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Student Travel Grants

Student Travel Grants for CASSS Partner Meetings

CASSS Meetings

CASSS Partner Meetings


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


CASSS Meetings | Partner Meetings

CE Pharm 2019

Cassandra Crihfield, West Virginia University
Separations of Cationic and Anionic Proteins Using Capillary Electrophoresis

"The CE Pharm travel grant afforded me the opportunity to present my research to the largest audience I've had to date.  As a result, I made several networking connections and have been offered interviewing opportunity directly online with my career plans.  The conference was an incredibly valuable experience for my career development."


Kelci Schilly, University of Kansas
Microchip Electrophoresis with Dual Electrode Amperometric Detection of the Selective Study of Tyrosine Nitration

"CE Pharm provided me with a wonderful overview of all the ways CE is being used in the pharmaceutical industry. I was able to learn about the differences in the challenges CE users face in industry vs academia and gain a perspective on where the field will be heading during my career. It was also an incredible opportunity to network with dozens of industry professionals, build connections with people in the field, and ask them all of my questions - this will be highly beneficial to me as I transition from graduate school into industry. I am very grateful to CASSS for the opportunity to attend and speak at CE Pharm 2019 and I would recommend this conference to anyone interested in pursuing a career in the pharmaceutical industry!" 


Rebecca Weisner, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
CE-SDS vs. SDS-PAGE – A Comparative Study of Molecular Mass Determination Methods


Sarah Wright, University of Notre Dame
Bioanalytical System for the Separation and Collection of Intact Spermatozoa

"CE Pharm 2019 provided an engaging forum for stimulating intellectual discourse and meaningful networking opportunities. As a student presenter, I was able to interact with professionals in industry, and landed an interview as a direct outcome of my participation in this meeting. Thank you, CASSS, for the opportunity to attend, and for investing in my future as an emerging scientist."

Lingxiao (Bruce) Yan, Carnegie Mellon University
Michelle-tagging Electrophoresis: Rapid, Gel-free Detection of DNA for In-process Control and Product Release Applications


"CE Pharm 2019 provided me an insightful peek into the pharmaceutical industry with its excellent technical program. I had a great experience as a student speaker due to CE Pharm’s welcoming community. I was able to chat and network with many industry professionals, and build meaningful connections as I transition from academia to industry. I am thankful to the CASSS committee for the opportunity to attend, present and learn at CE Pharm 2019."

Mass Spec 2019

Lauren BarnesIndiana University
Analysis of Mucin Proteins by Charge Detection Mass Spectrometry


"I'm so grateful to the CASSS committee for providing me the opportunity to present at the Mass Spec 2019 conference. I was able to network with extraordinary scientists, learn about new innovations and research taking place in an industrial setting, as well as get helpful tips for my own graduate level research. I would recommend any young scientists attend, especially if there is an interest in the biotech industry."


Katherine Buxton, University of Wisconsin
Global Analysis of Human Proteoforms through Integration of Intact-Mass, Top-Down, and Bottom-Up Proteomics Data


"The CASSS Mass Spec 2019 meeting was a fantastic venue to learn about how mass spec is being applied to answer questions in the biopharma industry and to meet and interact with experienced industrial scientists.  The perspectives I gained from this meeting helped me to better understand the focuses and challenges of this industry, and I think this will be beneficial to me as I make the transition from academia to a career in industry.  I am so grateful to the CASSS committee for providing the opportunity to present my work at this meeting, and I would recommend this meeting to other students who are interested in a career in the biopharma industry."

Qiongyu Li, University of California, Davis
Method for Characterizing Cell Surfaces Sialic Acid Binding Proteins for Therapeutics

"I am really grateful to the CASSS committee for giving me the opportunity to attend the Mass Spec 2019 in Chicago. I got to see how novel mass spec methods are applied to different biopharma areas. It was also a great opportunity to network with a lot of excellent and experienced scientists in the biopharma industry. Presenting at the conference was a great experience and it provided me the chance to see how I might be able to get the transition from academia to industry. I really appreciate it and would recommend other graduate students who are interested in positions in the biopharma industry the CASSS Mass Spec 2019 conference."

