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Monday, July 23, 2018

       

                                           

        8:45-9:30 am              Presentation by Excellence Award Winner
Janusz Pawliszyn, Canada Research Chair, Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

A-1                               Matrix Compatible Coatings in SPME:  An Enabling Technology Facilitating Full Automation and On-site Residue Determinations of Food Products                         

 

        9:30-10:45 am            SESSION 1:                                                                                                         

                                                Sample preparation: new and novel techniques and methods

                                                Co-Chairs: Steven Moser and Brian Eitzer

       

        9:30-9:50 am              Sonia Herrera López, NVWA- Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority, Wagenningen, Netherlands

        O-1                                 Comprehensive study of different approaches for the determination of 15 highly polar pesticides in food matrices. Influence of matrix type on the identification

 

        9:55-10:15 am            Michael S Young, Waters Corporation, Milford, MA, USA

        O-2                                 Improved Extraction and Cleanup Prior to LC-MS/MS Determination of Bound and Unbound Dicamba and Dicamba Metabolite Residues in Agricultural Samples      

 

        10:20-10:40 am          Shabarinath Nambiar, Murdoch University, Perth, WA, Australia

        O-3                                 Single tube extraction and clean up using solubilized QuEChERS extractants – a miniaturized approach

 

        1:30-3:10 pm              SESSION 2:                                                                                                         

                                                Advanced and new instrumentation

                                                Co-Chairs: Willis Chow and Jon Wong

 

        1:30-1:50 pm              Lili He, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA

        O-4                                 Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Food Colorant Analysis                        

 

        1:55-2:15 pm              Scott White, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA

        O-5                                 Food Sensing with Printed, Floating-Gate Transistors

                                                       

        2:20-2:40 pm              Kaveh Jorabchi, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA

        O-6                                 Plasma Assisted Reaction Chemical Ionization: A Sensitive Ion Source for Elemental Detection and Quantification of Residues    

                                                                                                                    

        2:45-3:05 pm              Amadeo R. Fernández-Alba, European Union Reference Laboratory for Pesticide Residues in Fruit & Vegetables, University of Almeria, Almería, Spain       

        O-7                                 Pesticides analysis in complex matrices by new GC and LC MS/MS improved platforms

 

        3:55-5:35 pm              SESSION 3:                                                                                                                         

                                                Natural products and supplements

                                                Co-Chairs: Paul Reibach and Ken Kise

 

        3:55-4:15 pm              Todd Richards, LECO, Saint Joseph, MI, USA

        O-8                                 Utilizing GCxGC-TOFMS for Quantitation of Cannabis Related Pesticides in Hops QuEChERS Extract

       

         4:20-4:40 pm              Wesley Maguire, Pixis Labs/Columbia Food Lab, Portland, OR, USA

        O-9                                 Comprehensive Determination of Unregulated Pesticides in Cannabis Flower using Tandem Mass Spectrometry                                                   

 

        4:45-5:05 pm              Avinash Dalmia, PerkinElmer, Shelton, CT, USA

        O-10                              Analysis of all pesticide  residues in cannabis regulated by California and Oregon state using LC/MS/MS with Electrospray and APCI source  

 

        5:10-5:35 pm              Agustin Pierri, Weck Laboratories, Industry, CA, USA

        O-11                              Cannabis Sativa pesticides, aflatoxins, and potency by LC/MS/MS: one extraction, one analysis               

 

       

      Tuesday July 24, 2018

       

        9:00-10:45 am            SESSION 4:                                                                                                         

                                                Veterinary drug residues

                                                Co-Chairs: Sherri Turnipseed and Eric Verdon

 

        9:00-9:20 am              Kevin C. Hsieh, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Tallahassee, FL, USA

O-12                              Accurate Quantitation and Analysis of Nitrofurans and Phenicols in Seafood by UHPLC-MS/MS: Proficiency Testing and State Regulatory Samples

 

        9:25-9:45 am              Ovokeroye A. Abafe, Agricultural Research Council-OVR, Onderstepoort, South Africa

        O-13                              Development and validation of a confirmatory method for the determination of stilbene estrogens in Ostrich serum

 

        9:50-10:10 am            Anton Kaufmann, Official food control authority of the Canton of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

        O-14                              Moving from targeted towards non-targeted approaches

