Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, offers an upcoming webinar that will discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about GC and GCMS.
Dates: 20 & 21 October, 2021
Broadcast 1: 20 October at 10 am EDT / 3 pm BST /
4 pm CEST
Broadcast 2: 20 October at 11 am PDT / 1 pm CDT /
2 pm EDT
Broadcast 3: 21 October at 10 am SGT / 11 am JST / 1 pm AEDT / 3 pm NZDT
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes
(Applications Chemist for GC and MS Supplies, Agilent)
Angie is is an applications chemist for GC and MS Supplies at Agilent in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. Previously, she was an applications chemist for the MSD Solutions and Applications group with a focus on developing analysers and applications for energy, chemical and environmental markets. Angie holds a PhD in Physical Chemistry from Lehigh University and BS in Chemistry from Juniata College.
(Gas Chromatography Applications Chemist, Agilent)
Vanessa is a GC Applications Chemist at Agilent in Folsom, California, USA. Vanessa has a broad background in GC and GC/MS, including experience as an instrument chemist at Bode Technology in Virginia working under contract to the FBI’s Laboratory Division. Prior to that, Vanessa worked for ETS Labs in St. Helena, California as an Analytical Chemist where she researched and developed quantitative separations by GC/MS and UHPLC for beer, wine, and spirits. She holds a Master of Forensic Science from The George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Sonoma State University.
(Director & Senior Consultant, Anthias Consulting)
Diane Turner is Director and Senior Consultant of Anthias Consulting in Cambridgeshire, UK. A Warwick University graduate, Diane completed her masters in Analytical Chemistry and started her career in environmental chemistry, later gaining significant experience as an Applications Chemist. Diane’s area of research through her PhD studies at The Open University was disease diagnosis. She has developed methods for, and given support and training for companies in most industries around the world for more than 20 years. Diane also holds voluntary roles with The Royal Society of Chemistry and other scientific organisations.