Roger Liu, Washington University in St. Louis
A Single Approach (LITPOMS) Reveals Composite Conformational Changes, Order of Binding, and Affinities for Protein Binding

"CASSS Mass Spec meeting is truly a unique experience for any graduate student or post-doctoral researchers, as it offers a great opportunity to meet outstanding scientists from Biopharma industry. The meeting not only offers a venue for us to interact and network with industrial experts, but also allow us to examine our work from the industrial perspective. Such thoughts and ideas are truly inspiring and hard to obtain from other academic-orientated meetings. All in all, it has been my great pleasure to present my work in CASSS Mass Spec 2019 and I would like to express my gratitude not only to their support, but also to the organization committee for putting together a phenomenal program. I would like to recommend CASSS Mass Spec meeting to any of my colleagues!"


Yang YangUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst
Ionic Charge Manipulation Using Solution and Gas-phase Chemistry to Facilitate Analysis of Highly Heterogeneous Proteins by ESI-MS

"I would like to thank CASSS so much for giving me this opportunity to present a research talk and poster at the 16th Mass spec meeting! This was my first time attending the industrial conference and I’m excited to know the practical and newest techniques in biopharmaceutical industries at this stage. I am grateful for this opportunity to let me get in touch with young scientists and experts to learn different aspects of MS and exchange knowledge. Seminar sessions and roundtable discussions helped me better understand the correlation and difference between the academic and industrial fields. I would highly recommend it to my group members and other young MS scientists. Thanks to CASSS again for giving me this chance and student travel grant!"

Cell & Gene Therapy Products 2019 

Adam Grabarek, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands
Detection and quantification of particulate impurities in cell-based medicinal products by using fluid imaging microscopy and deep learning for image analysis


"Thanks to CASSS I had the unique opportunity to attend the 2nd meeting on Cell and Gene Therapy Products in Bethesda, USA. The meeting was of exceptionally high quality with top class speakers and industry experts, which gave me the chance to learn about the most significant advancements in the field. Having discussions and exchanging ideas with fellow scientists led to introducing new ideas into my project on cell based therapy products, which will certainly benefit the research conducted in our labs. Finally, the meeting provided unique networking opportunities and I am grateful to CASSS for their support and would recommend to all other researchers to apply for the travel grant."


Yazmin Rovira Gonzalez, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

"I am truly grateful to the CASSS committee for providing me the opportunity to partake in the 2nd annual meeting of Cell and Gene Therapy Products (CGTP): Manufacturing, Quality and Regulatory Considerations. I was able to network with regulators and industry professionals from across the world during the multiple networking breaks that were incorporated in the conference’s program. The panel discussions at the end of every session allowed for open dialogues between regulators and companies on complex topics regarding AAV gene therapy products and ways to analyze variance in autologous cell therapy process development. The positive experiences and valuable interactions I had were only possible thanks to this award so I encourage young scientists to submit a CASSS student travel grant application."

AT Europe 2019 

Tomislav Čaval, Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands
Direct Quality Control of Glycoengineered Erythropoietin Variants

"I am grateful to the CASSS committee for giving me an opportunity to participate in my first biopharma industry oriented symposium. It was an incredibly enriching experience with amazing organization and networking opportunities.  I strongly recommend it to all young scientist interested in biopharma."

Christoph Gstöttner, Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands
MALDI-(in-source decay)-FT-ICR MS for the fast characterization of new therapeutic antibodies

Dániel Sárközy, Horvath Csaba Laboratory of Bioseparation Sciences, Hungary
Cyclodextrin Mediated Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Removal for Capillary Electrophoresis Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Biopharmaceuticals

"As an AT Europe 2019 Student Travel Grantee, I was able to gain irreplaceable experience required for my future career in science. After attending the symposium, I came home with practical analytical ideas and I am honored that I had the opportunity to personally meet with the prominent members of the field."

WCBP 2018

John de la Parra, Northeastern University
Building an Accessible Safety Net for the Global Diabetes Crisis: Analytical Rigor Meets Indigenous Ethnobotanical
Treatments for Prediabetes

"Presenting my work at WCBP was a truly special opportunity to get feedback from regulators and industry professionals. I had great conversations with a wide cross-section of scientists from around the world. I could see that my research was quite different from the majority of other presenters, yet I was welcomed warmly and heartily encouraged by all my interactions with CASSS members and administrators. Just as impactfulwere the numerous side meetings I organized with members around DC and at the FDA. Those meetings hinged on the participation of WCBP's unique collection of attendees. The generosity of this grant made all these valuable interactions possible and for that, I am very grateful!"

