983, Chemistry.

6.  Brenda Franca, B.S. 1983, Chemistry.

7.  Ron Powell, B.S. 1984, Ph.D., Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.

8.  John Dunfield, B.S. 1984, Chemistry.

9.  Irene Gutierrez, B.S. 1984, Chemistry.

10. Joel Pankow, B.S. 1984, Ph.D., 1990, Univ. of Ariz.

11. Bosco Raimerez, B.S. 1985, Chemistry.

12. Inke Nathke, B.S. 1985, Ph.D, 1990, Univ. of Calif.,San Francisco.

13. Mary Naranjo, B.S. 1986, private business.

14. Julie Novacek, B.S. 1986, employed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

15. Carol Austin, B.S. 1987, Chemistry.

16. Andrew Lange, B.S. 1987, Ph.D., 1992, University of California, Riverside.

17. Tuyen Vo, Chemistry.

18. Loren Foster, employed at Intel Corporation.

19. Susan Ferline, Completed Ph.D. program, U. of Mass.

20. Ginger King, Chemistry.

21. George Gia, Chemistry.

22. Brenda Koay, employed at Amgen Corp.

23. Carlene Odin, Chemistry.

24. Kathy Konjuh, B.S. Chemical Engineering.

25. Veril Hazari, B.S. Chemical Engineering.

26. Sudeep Takhar, B.S. Chemistry.

27. Emmanuel Mpoc, B.S. Chemistry.

28. Rosalia Tranchino, B.S. Chemical Engineering.

29. Marc Evanchic, Graduate student at UC Davis.

30.  Julie Ahn, B.S. Chemistry

31.  Catherine Chen, B.S. Chemistry

32.  Paul Marc, Chemistry

33.  Richard Seipert, Chemistry

34.  Thomas Blomquist, Chemistry

35.  Gabriela Carlon, Chemistry

36.  Adna Haliloviv, Chemistry

37.  Ilu Chiu, Chemistry

38.  Sanjay S. Shirke, Mechanical Engineering

39.  Srikant Mantha, Mechanical Engineering

40.  Deborah Behrman, Chemistry

41.  Veronica Rocha, Chemistry

42.  Rukhsana Siddiqi, Chemistry

43.  Annie Bui, Chemistry

44.  Thuy Nguyen, Chemistry

45.  Harrison Simon, Chemistry

46.  Beth Zito, Chemistry

47.  Josh Young, Chemistry

48.  Sergio Yoc, Chemistry

49.  Anil Azad, Chemistry

50.  Narghes Sardaghi, Chemistry

51.  Salvador Lopez, Chemistry

52.  Andy Dang

53.  Rosie Le

54.  Alejandra Hasbun

55.  Hong Nguyen

56.  Zahra Mehr

57.  Vy Phan

58.  Cherisa Ablao

59.  Andrea Chung

60.  Andrew Jimena

61.  Amy Kim

62.  My-Tops Ly

63.  Caesar Munera

64.  Bich Nguyen

65.  Monita Sieng

66.  Colby Tse

67.  Emily Vuong

68.  Alana Nguyen

69.  Hong Nguyen

70.  Loan Nguyen

71.  Le Tong

72.  Kavita Alejo

73.  Ahmad Badr

74.  Brandon Berioso

75.  Linda Doan

76.  Marion Gahol

77.  Hoa Hang

78.  Julius Juan

79.  Michael Lim

80.  Duy Nguyen

81.  Shital Patel

82.  Joshua Topete

83.  Clive Veerapal

84.  Nhung Nguyen

85.  Albert Jo

86.  Brent Modereger

87.  Vincent Bui

88.  Sunny Jarman

89.  Irene Lin

90.  Diona Diep

91.  Christine Doan

92.  Karla Fonseca

93.  Jesus Guido

94.  Dung Lam

95.  Charlie Ly

96.  Tina Nguyen

97.  Cuong Pham

98.  Theresa Pham

99.  Jacob Sanchez

100.  Andrew Thanh

101.  Van Vo

 PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

 Some of the more than 250 seminars, guest lectures, and presentations given since 1972:

 “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Adsorption of Salts on Dextran Gels,” Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Cleveland, Ohio, March 1972.

 “Fluorescence Spectroscopy as a Probe of Metal-Protein Interactions,” Midwest Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, Columbus, Ohio, November 1972.

