EYP 2006,
Staverton Park in Daventry, Midlands
12-14 May 2006

Poisons, Pills and Potions

A concoction of speakers, seminars and technique workshops to stimulate your Continuing Professional Development and teach you a few new tricks.

Your chance to network with other Emerging Young Professionals, enhance your subject knowledge and learn more about developments in your chosen analytical field.

Date: 12-14 May 2006
Location: Staverton Park in Daventry, Midlands
Application and Fees: Flat fee of 175.00 Please note that this fee includes all your accommodation and meals.
For Further Information: Please contact Michele Sahrle.

 

Friday, 12 May 2005
16:00-17:30 Registration
19:00-19:30 Reception
19:30-19:40 Welcome Address
19:30 Dinner and Entertainment
Saturday, 13 May 2005
Session 1 Poisions
09:00-09:40 Robin Braithwaite, Regional Laboratory for Toxicology
Laboratory investigations of Suspected Poisoning
09:45-10:30 John Emsley
Elements of Murder
10:30-11:00 COFFEE
Session 2 Back to Basics
11:00-11:30 Mark Benger, Aptuit
Developing Stability Indicating Methods
11:35-12:05 Nick Gray, sanofi-aventis
Chromatographic Methods For Extracting Pharmaceutical Compounds From Biological Fluids
12:10-12:40 Claire Rawlinson, Bradford University
Cooking with chemicals - Differential Scanning Calorimetry
12:45-13:15 Alexander Pysik, Pfizer
Putting Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in the Spotlight
13:20-14:30 LUNCH
Session 3 - Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Team Building Sessions
14:30-16:30 Caroline Tolond, RSC
Career Development and Team Building ORB Events
16:30 - 16:45 Lynsey Haskayne, Aptuit
ASN Talk
16:45 - 17:00 Sarah Harrison, RSC
RSC Talk
17:00 Free Time
19:30 Dinner followed by live music and dance
Sunday, 14 May
Session 4 Pills
09:30-10:10 Howard Hill, LSR
Role of New Analytical Technologies in Accelerating the Drug Development Process
10:15-10:45 Colin Fish, GSK
Introduction to Preclinical Safety Assessment in Drug Development
and Risk Assessment
10:50-11:20 David Browne, Covance
Use of Ultra-High Performance LC-MS for Challenging Assays
11:25-11:45 COFFEE
Session 5 Young Analyst Presentations and Poster Session
11.45 - 12.00 Rhea Brent, AstraZeneca
Investigating Differences in Solubility Between Crystalline and Amorphous Forms of Pharmaceuticals
12.00 - 12.15 Kathryn Davies, Bristol-Myers Squibb
The Role of QC in the Pharmaceutical Industry
12.15 - 12.30 Helle Rusz Hansen, University of Crete
Arsenic and Antimony: Poisons or Not? Element Speciation Analysis has the Answer
12.30 - 12.45 Caroline Pritchard, LGC
Mass Spectrometry and The Future Of Routine Clinical Analysis
12.45 - 13.00 Pawel Urban, University of York
Bioanalytical Applications of Low-Volume Enzyme Assays
13:00-14:15 LUNCH
Session 6 Potions
14:15-15:00 Peter Barham, Bristol University
The Science of Ice Cream
15:00-15:45 Monique Simmonds, Kew Gardens
What Should be in This Extract
 
A Poster Session will also be included in the programme. A PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE BEST POSTER. If you are interested, please e-mail an abstract (one side of A4) to EYP2006@mmsconferencing.com.