-John de la Parra

Donovan Guttieres, Center for Biomedical Innovation, MIT
Economic Models for the Manufacturing and Supply of Biologics: Evaluating Innovations Towards Global Access

AT Europe 2018

Matthias Stein, TU Braunschweig
Evaluation of the Most Important Parameters of the Experimental Design in Ligand Binding Assays

"I would like to thank the CASSS committee for giving me the opportunity to participate at the AT Europe 2018 meeting in Barcelona. The well-organized conference offered a nice atmosphere for both presenting my recent work and interacting with interesting scientists. The roundtable discussions especially turned out to be a great tool for networking. I would like to conclude that I feel honored about being selected for this grant and recommend all the other young scientists to apply as well."

-Matthias Stein

Martin Pattky, HES-SO Valais Wallis
Quantification of Endotoxins in Protein Samples

"AT Europe 2018 in Barcelona will always remain a unique and extremely positive experience for me. The scientific program was a really well rounded combination of seminars, oral presentations, round table discussions, and poster sessions. At the same time, even though the program was very tight, there were enough opportunities to regain energy between the different sessions. I was really impressed and positively surprised by the very open and constructive discussions which were held at the end of each session and provided further insight on various important analytical subjects with high relevance for the pharmaceutical industry. The overall atmosphere was very open minded and allowed exchange with various experts from universities, companies and regulators. I am grateful for the opportunity to benefit from the input of other conference participants and to present my current research projects during the poster session. Furthermore, I want to express my gratitude to CASSS for the generous travel grant and to all CASSS members for their friendly support during the last month and especially during the conference."

-Martin Pattky

Jennifer Roemer, Aalen University
CE(SDS)-CZE-MS for the Analysis of Monoclonal Antibodies

 HOS 2018

    Swati Bandi, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus



 Samantha Stadmiller, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                                                                                

    Alexander YarawskyUniversity of Cincinnati College of Medicine

 "The Higher Order Structure conference was a unique experience for me. Having a project centered around protein assembly meant that many of the techniques presented were extremely relevant to my interests. There were many presenters from industry, which provided insight into the type of work involved in pharmaceutical endeavors. Lastly, the roundtable discussions and CASSS Connection program were extremely valuable in terms of exposure to the types of thinking that are useful in an industry setting, as well as offering great networking opportunities."
                                                                                                                                                                         -Alexander Yarawsky


 Mengru Zhang, Washington University in St. Louis                                                                                                      


  CE Pharm 2018

Ashraf Ali,
Inha University, Incheon, South Korea
Separation of Protein and Peptides using Styrene/Nphenylacrylamide Porous Layer Immobilized Open Tubular Capillary Column 

Natalie Arvin, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI USA
Microfluidic Western Blotting with Improved Throughput and Sensitivity


 "Thank you again to CASSS for the opportunity to attend and present at CE Pharm. I enjoyed the industry perspective of the conference and met many wonderful scientitest. I hope to see many of them throughput my career where I intend to continue utilizing CE to impact the biotech and pharamceucltical inudstries."

                                                                                                                                             -Natalie Arvin

Julia Kahle, Technical University Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany
Size-based and Charge-based Separations for Biopharmaceutical Analysis – Comparative Performance Studies with Various Electrophoretic and Chromatographic Techniques


 "I am very grateful for receiving the student travel grant. Since CE is the main focus of my research, the CE Pham 2018 represented an excellent opportunity for scientific exchange.
Especially the open atmosphere and the roundtable discussions are specific benefits of CASSS conferences. This community of industry, regulatory and academic experts working towards common goals is unique and it has been great to be a part of it."

                                                                                                                                           -Julia Kahle

Taehong Kwon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA USA
A Nanofluidic Device for Continuous Online Monitoring of Antibody Quality in Continuous Biomanufacturing


"CE Pharm 2018 is the first time I presented my work. I would like to thank CASSS for giving me this great opportunity to meet industry experts and scientists in the capillary electrophoresis field. I was happy to share my research findings with the CE community and gain valuable insights to improve my experimental approaches. Feedback from prominent leaders and presenters in the program were helpful for my research and career."


                                                                                                                                                -Taehong Kwon

Sarah Lum, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN USA
Battling the Backlog: Novel CZE System for Forensic Separations



"CE Pharm 2018 offered a great technical program and excellent networking opportunities for emerging scientists in the field. I found the roundtable discussions particularly engaging and enjoyed dialogue with experts from a variety of backgrounds discussing strategies for improving CE techniques for diverse applications. I'm very grateful to the program organizers for an enriching experience and for CASSS support to attend this meeting!" 