 “Fluorescence Spectroscopy – A New Sensitive Probe of Metal-Protein Interactions,” Society of Western Analytical Professors Meeting, Los Angeles, January 1973.

 “Adsorption as a Method of Separation of Nonionic Solutes by Pellicular Ion Exchange Chromatography,” 165th National American Chemical Society Meeting, Dallas, Texas, April 1973.

 “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Schiff Bases,” Midwest Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 1973.

 “Investigation of the Retention Mechanism of Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases,” Midwest Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 1974.

 “Investigation of the Retention Mechanism of Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases,” Society of Western Analytical Professors Meeting, Tempe, Arizona, January 1975.

 “Investigation of the Retention Mechanism of Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases,” Ohio Valley Chromatography Conference, Hueston Woods, Ohio, June 1975.

 “Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Halide Ion Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy as Probes of Metal-Protein Interactions,” Midwest Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, Detroit, Michigan, November 1975.

 “Investigation of the Retention Mechanism for Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases,” Chromatography Symposium, First Chemical Congress of the North American Continent, Mexico City, Dec. 1975.

 “Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Halide Ion Nuclear Magnetic Resonance as Probes of Metal-Protein Interactions,” 173rd National American Chemical Society Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1977.

 “Carbon-13 Magnetic Resonance Studies of Diamagnetic Cyanide Complexes,” Society of Western Analytical Professors, Santa Barbara, Calif., Jan. 1979.

 “The Study of Metal-Protein Interactions by Fluorescence Spectroscopy,” Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Pasadena, California, October 1979.

 

“The Development of New Methods for the Determination of Water Quality at the Santa Clara Valley Water District,” California Assoc. of Chemistry Teachers, San Jose, California, Oct. 1979.

“The Study of Metal-Protein Interactions by Fluorescence Spectroscopy,” Society of Western Analytical Professors, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 1980.

 “The Allyl Bonded Stationary Phase,” Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Anaheim, Calif., Oct. 1981 and Society of Western Analytical Professors, Tempe, Jan. 1985.

 “Cyanide Exchange Kinetics for Planar Tetracyanometalate Complexes by Carbon-13 NMR,” Society of Western Analytical Professors, Riverside, California, January 1983.

 “Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Halide Ion Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Metal-Protein Interactions,” Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Pasadena, CA., Oct. 1983.

 “The Ally Bonded Phase.  An Intermediate for the Synthesis of Novel HPLC Phases,” University of the Saarland, Saarbrucken, W. Germany, November 1984; Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, March 1985; and The University of Technology, Loughborough, England, June 1985.

 “The Allyl Bonded Stationary Phase and its in situ Conversion to a Cation-Exchange Material,” 16th International Symposium on Chromatography, Paris September 1986.

 “Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements for the Study of Metal-Protein Complexes,” Society of Western Analytical Professors, Ogden, Utah, January 1987.

 “Synthesis of an N-butylpyrrolidine Phase using the Allyl Bonded Stationary Phase as an Intermediate,” HPLC ’87, Amsterdam, June 1987.

 “NMR and Fluorescence Studies of Metal-Protein Interactions”, Centre du C.N.R.S. de Thiais, Thiais, France, June 1987.

 “Synthesis of Novel Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases”, University of California, Riverside, October 1987.

 “Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements of Mercury-Protein Complexes”, 1987 Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Irvine, Calif., October 1987.

 “Synthesis of Novel Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases”, Universite d’Aix-Marseille, June 1988.

 “Characterization of Bromide-organomercurial-protein Complexes by Bromine-81 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy”, Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy, San Francisco, October 1988.

 “Some New Perspectives on the Chemical Modification of Silica” Symposium on the Modification of Oxide Surfaces, Midland, MI, June 1989.

 “The Synthesis of New Chemically Bonded Stationary Phases for HPLC Using Reduced Silica”, Pittsburgh Conference, New York, March 1990.

“Synthesis and Characterization of Hydride Modified Silica and Alumina”, Raychem Corp, Feb. 1991 and Genentech, March 1991.

 “Synthesis, Modification and Characterization of Hydride Modified Silica Surfaces”, Symposium on the Modification of Oxide Surfaces, Chadds Ford, PA, August 1991, and Applied Biosystems, July 1992.

