On February 11th, in this free hands-on workshop, instructor Jason Chu answers all of your questions on Good Manufacturing Practices and HPLC. Based on his industry exposure, Jason will introduce attendees to concepts and ideas based on his personal experience in the field. Find out why GMPs are important in the Pharmaceutical practice, what a career involving GMPs demands and how HPLC training can be beneficial to your career. Prepare yourself to be well suited for career in Pharmaceutical research and manufacturing. For more information, click here. To register, call 416-502-2277 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last week, a group of AAPS students performed an identification (ID) test on Acetaminophen drug substance with High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). Acetaminophen – brand name Tylenol is over the counter drug that could treat headaches, muscle aches, arthritis and reduce fever. This experiment in our Quality Control (QC) laboratory provided students with hands-on experience preparing in standards, samples and mobile phase. Furthermore, students learned how to set-up the HPLC and how to operate the HPLC software, Empower/Millennium. HPLC labs, such as this one, are particularly valuable to students because they prepare them with the necessary technical skills needed for.. READ MORE »
High Performance Liquid Chromatography, or HPLC, is a technique for separating organic and inorganic compounds in order to analyze them. HPLC is used in many different industries like biological, pharmaceutical, food and drink, environmental and even industrial to analyze samples. HPLC is a very popular method of compound analysis since it’s quite easy to learn and use, and it is not limited by a compound’s volatility or stability. Modern HPLC has been applied in many situations such as separation, identification, purification and quantification. From February 1st to 12th, AAPS is offering the course HPLC School. Training with the best in.. READ MORE »
AAPS is happy to announce a new two-day training course on January 23rd and January 30th focusing on HPLC for Food Analysis. Taught by Jason Chu, this course will discuss factors that must be considered when selecting an appropriate HPLC analytical method for food analyte determination. AAPS is excited to provide this specialized course as HPLC methods have become the preferred technique for food analysis in the industry. Participants will be provided with hands-on HPLC training in our Quality Control laboratory. Find out more about AAPS’ HPLC for Food Analysis course.
AAPS has created a new training program designed to equip students with a fundamental understanding of High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) techniques in only two weeks. This program, called HPLC School, launches on September 21, 2015 till October 2, 2015 and has been structured to provide students with real-world, tangible knowledge on a variety of HPLC related topics. Instructed by Jason Chu, participants will learn the nature of HPLC techniques encountered in everyday laboratory work. From operating modern HPLC equipment, to calibrating and preparing HPLC systems, this thorough training is practical for employment in a number of industries. “This program.. READ MORE »
Congratulations go out to AAPS’ Pharmaceutical Students who recently wrote exams on HPLC techniques and general laboratory testing. The exam was made of two parts: written and practical tests. Students were asked to answer questions on analytic chemistry and later asked to demonstrate their learnings in AAPS’ state-of-the-art laboratory. “This is the first time we’ve asked students to demonstrate their knowledge in person” says instructor, Jason Chu. “This form of evaluation benefits the students in developing their practical skills for the pharmaceutical industry.”Chu is newly welcomed to the AAPS Faculty and joins AAPS with 5 years of experience as a.. READ MORE »