                                                                                                                                               -Sarah Lum



 Mass Spec 2018

   Annika Doell, University Duisburg-Essen, German
in-vivo Characterization of Antibodies Using a Nano-HPLC –MS/MS Approach

Yue (Martin) Hu, University of Kansas, USA
Reversible Self-association (RSA): A Stumbling Block for Developing High Concentration IgG1 mAb Formulations


CASSS Partner Meetings

HPLC Japan 2019

Chau HuynhUmeå  University, Sweden

"I would like to thank CASSS for supporting my travel to the symposium, HPLC2019-Kyoto. I had the honor to present my latest work on molecularly imprinted polymers on capillary monolithic columns for proteomics techniques and cancer prognosis at the 49th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques in Kyoto. By attending the symposium, I had the opportunity to discuss and learn about top-tier technologies as well as ideas with the leaders in the field, especially, my idols, Prof. Frantisek Svec, and Prof. Nobuo Tanaka. These discussions have already improved my vision on the research filed, and connected for research collaborations."


Jilei PangNanjing University, China


"I would like to thank the CASSS committee for giving me this travel grant and supporting me to participate in this international academic conference, which was an exciting experience. This is the first time for me to attend an international academic conference, and the first time to do an oral presentation about my work in English at this conference, all of which are of great significance to me.

It’s the first time for me to come to Japan and listened to the presentations of excellent scientists in the famous Kyoto university. I had learned about the cutting-edge applications of HPLC, MS and Microfluidic chips in biology, medicine, and the environment. I had got some inspiration following these exciting research work.

I had an opportunity for an oral presentation at "Thermo Scientific Cafe" which sponsored by Thermo Fisher at HPLC2019 Kyoto, where 10 young researchers present their work as a short oral followed by discussion. It’s the first time for me to do an oral presentation at this Scientific Cafe. I think it’s an ideal platform for me to introduce my research work to the scientific community."


Linnan LiShanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China


"There is no doubt that the days of participating in HPLC2019 in Kyoto, Japan are an important moment for my academic meetings this year. In this important conference, I was very fortunate to hear the wonderful reports from experts and scholars in the field of chromatography and mass spectrometry including Prof. Jonathan Sweedler, Takehiko Kitamori, Yoshinobu Baba, Guowang Xu, etc. I have benefited from those cutting-edge technologies such as single-cell analysis, functional chromatography materials, microfluidic chips and their applications in the fields of omics analysis, pharmaceutical analysis, and industrial applications. At the same time, the red leaves and beautiful scenery of Kyoto in late autumn also left me precious memories. This valuable experience is inseparable from the travel award and support of CASSS, please allow me to express my most sincere thanks. I hope to have the opportunity to participate in more academic activities in the future."


Wanwan Ma, Inha University, Korea 

"I am very grateful to CASSS for supplying me the opportunity to attend HPLC2019 Kyoto which is a wonderful Symposium not only offered me the opportunity to understand the development and future of separation techniques but also supplied me with the chance to meet and make connections with lots of excellent professionals from all over the world in separation filed. And with the help of this opportunity given by CASSS committee, my horizons and knowledge are widened, and I made a clearer definition of the future research direction before my last years of Ph.D. course. Thanks again to CASSS!"

ISCC & GCxGC 2019 - Fort Worth, TX

Trenton Davis, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Changes in the volatile metabolomes of Pseudomonas aeruginosa during chronic cystic fibrosis lung infections

“I would again like to thank CASSS for the opportunity to attend ISCC-GCxGC.  Over the course of the week, I gained valuable knowledge in the field of comprehensive GCxGC not only related to my research, but beyond.  Perhaps most importantly, as a doctoral student, attending this conference allowed me to forge connections with others in this close-knit field, many of which will undoubtedly lead to fruitful collaborations.  I certainly look forward to attending future ISCC-GCxGC conferences.”

Sarah Prebihalo, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Impact of GCxGC-TOFMS Experimental Design on Data Structure Trilinearity for Optimal PARAFAC Performance


"This year I was given the opportunity to attend and present my research at the International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC) and the GCxGC Symposium in Fort Worth, Texas USA. As I enter the final year of my PhD work, the networking and interactions with other conference attendees as well as leaders in the field proved to be extremely valuable. I was able to practice scientific communication, hear about exciting innovations, and gain connections that will help me be successful in the future. I would like to thank CASSS for granting me a student travel award, which helped make this experience possible."


