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Overview of Webinars
Thursday, June 15th
11:00 AM SGT
Thursday, June 22nd
11:00 AM SGT
Thursday, June 29th
11:00 AM SGT
Five Habits that Can Make your LC Methods More Consistent 
How to Take Care of your LC Column 
PFAS EPA Method Development and Findings for UCMR5
Speaker: Dr. Rajesh Babu Dandamudi -Technical Manager, Phenomenex  
Speaker:  Genevieve Hodson - Manager of Technical Support, Phenomenex  
Speakers: William A. Adams - Chemist, U.S. EPA & Agustin Pierri - Laboratory Technical Director, Weck Labs 
Key Learning Points:

  • Understanding the role of pH and Importance of buffers in mobile phase 
  • Installation and conditioning of the column 
  • Sample preparation and diluent selection 
  • Column equilibration and maintaining column temperature
Key Learning Points:

  • Understand best practices upon opening a new LC Column. 
  • Learn how to clean and regenerate an LC Column. 
  • Find out about additional products and practices that can be used to minimize contamination getting onto LC columns. 
Key Learning Points:

  • Learn how the EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking water optimizes and validates methods for UCMR5
  • Understand how one lab is applying this method to determine PFAS in real water samples
  • Find out what LODs and LOQs are seeing in the first six months of UCMR5
Who Should Attend:

  • Any LC users who would like to get tips on extend the column lifetime, and troubleshoot for some general LC method issues. 
Who Should Attend:

  • Any LC user who would like to ensure that their LC columns are properly cared for to make sure to get most life out of it that is possible.   
Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone interested in PFAS contamination in drinking water and looking to sort out analytical challenges. 
  • Water utility operators, lab directors and technicians that analyze and treat drinking water. 
  • Scientist curious of the types of PFAS compounds present in drinking water. 
Meet Our Speakers
Dr. Rajesh Babu Dandamudi
Technical Manager, Phenomenex  
Dr. Rajesh Babu Holds M.Phil and Ph.D. from Sri Sathya Sai University, Andhra Pradesh. He has 13 years of experience in analytical chemistry. He has set up a mass spec facility and has done extensive analytical method development in the area of natural products, nutraceuticals, and clinical metabolomics. He has method development experience in LC, LC-MS/MS, LC-HRMS, GC, and GC-MS instruments. 

Dr. Rajesh worked as a faculty member at the same university and was involved in extensive research work. He has published more than 30 papers in international journals and has presented at more than 25 international and national conferences. 

In his current role as Technical Manager, Dr. Rajesh is involved with technical training and helps customers with their product recommendations, method development, and troubleshooting issues. Dr. Rajesh also delivers regular webinars on several interesting topics across the globe. He is also part of the global technical team that handles Live chat and all technical issues relating to our products globally. 

Genevieve Hodson
 Manager of Technical Support, Phenomenex
Genevieve graduated from the University of Texas with a BS in Chemistry located in her home town of Austin Texas. She spent 2 years of her undergraduate performing research in an Organic Chemistry Lab synthesizing intermediates. Out of school she spent 4 years as an Analytical Chemist in the QC and R&D Department of Cerilliant (a Sigma Millipore Company). There she worked with many analytical instruments but became an expert at LC by performing purity analysis, customer specific methods, validations, qc testing and stability studies on a wide range of small molecules including pharmaceuticals, pesticides, explosives and illegal substances.

From there she moved to Los Angeles California where she worked at Johnson and Johnson and then a small dietary supplement company. After Genevieve spent a year living abroad in Israel raising her first son, she moved back to LA where she got hired as a Technical Specialist at Phenomenex. At Phenomenex she enjoys continuing to learn about chromatography every day through helping customer with all their chromatography needs! 

William A. Adams
Ph.D., Chemist U.S. EPA, Office Ground Water and Drinking Water
Dr. Adams is a Chemist with the U.S. EPA, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, Technical Support Branch (TSB) in Cincinnati, OH, where he serves as the TSB project officer for EPA drinking water method development, manages the EPA Drinking Water Alternate Test Procedure (ATP) Program, and advises the UCMR program as a technical and analytical method resource. He received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from The University of Alabama.
Agustin Pierri
Ph.D., Technical Director at Weck Laboratories
Dr. Agustin Pierri obtained his BS in Chemistry from the University of Southern California and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California Santa Barbara. He has been an analyst in different sections of the laboratory and since 2007 has worked in the LC-MS/MS department developing all analytical methods by that technique. Prior to becoming Technical Director in July of 2016, he has been working as Methods Development Manager for all departments of the Laboratory.