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Student Travel Grants for CASSS Partner Meetings

 Congratulations to the following students who received CASSS Student Travel Grants.



CASSS Meetings

  CE Pharm 2017

Guinevere S.M. Kammeijer, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, Netherlands
Isomeric Separation of Positively Labeled N-glycans by CE-ESI-MS

Benjamin T. Mehl, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO USA
Enhancing Microchip Electrophoresis with Embedded Fused Silica Capillary for Cellular Analysis

Nesrine Ouadah, IBMM, Montpellier, France
Capillary Electrophoresis of Antiperspirant Ingredients: Characterization and Quantification of Aluminum Chlorohydrates Oligomer


 Mass Spec 2017

  Florian Füssl, NIBRT, Co Dublin, Ireland
A Novel Method for On-line Native MS Analysis of Monoclonal Antibody Charge Variants Applying Volatile Buffers in SCX      Chromatography

  Guinevere Kammeijer,
Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, Netherlands
Glycomic and Glycoproteomic Analysis of Biopharmaceuticals in a High Throughput and Highly Sensitive Manner

  Therese Wohlschlager, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
  Native Mass Spectrometry for the Revelation of Highly Complex Glycosylation Patterns in Biopharmaceuticals



CASSS Partner Meetings

 MSB 2017 - the Netherlands

Dimitri Brinet, Gothenburg University

 John Chin, Concordia University

 Daihyun Kim, The Biodesign Institute - Arizona State University 


"My work on Organelle fractionation for subpopulation analysis and Dynamic Constriction Insulator-Based Dielectrophoresis for Particle Manipulation was presented as an oral presentation and a poster in this vibrant small conference. It was a great opportunity to interact with scientists, engineers, and corporate researchers from various fields at the forum for the discussion of new cutting-edge research on the apex of separation, fundamental science, method, and technology developments to new applications related to human health, medicine and the environment. As a young investigator at the oral session and poster session, not only could I get various advice and application ideas on my projects by leading researchers in the micro separation field but also create an ambience and vigorous exchange between the Ph.D students. I would like to thank CASSS again for this honorable and great impact on my research career."

 Zsuzsanna Kovacs, The University of Debrecen

"I think student grants are very useful because it gives young researchers the opportunity to meet with recognized professionals. I put up ideas for my work that helped me to publish. I met other young scientists with whom I could exchange experience and have been in touch since then."  

 Leila Josefsson, Royal Institute of Technology

 Sara Tengattini, University of Pavia, Italy


 ISCC & GC x GC 2017 - Fort Worth, Texas, USA

 Flavio Antonio Franchina
, Dartmouth College

 Chadin Kulsing, Monash University


"With the travel grant and the great opportunity at the conference, I discussed with several researchers worldwide broadening my knowledge and connections. This leads to the alternative ways of thinking and new approaches which critically improve my recent work."    


 Jiayi Liu, The Ohio State University

 Paulina Piotrowski, The Pennsylvania State Universit

 Alexis Roodt, University of Pretoria

  "I would like to extend my sincerest thanks to you and everyone at CASSS for providing the travel grant that gave me the opportunity to attend the recent ISCC and GCxGC conference. The opportunity to attend lectures presented by leaders in current separation science research as well as the opportunity to interact with fellow researchers and students from around the world has had a profound effect on my current perspective and will no doubt have a lasting impact on my future career."



 HPLC 2017 - Prague


 Jelle De Vos, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

 Oksana Gorbatiuk, State Institute of Genetic and Regenerative Medicine, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics

 Giorgia La Barbera, University of Rome La Sapienza

 Elisabet Martín Tornero, University of Extremadura

 David Paul, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research  [NIPER-HYDERABAD]


Mr. David Paul (PhD Student, Supervisor:
Dr. N. Sathesh Kumar), Department of
Pharmaceutical Analysis,, National Institute
of Pharmaceutical Education and Research
(NIPER-Hyderabad) received CASSS Travel Award from Frantisek Svec (Editor in Chief of Journal of Separation Science, Wiley) 


"It was very much an honour and pleasure to receive the travel grant from  the hands of Frantisek Svec Sir and no doubt that the travel grant helped a budding bio-analyst like me to attend the HPLC-2017, Prague conference and to achieve the knowledge on advanced chromatography." 


 Liana Roca, University of Amsterdam

 Magdalena Skoczylas, Nicolaus Copernicus University









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