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PerkinElmer - 2012 Nanotechnology and Engineered Nanomaterials Symposium
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Join PerkinElmer and our distinguished guest speakers for an informative day covering the newest advancements in Nanotechnology.
The 2012 Nanotechnology and Engineered Nanomaterials Symposium will be held at the University of Maryland Baltimore County in Baltimore, MD on June 26, 2012.
- Bringing Exposure Science to the Fab: Innovative Approaches to Occupational Health and Exposure Assessment for 21st Century Nanoelectronics Workforce
Sara Brenner, MD, MPH, Assistant Vice President for NanoHealth Initiatives; Assistant Professor of Nanobioscience, University at Albany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
- Single Particle- ICP-MS a Screen Method for Metal Containing Nanoparticles in Water
Chady Stephan, Ph.D., Senior Field Staff, Product Specialist, PerkinElmer ASLS
- Nanoparticle Analysis by Inductively Couple Plasma Mass Spectrometry NexION 300
Jim Ranville, Ph.D., Associate Professor Colorado School of Mines, Department of Chemistry and Geochemistry
- Physicochemical Characterization of Nanoparticles: Detailed Characterization Issues and Lessons Learned
Jeffrey D. Clogston Ph.D., Scientist, Nanotechnology Characterization Labs at National Cancer Institue-Frederick
Lunch and Technical Demonstrations
Lunch to be provided
- LC-MS Characterization of Nanoparticles Prior to Biological Studies
Joshua A. Wilhide, Mass Spectrometry Facility Manager and William R. LaCourse Ph.D., Dean of CNMS, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Studying Silver Nanoparticle Transformations in Surface Water with Single Particle - ICPMS
Ed Heithmar, Ph.D., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Exposure Research Laboratory
- Sample Introduction Techniques for GCMS Analysis of Polymer Coated Nanoparticles
Co-Author Ronald Snelling Ph.D., Senior Field Staff, Product Specialist, PerkinElmer ASLS; Co-Author Jeffrey D. Clogston Ph.D., Scientist, Nanotechnology Characterization Labs at National Cancer Institute- Frederick
- New X-ray CT Targeted Nanoprobes for Monitoring of Cardiovascular Disease
Marie-Christine Daniel Ph.D., Assistant Professor, UMBC, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Your $35 registration fee includes:
- Hands- On with both instruments and accessories
- PerkinElmer experts availble to provide solutions
- Complete Nano Primer
- Continental Breakfast and Lunch
In addition, PerkinElmer is donating proceeds from the event to the "Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF)." The CBF is dedicated to saving the bay and keeping it saved. The foundation's vision is for the Chesapeake Bay and its tributary rivers will be highly productive and in good health as measured by established water quality standards. Learn More at www.cbf.org