Veterinary Drugs Subgroup


Veterinary Drugs Subgroup - Application!


Contact Sub Group Chair, Eric Verdon, Anses, Laboratory of Fougeres, France

Contact Sub Group Chair Jian Wang, CFIA, Calgary Laboratory, Canada


Scientific Sesssion: Tuesday, 10:15 - 11:45
Room: International 5/6

Session’s Title:
Developing and Validating Multi-Residue/Multi-Class Screening Methods for Analysis of Chemical Contaminants in Food Using GC- and LC-Chromatography and High Resolution Mass Spectrometry

There has been great interest and effort by a number of national and international bodies to develop and validate multi-class and multi-residue screening methods using high resolution mass spectrometry to screen veterinary drugs, pesticides, etc. in food commodities. This scientific session provides a platform for scientists from the international food safety related governmental agencies, industries and academia to present and discuss their recent achievements and challenges on the development of multi-class or multi-residue screening methods for targeted and untargeted analysis using GC- and LC-high resolution mass spectrometry. The emerging technologies to be discussed include (Q)-Orbitrap and (Q)-TOF etc. The validation guidelines and the method performance criteria, especially for screening based on high mass-resolution mass spectrometry, are also discussed. Overall, the session will be of interest to scientists and managers of analytical laboratories to increase their sample throughput or improve monitoring efficiency.

CO-CHAIR: Eric Verdon, French Agency for Safety of Food, Environment and Occupational Health - Laboratory of Fougeres (ANSES)

CO-CHAIR: Jian Wang, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Laboratory of Calgary (CFIA)

1 - Sherri Turnipseed, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Denver, CO, USA
Development, Validation and Application of a Screening Method for Drug Residues in Aquaculture Products Using Liquid Chromatography High Resolution Mass Spectrometry

2 - Dominique Hurtaud-Pessel, ANSES - Laboratory of Fougeres, Fougeres, France
Application of Q-Exactive High Resolution Mass Spectrometer for the Screening of Veterinary Drug Residues

3 - Jon Wong, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, USA
Development, Implementation, and Use of Mass Spectral Libraries and Compound Databases for Screening Chemical Residues and Contaminants in Foods Using Liquid Chromatography-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry

4 - Amadeo Fernández-Alba, University of Almería, Spain
 High Resolution Accurate Mass Spectrometry; its Role in Routine Pesticide Residue Analysis

VDR Sub-Group Community Meeting
Tuesday, 11:45 - 1:15
Room: International 3

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Schedule time 11:45am – 1:15pm
Room : International #3

VDR Sub-Group Meeting Agenda

  • Introduction                    Sub-Group Co-Chairs:  Eric Verdon and Jian Wang

(Sign the sign-in sheet to get all future subgroup updates and to let us know you attended)

2. Topic n°1:

  • Update AOAC collaborative study on multi-class multi-residue method on veterinary drugs in food (Jo Marie Cook and Thierry Delatour)

3. Topic n°2:

  • News on Latest method performance criteria updates (Eric Verdon/Jian Wang)

(very brief introduction to the documents but not in details)
International :

    • CCPR Draft Guidelines on Performance Criteria for Methods of Analysis for the Determination of Pesticide Residues in Food

European :

    • Update for European Decision 2002/657/EC   (New : Collaborative study on HRMS screening)

 4. Topic n°3:

  • Any Other Business from the Sub-Group Attendance

 5. Adjournment of Contaminant Subgroup Meeting for Veterinary Drug Residues
Including announcement of possible topics for an opening scope next year …













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