Delphine Zanella, University of Liege, Belgium
In vitro characterization of lung inflammation mechanisms


"Thanks to the CASSS committee, I had the special opportunity to present my work at the ISCC and GC×GC symposium 2019 in Texas. This conference gather together highly recognized scientists in the separation science field as well as industry members who gave me valuable feedback about my ongoing research. The numerous discussions will enable to significantly improve and further develop my research projects. I am really honored of being selected for the CASSS travel award and I feel so grateful that my PhD work has been recognized."

Xiaomei Zhou, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
In-Depth Characterization of Sialylated N-Glycans by Capillary Electrophoresis-Tandem Mass Spectrometry


"I would like to thank CASSS for supporting me to attend the ISCC conference. With the travel award from CASSS, I was able to attend the conference and present my research to scientists in related fields, as well as to exchange ideas with other scientists and learn various aspects in techniques of liquid chromatography. I am very grateful that I had this opportunity to attend this conference, for it was closely related to the field of my own research and had many pioneers of the field presenting their latest research progress."

MSB 2019 - Corvalis

Paridhi AgrawalUniversity of Minnesota, Twin Cities
DNA sample preparation for long-read genomics using microfluidics


"I am very grateful to CASSS for the student travel grant which supported my attendance at the MSB 2019 conference. I had a wonderful experience attending a conference for the first time and presenting my work to a very relevant audience. The small group size and strong emphasis on scientific discussions provided a great learning and networking opportunity. Excellent plenary speakers, recently commercialized technologies and a large fraction of young scientist presentations were the key highlights for me. Without CASSS, it would not have been possible for me to utilize this opportunity."

Weijia LengFlorida State University   
Improving microfluidic-based separation systems for monitoring cellular secretions


"I would like to thank CASSS very much for helping me attend MSB 2019. I have been working on microscale electrophoretic separation during my graduate school research. MSB provides a dynamic discussion environment for me to discuss with scientists who are doing inspiring work all over the world! I really enjoyed this conference and the atmosphere it created for discussing and networking. I am grateful for the opportunities the travel grant provided me!"


Soraia Vasconcelos de FreitasFederal University of Goias
Development of microfluidic paper-based devices for colorimetric detection of analytes related to periodontal diseases in saliva samples


"Going to MSB 2019 was one of the best experiences I've ever had. Everything that was presented at the conference was of great value for my professional growth. The knowledge exchange was intense during all the conference and having the opportunity to meet experts of the field was incredible. I would like to thank the entire CASSS team for their opportunity and support."

Manjula WijesingheUniversity of Kansas
Experimental and theoretical development of bipolar electrochemistry-fluorescence-based detection system for microchip electrophoresis



"I have presented my work as a pitch talk and as a poster to an audience particularly in the field of microfluidics. I have received a great feedback from conference participants and that encouraged me to develop my work further. Also, I was able to learn exciting technological developments the microscale separations and bioanalysis."

ISC  2018 - Cannes-Mandelieu France


Laura Akbal, University of Geneva


 Kateřina Plachká, Charles University

ITP 2018 - Kyoto, Japan


Taiga Ajiri, Hokkaido University



 ISSS 2018 - Jasná, Slovakia

Magdalena Buszewska-Forajta, Medical University of Gdańsk

Sunkyung Jeong, Seoul National University                                                                                                    


Ivona Lhotská , Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové

HPLC 2018 - Washington, D.C.


Xiamuxiding Adelijiang, Umeå University                                                                                                       

Bonnie Huge, University of Notre Dame                                                                                                        


Anne Trappe, Dublin City University                                                                                                                


 ISCC & GC x GC 2018 - Riva del Garda, Italy



Martina Hakova, Charles University                                                                                                                           



Nirved Upadhyay, University of Tasmania                                                                                                       


 MSB 2018 -Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

   Coralie Ruel, Institut Galien Paris-Sud, University Paris-Saclay

   "I would like to thank the CASSS organization for the generous grant which allowed me to attend the MSB 2018 symposium. Presenting my work there was a great opportunity as it allowed me to interact with experienced researchers, to have interesting scientific discussions and establish new relationships with international groups specialized in analytical science." 