 “The Synthesis and Characterization of Chemically Bonded Liquid Crystal Stationary Phases”, 8th Danube Symposium on Chromatography, Warsaw, September 1991.

 “Synthesis and Applications of Bonded Liquid Crystals in HPLC”, UNOCAL Research, Brea, CA, February 1992.

 “The Characterization, Modification and Uses of Hydride Silica Surfaces”, 19th International Symposium on Chromatography, Aix-en Provence, France, September 1992.

“Synthesis of Direct Silicon-Carbon Surface Linkages for HPLC Stationary Phases Using a Silica Hydride Intermediate”, Hewlett-Packard, Waldbronn, Germany, October 1992.

 “The Use of Liquid Crystal Stationary Phases in the Separation of Complex Mixtures”, Universite d’Aix-Marseille, October 1992

“Conversion of Oxide Surfaces to Hydride Surfaces”, Chemically Modified Surfaces Symposium, Blue Bell, PA, June 1993.

“The Construction of a Capillary Electrophoresis System for the Separation of Biomolecules”, CAL-BAY Ion Chromatography Users Group, Sunnyvale, CA, December 1993.

“Modified Surfaces for HPLC and HPCE, Society of Western Analytical Professors, Fresno, CA, January, 1994.

“Camille and Henry Dreyfus Scholar Program at San Jose State University”, ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA March, 1994.

“The Synthesis and Characterization of Hydride Silica Surfaces”, Univ. d’Aix-Marseille, October, 1994.

“Separation of Fullerenes with Liquid-Crystal Bonded Silica Phase in Microcolumn High Performance Liquid Chematography”, Y. Saito, H. Ohta, H. Nagashima, K. Itoh, K. Jinno, J.J. Pesek, International Symposium on Chromatography, the 35th Anniversary of the Research Group on Liquid Chromatography in Japan, Yokohama, Jan. 22-25, 1995; Publisher: World Scientific, Singapore, 243-250.

“Chemically Modified Surfaces for Electrochromatography”, HPCE ‘95, Wurzburg, Germany, February 1995

“Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Hydride-Based Materials for HPLC, HPCE and Electrochromatography”, BCEIA 95, Beijing and Dalian Chromatography Center, Dalian China, October 1995.

“Hydride-based Surface Materials for HPLC, HPCE and Electrochromatography”, HPLC ‘96, San Francisco, CA, June 1996.

“Chemical Modification and Characterization of Oxide Surfaces”, 14th European Chemistry at Interfaces Conference, Antwerp, Belgium, October 1996.

“Mixed Mode Separations in Electrochromatography” HPCE ’97, Anaheim, CA, Jan., 1997.

“Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Hydride-Based Separation Materials”,

Symposium on Chromatography and Environmental Analysis, Torun, Poland, September 1997.

“Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography”, Beijing Conference and Exhibition on Instrumental Analysis, Shanghai, China, October 1997.

“Transforming Traditional Quantitative Analysis into a Modern Course in Analytical Science”, Western Regional ACS Meeting, Irvine, CA, October 1997.

“Capillary Electrophoretic Chromatography”, Society of Western Analytical Professors, Las Cruces, NM, January 1998.

“Surface Studies of Separation Materials by Atomic Force Microscopy”, Symposium on Surface Analysis in Separation Science, San Jose, CA, February 1998.

“Surface Modifications to Support Materials for HPLC, HPCE and Electro-chromatography”, 7th International Symposium of Chemically Modified Surfaces, Evanston, IL, June 1998.

“Open Tubular CEC Using Etched, Chemically Modified Fused Silica Surfaces”, 2nd International Symposium on Capillary Electrochromatography, San Francisco, August 1998.

“An Approach to Open Tubular CEC Using Etched, Chemically Modified Fused Silica Surfaces”, 22nd International Symposium on Chromatography, Rome, September 1998.

“Study of Solute/Bonded Phase Interactions in Capillary Electrokinetic Chromatography Using Etched, Chemically Modified Fused Silica Surfaces”, HPCE’99, Palm Springs, CA, January 1999.

“Capillary Electrochromatography”, San Francisco State University, April 1999.

“Chemical Modification of Silica Surfaces using Silanization/Hydrosilation” University of Tuebingen, Germany, May 1999

“Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography”, Nicholas Copernicus Univ, Torun, Poland, May 1999.