10:15-10:40 am          Thierry Delatour, Nestlé Research Centre, Lausanne, Switzerland

        O-15                              Matrix effect-monitored screening of a hundred veterinary drug residues in food by liquid chromatography-triple quadrupole mass spectrometry

               

        1:30-3:10 pm              SESSION 5:                                                                                                         

                                                Natural toxins: fungal and aquatic toxins                            

                                                Co-Chair: Sara Mcgrath and Mike Filigenzi          

 

        1:30-1:50 pm              Sareeta Nerkar, Pickering Laboratories Inc., Mountain View, CA, USA

        O-16                              HPLC Method for Quantification of Mycotoxins in Animal Matrices, Food and Feed      

 

1:55-2:15 pm              Geoffrey Faden, Mac-Mod Analytical, Chadds Ford, PA, USA

O-17                              Fast, highly sensitive analysis of mycotoxins using superficially porous particles

 

        2:20-2:40 pm              Wendy K. Strangman, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, USA

        O-18                              What are we missing?  Metabolomics, toxin analysis, and new compound discovery from

                                                marine and freshwater HAB species

        2:45-3:05 pm              Pearse McCarron, National Research Council Canada, Halifax, NS, Canada

O-19                              Analytical Methods and Reference Materials for Marine Toxins

 

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

 

        8:30-10:45 am            SESSION 7:                                                                                                         

                                                Environmental and human health                                                                           

                                                Co-Chairs: Rob Trengove and Marc Engel    

                              

8:30-8:55 am              Zachary Laughrey, USGS, Lawrence, KS, USA

O-20                              Analysis of Cyanotoxin and Algal Toxins: Data gaps, Challenges, and Advancements

 

        9:00-9:25 am              Anthony Macherone, Agilent Techonologies, Wilmington, DE, USA

        O-21                              Integrating GC-TOF exposome profiling and genetic disease screening to provide a holistic perspective on honey bee health

       

        9:30-9:55 am              P. Barry Ryan, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA

        O-22                              Insecticide Exposures and Human Health

 

        10:00-10:25 am          Danielle Stanek, Florida Department of Health, Tallahassee, FL, USA

        O-23                              One Health Approach to Chemical Residues in Our Environment

               

        1:05-2:45 pm              SESSION 8:                                                                                                         

                                                Novel and emerging contaminants of concern in food and the environment

                                                Co-Chairs: Yelena Sapozhnikova and Paul Yang

 

        1:05-1:25 pm              Katerina Mastovska, Covance Laboratories, Madison, WI, USA

        O-24                              Reliable and Cost-Effective Analysis of Bisphenol A and Nonylphenols in Foods and Beverages

 

        1:30-1:50 pm              Yelena Sapozhnikova, USDA, Wyndmoor, PA, USA

        O-25                              Analysis of organophosphate esters in meats and fish

       

        1:55-2:15 pm              Hui Peng, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

        O-26                              Untargeted Screening and Prioritization of Halogenated Chemicals in the Environment              

 

        2:20-2:40 pm              Mark W Sumarah, Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, London, Canada

        O-27                              Non-targeted Analysis of Emerging Environmental Contaminants by Data Independent Acquisition LC-MS/MS

 

        3:15-4:55 pm              SESSION 9:                                                                                                         

                                                Special topics in food and the environment                                                       

                                                Co-Chairs: Neely Belai and Sam White

                                                                               

        3:15-3:35 pm              Sitra Abubeker, USDA Agricultural Marketing Service, Washington, DC, USA

O-28                               USDA's Pesticide Data Program-Who Uses the Data      

 

3:40-4:00 pm              Barbara Kiedrowska, NVWA - Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority, Wageningen, The Netherlands

        O-29                              Development, validation and implementation of a GC-EI-Orbitrap HRMS method for routine analysis of pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables

 

        4:05-4:25 pm              Paul Yang, MOECC, Etobicoke, Canada

        O-30                              Correlation of estrogenicity in wastewater using effect-directed analyses and liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry

 

        4:30-4:50 pm              Peter L. Morton, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory/FSU, Tallahassee, FL, USA

O-31                              Contamination of Turmeric with Lead Paint

 

        4:55-5:10 pm              Poster Awards and Closing