                                                                                                                                             -Coralie Ruel



 Víctor González Ruiz, University of Geneva                                                                                                                    


  HPLC 2017 - Jeju

 Hui He, Nanjing University

 Tsuyoshi Iwaba, Kyoto University

 Feng Li, University of Tasmania

 Karuna Nagula, Institute of Chemical Technology UDCT Mumbai

 Aprilia Nur Tasfiyati, Monash University


 MSB 2017 - the Netherlands

Dimitri BrinetGothenburg University

 John Chin, Concordia University


"I thoroughly enjoyed attending the 33rd International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis (MSB) and am grateful to CASSS for supporting my travel to the conference. It was an invaluable experience that helped reshape my perspective on how science is practiced at the international level. The technical innovations discussed, multi-disciplinary projects presented and advice on fruitful collaborations that I received gave me a lot of insight into what's possible and how projects scale. I believe this will help me as my career progresses to working on larger teams and projects." 

                                                                                                                              -John Chin


 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."

                                                                                                                                                                         -Daihyun Kim

 Zsuzsanna KovacsThe 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." 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        -Zsuzsanna Kovac


 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


"Being at the  ISCC & GC x GC conference gave me the possibility to present my recent research on breath analysis using comprehensive 2D GC in front of an enthusiastic audience, as well as the chance to receive important insights to improve and further develop my research projects. Not to mention the inspiration and ideas coming from lots of enlightening talks during that week. Moreover, it was the right place to feed and create new collaborations, and refine analytical approaches by sharing thoughts with the large variety of scientists present at the conference."

                                                                                                               -Flavio Antonio Franchina

 Chadin KulsingMonash 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."  

                                                                                                                                                                           -Chadin Kulsing

 Jiayi LiuThe Ohio State University


"The student travel grant provided the opportunity to share my research work, network with professionals, and learn advanced techniques at the ISCC&GCxGC conference. The experience was very helpful for my future research studies at the Ohio State University."

                                                                                                                       -Jiayi Liu

 Paulina PiotrowskiThe Pennsylvania State University


"Attending the International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC) and GCxGC symposium this year was an exciting opportunity for my professional growth.  I was able to network with other separation scientists and share my work within this community. I gained valuable connections to scientists working in similar research areas and those using similar instrumentation. Presenting my research helped to develop my communication abilities, a skill that I feel is essential to future success in the field of analytical chemistry. The opportunity to share the work I have done and meet with leaders in the field was an excellent platform to establish myself and gain new insight into possible research interests. Attending this conference would not have been possible without the support from the CASSS travel scholarship."

                                                                                                                                            -Paulina Piotrowski


 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."

                                                                                                                                                                  -Alexis Roodt



 HPLC 2017 - Prague


 Jelle De VosVrije Universiteit Brussel


"I had the honor to present my latest work on microfluidic technology for LC at the 45th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques in Prague last June. For my postdoc project, I am establishing innovative technology to advance multidimensional separations. I developed a novel multilayered rotor to enhance modulation in LC×LC. Furthermore, I am developing a novel device to perform spatial three-dimensional liquid chromatography. By attending the symposium, I had the opportunity to discuss cutting-edge technology with the leaders in the field. These discussions have already improved my scope on the research at hand, and resulted in new research collaborations."
                                                                                                                         -Jelle De Vos

 Oksana GorbatiukState Institute of Genetic and Regenerative Medicine, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics


"My current research project is concentrated on expression and purification of recombinant proteins with potential therapeutic applications. That is why, I especially appreciate the wide range of chromatographic sections offered at the HPLC 2017 conference in Prague. Experience obtained at the conference is very helpful for my growing as a scientist. The CASSS travel grant gave an excellent opportunity to become one of the participants of HPLC 2017 conference in Prague."

                                                                                                                                           -Oksana Gorbatiuk


 Giorgia La BarberaUniversity of Rome La Sapienza

 "I am a PhD student in chemistry at the University of Rome La Sapienza. I want to thank CASSS for giving me the opportunity of participating to HPLC 2017. It was the first time I presented my work in an international conference! I felt really lucky to share my work and experiences with the best scientists in the field."

                                                                                                                                                                         -Giorgia La Barbera

 Elisabet Martín Tornero, University of Extremadura

 David PaulNational 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."

                                                                                                                   -David Paul

 Liana RocaUniversity of Amsterdam

 Magdalena SkoczylasNicolaus Copernicus University

"The participation in the 45th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques significantly influenced the further step of my research. Lectures with very broad subject matter, full of new concepts and idea, as well as the meetings with the authorities of separation techniques give me new insights into my research work. An additional advantage was the establishment of new acquaintances with young scientists from all over the world. Overall, this grant provided me the opportunity to improve my scientific qualifications and quality of my research." 
                                                                                                                                                                               -Magdalena Skoczylas











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