“Etched Chemically Modified Fused Silica Capillaries as a Separation Medium in Electrokinetic Chromatography”, 21st International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography and Electrophoresis, Park City, UT, June 1999.

“Recent Advances in the Open Tubular Approach to CEC”, 3rd International Symposium on Capillary Electrochromatography, San Francisco, CA, August 1999.

“Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography”, Advanced Medicine, South San Francisco, August 1999. 

“Open Tubular CEC”, Frederick Conference on CE, Frederick, MD, October 1999.

“Capillary Electrochromatography in Open Tubes”, FACSS Meeting, Vancouver, BC, October 1999.

“The Open Tubular Format for CEC”, University of Alberta, Edmonton, November 1999.

“Open Tubular Capillary Electrokinetic Chromatography, Materials Research Society Meeting, San Francisco, April 2000.

“How to Make CEC work for Biological and Pharmaceutical Applications: The Open Tubular Approach”, 4th  International Symposium on Capillary Electrochromatography, San Francisco, CA, August 2000.

“Protein, Peptide and Drug Analysis by OTCEC”, 4th International Symposium on Capillary Electrochromatography, San Francisco, CA, August 2000. 

“Open Tubular CEC for the Analysis of Proteins, Peptides and Pharmaceutical Samples” International Chromatography Symposium, Oct. 2000 London.

“OTCEC Using Etched, Chemically Modified Capillaries For the Analysis of proteins, peptides and Pharmaceuticals’” – HPCE 2001, Boston, January 2001.

“Characterization of Open Tubular Columns for Capillary Electrochromatography” – HPCE 2001, Boston January 2001

“Open Tubular CEC Applications for Biological and Pharmaceutical Samples” – 24th International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography & Electrophoresis, May 2001, Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Characterization of Etched, Chemically Modified Capillaries for OTCEC by Temperature, Solvent Composition and Voltage Behavior of peptides” – 24th International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography & Electrophoresis, May 2001, Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Silanization/hydrosilation surface modifications for HPLC and OTCEC” – The Third International Conference Chemistry of Highly – Organized Substances and Scientific Principles of Nanotechnology, June 2001, Petergof, St. Petersburg, Russia.

“Stationary phases for HPLC and CEC synthesized by the Silanization/Hydrosilation Method”, Eastern Analytical Symposium, October 2002, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

“Proteomics by Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography”, Society of Western Analytical Professors, Riverside, CA, January 2002

“Analysis of Proteins, Peptides and Pharmaceuticals by Etched Chemically Modified Capillaries”, Japan Society of Chromatography, Toyohashi, Japan, June 2002. 

“Separation of Proteins, Peptides and Pharmaceuticals using Etched Chemically Modified Capillaries”, CE in Biotechnology, Washington, D.C., August 2002.

“Investigating Proteomics by Capillary Electrochromatography”, 8th International Symposium on Separation Sciences, Torun, Poland, September 2002.

“Separation of Proteins, Peptides and Pharmaceuticals using Etched Chemically Modified Capillaries, CE in Biotechnology”, Frederick Conference on Capillary Electrophoresis, Frederick, MD, October 2002.

“Open Tabular Capillary Electrochromatography of Synthesized Peptides with a Novel Liquid Crystal Stationary Phase”, 16th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Analysis, San Diego, CA, January 2003.

“Separation of Ipratropium Bromide and Related Substances in Pharmaceutical Formulations using OT-CEC”, 16th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Analysis, San Diego, CA, January 2003.

“Electrophoretic Analysis of Biological Samples using Etched Chemically Modified Capillaries”, 16th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Analysis, San Diego, CA, January 2003.

“Open Tabular Capillary Electrochromatography of Milk from Bovine Somatotropin (BST) Treated Cows”, 16th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Analysis, San Diego, CA, January 2003.

“Separations by Open Tubular Electrochromatography using a Novel Crystal Modified Capillary”, 16th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Analysis, San Diego, CA, January 2003.

“Overview of the Comprehensive Metropolitan University:  Challenges and Opportunities for Developing a Productive Research Program”, 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2003.  

“New capillary and planar electrophoretic approaches to proteomic analysis in one and two dimensions”, HPLC 2003, Nice, France, June 2003. 

