Separation Science, in collaboration with
SCIEX, offers an on-demand presentation introducing new ways to reduce contamination and modify sample preparation by elevating the sensitivity of mass spectrometers to reach low, single digit ppq (pg/L) detection levels for PFAS analysis in drinking water.
Duration: Approximately 1 hour
Technical Director, Eurofins Specialty Services
Andrew brings 20 years of experience in the environmental industry with a focus on HRGS/HRMS analyses and LC-MS/MS analysis of PFAS. Before Eurofins, Andrew was the Technical Director for Vista Analytical Laboratory in Northern California where he developed all aspects of PFAS capability within the lab. Before Vista, Andrew worked in both the HRMS and LCMS laboratories at Alta Analytical, with a focus on developing fringe EPA methods (1614, 1699, 1694). Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology/Biochemistry from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Applications Lead - PFAS, SCIEX
Craig is currently the applications lead for all things PFAS at SCIEX. He has contributed to a variety of PFAS-specific applications, including EPA methods 537.1 and 533. In his 20 years of mass spectrometry experience, Craig has published 48 peer-reviewed manuscripts. Craig obtained his PhD in environmental chemistry at the University of Toronto, investigating the fate of PFAS in biological systems. He was then a post-doc at NSERC and Duke, before joining SCIEX and continuing to collaborate with industry experts.