“Capillary and Planar Electrophoretic Approaches to Proteomic Analysis in One and Two Dimensions”, Beijing Conference and Exhibition on Instrumental Analysis, Beijing, China, October 2003. 

“Using Type-C Bidentate C-18 in Aqueous Reverse Phase and Aqueous Normal Phase:  Finally a Universal HPLC Column” Pittcon 2004, Chicago, IL, March 2004

“Etched Chemically Modified Fused Silica Capillary Surfaces as Stationary Phases for CEC, 227th American Chemical Society Meeting, Anaheim, CA. March 2004. 

“One Column, Four Modes of Selectivity : Do Type C Phases Offer the Ultimate Selectivity Choice in Preparative Chromatography?, PREP 2004, Baltimore, MD, May 2004. 

“An Overview of Type C Silica: Properties and Applications”, HPLC 2004, Philadelphia, PA, June 2004.

“Capillary and Planar Electrophoretic Analysis of Proteins, Peptides and Pharmaceuticals in One and Two Dimensions”, Interact 2004, Gold Coast, Australia, July 2004.

“Properties and Applications of Hydride Based (Type C Silica) Stationary Phases”, Interact 2004, Gold Coast, Australia, July 2004. 

“The Use of Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography and LC/MS on Type C (Hydride) Based HPLC Columns”, Pittcon 2005, Orlando, Florida, February 2005.

“Analysis of Steroids and Shape Selectivity Using the Type C Silica Cholesterol Stationary Phase,” Pittcon 2005, Orlando, Florida, February 2005.

“The Use of Hydride Based HPLC Stationary Phases for LC/MS”, HPLC 2005, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2005.

“New Capillary Electrophoretic Approaches to Proteomic and Pharmaceutical Analysis”, HPLC 2005, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2005.

“Analysis of Biomolecules by HPLC and Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography with Hydride-Based Separation Materials, DICP Symposium on Separation and Detection of Biomolecules, Dalian, China, July 2005. 

“Investigations of Hydride Surfaces for Chromatographic and Electrophoretic Separation Media”, Eastern Analytical Symposium, Somerset, NJ, November 2005. 

“Applications of Stationary Phases with Three Modes of Retention: Spanning Solvent Compositions from 100% Aqueous to 100% Organic with a Single Column”, Agilent Technologies, Little Falls, DE, January 2006.

“Aqueous normal phase chromatography:  How is it different from HILIC?, Chromatography Forum of the Delaware Valley, Media, PA, January 2006.

“Retention of Polar and Nonpolar Compounds on the Same LC Column and Other Unique Capabilities of Hydride-Based Stationary Phases”, Connecticut Separation Science Council, Groton, CT, January 2006. 

“LC/MS on Hydride Based Miniaturized HPLC Columns for Fast Chromatography”, Pittcon 2006, Orlando, FL, March 2006.

“Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography on Hydride Based Stationary Phases for HPLC”, Pittcon 2006, Orlando, FL, March 2006.

“Recent Developments in HPLC Column Technology”, Bay Area Analytical Chemistry Forum, Foster City, CA, March 2006

“The Use of “Aqueous Normal Phase (ANP)” Chromatography for LC/MS on Silica-Hydride Based Bonded Stationary Phases”, American Society for Mass Spectroscopy Meeting, Seattle, WA, June 2006.

“Three Modes of Retention on the Same Stationary Phase:  Separating Polar and Nonpolar Compounds using Aqueous, Aqueous/Organic and Organic eluents”, HPLC 2006, San Francisco, CA, June 2006.

“A Unique Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic/Ion-Exchange Phase Based on a Silica Hydride Support”, HPLC 2006, San Francisco, CA, June 2006.

“Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography”, Roche LLC, Palo Alto, CA, June 2006. 

“Retention of Polar and Nonpolar Compounds on the Same LC Column and Other Unique Capabilities of Hydride-Based Stationary Phases”:

Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, July 2006

AlphaPharm Corporation, Brisbane, Australia, July 2006.

University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, July 2006. 
 “Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography:  How is it Different from HILIC?”  Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, IL, August 2006.

 “Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography”:

  1. NovoNordisk, Hayward, CA, August, 2006 
  2. West-ward Pharmaceuticals, Eatontown, NJ, Sept. 2006
  3. Phyton Biotech, Princeton, NJ, Sept. 2006 
  4. Vintage Pharmaceuticals, Hunstsville, AL, Sept. 2006. 

“How to Retain Polar and Nonpolar Compounds on the Same Column”, LCGC Teleseminar, Sept. 2006.

“Hydride Surfaces: Versatile Separation Media for Chromatographic and Electrophoretic Analyses”, Chemie in Interphasen, Lauterbad, Germany, November, 2006.

“Microfluidic Separation Devices for Biological and Pharmaceutical Analysis Based on a Modifiable, Optically Transparent and Nonadsorbent Polymeric Material”:

  1. Microscale Bioseparations, Vancouver, Canada, January, 2007.
  2. Society of Western Analytical Professors, Tucson, AZ, February 2007.

“Learning the Uses and Differences of Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography Compared to HILIC, LCGC Teleseminar, February, 2007. 

“Organic Normal Phase Chromatography using a Reversed Phase Column, Pittcon, Chicago, IL, February 2007.

“Improved Capillary Electrophoretic and CE/MS Approaches to Proteomic and Pharmaceutical Analyses”, Pittcon, Chicago, IL, February, 2007.

“”Why Silica Hydride is a Fundamentally Different Separation Material”, Horvath Symposium on Chromatography, New Haven, CT, April 2007.

“Silica Hydride Based Stationary Phases:  A New Technology for Solving Challenging Separation Problems”:

  1. Novopharm, Palo Alto, CA, February, 2007
  2. Alza Pharmaceuticals, Mountain View, CA, March, 2007.
  3. Corium Therapeutics, Mountain View, CA, March, 2007
  4. Theravance, South San Francisco, CA, March, 2007
  5. Amgen, South San Francisco, April, 2007
  6. Kalypsys Pharmaceuticals, San Diego, May, 2007 
  7. Pfizer Bioanalytical Division, San Diego, May, 2007

 “HPLC Column Technology” Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists, Sydney, Australia, July 2007. 

 

“HPLC Column Technology” Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists, Sydney, Australia, July 2007.

“Three Modes of Separation on the Same Stationary Phase: Separating Polar and Nonpolar Compounds using Aqueous, Aqueous/Organic and Organic Eluents”, CSL International, Melbourne, Australia, April, 2008.

“A New Approach to the Retention of Polar/Ionic Compounds using Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography”, Eastern Analytical Symposium, Somerset, NJ, November, 2008.

“Understanding How Aqueous Normal Phase (ANP) Chromatography and Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography (HILIC) are Different”, Eastern Analytical Symposium, Somerset, NJ, November, 2009.

“Analysis of Hydrophilic Metabolites in Physiological Fluids by HPLC” and “Single Mobile Phase Method for LC/MS-TOF Analysis OF Hydrophilic Metabolites in Positive and Negative Ion Modes”, Pittcon, March 2010, Orlando, FL.

“Analysis of Hydrophilic Metabolites in Physiological Fluids by HPLC”, Metabolomics 2010, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 2010.

“HPLC column bonding chemistries: What is inside your chromatography column and how is it made? Genentech, South San Francisco, September 2011.

“Perspectives on the Development of Silica Hydride Stationary Phases”, Plenary Lecture, MASSEP/ GBMSDG Symposium, Boston, May 2012.

”Using Selectivity to Optimize Separations with Particulate Column Packings”, HPLC 2012, Anaheim, CA (2012)

A New Approach to Bioanalysis: Aqueous Normal-Phase Chromatography with Silica Hydride Stationary Phases, ISC 2012, Torun, Poland (2012).

“Why Development of New HPLC Column Technology is Still Alive”, Keynote Lecture, 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques, Las Vegas, NV, October 2013.

“Hydride-based HPLC Stationary Phases:  A Rapidly Evolving Technology for the Development of New Bio-analytical Methods, , 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques, Las Vegas, NV, October 2013.

“New Challenges for Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography:  Clinical, Beverage, Forensic, Food and Natural Product Analysis”, Arizona State University, January 2014.

“Hydride-based HPLC Stationary Phases:  A Rapidly Evolving Technology for the Development of New Bio-analytical Methods”, University of Pacific, April 2014.

“A New Strategy for Separating Polar and Nonpolar Compounds”, Perkin-Elmer San Jose Technical Center Open House, May 2014.