Poster presentations from the 2011 FPRW meeting are available below and are shown by the underlined poster title for those presenters who elected to share their poster presentations.

 

48th Annual Florida Pesticide Residue Workshop

POSTERS

 

 

P-1         A Rapid LC/MS Method for Determination of Teflubenzuron in Salmon Tissue

Narong Chamkasem  et al.; FDA, Atlanta, GA

 

P-2         Validation of a Method for the Analysis of Veterinary Drug Residues in Frog Legs and other Aquacultured Species using Quadrupole Time-of-Flight LC-MS

Sherri Turnipseed et al.; US Food and Drug Administration, Denver, CO

 

P-3         Effective Sample Preparation For Multi-Residue LC-MS Determination of Veterinary Drugs in Meat and Milk

Michael S. Young and Kim van Tran; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-4         Residue Depletion of Tritium-Labeled Ivermectin in Yellow Perch Following Oral Administration

Donglei Yu et al.; US Food and Drug Administration, Laurel, MD

 

P-5         A Dispersive SPE using a New High Capacity Lipid Removal Material or a C18: Analysis of Veterinary Drugs In The Samples Of Animal Origin by LC-MS-MS

Olga Shimelis et al.; Sigma-Aldrich, State College, PA

 

P-6         Using Statistics for Validation of Calibration Certificates

Paulo Alexandre de Toledo Alves and Valdemar Luiz Tornisielo University of São Paulo - USP, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil

 

P-7         Exposure Assessment of the Korean Children to Neonicotinoid Pesticides through Fruiting Vegetable Consumption

Min-Kyoung Paik et al.; Rural Development Administration, Suwon, Kyeonggido, Republic of Korea

 

P-8         Rapid Screening and Quantitation of Multi-Class Antibiotics in Milk using Multiplexed Online SPE-LC-MS/MS

Stacy Tremintin; AB SCIEX, Foster City, CA, USA

 

P-9         Determination of the Penicillin G Antibiotic In Natural Waters by Applying a Dairy Farm Amperometric Biosensor for Analysis and Validation

Diana Catalina Rodriguezand Gustavo Peñuela; Univesity of Antioquia, Medellin, Antioquia Colombia

 

P-10       Simultaneous Determination of Nitrofuran Metabolites and Chloramphenicol in Shrimp by LC-MS/MS with a Single Extraction Procedure

Aref M. El-Demerdash et al.; US Food and Drug Administration, Lenexa, KS

 

P-11       Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for SPE of Nitroimidazole Antibiotics from Tissue and Liquid samples

Elena Gairloch and Ecevit Yilmaz; Biotage, Charlotte, NC

 

P-12       Establishing Multi-Class Drug Residue Analysis Methods to Meet Laboratory, Regulatory, and Customer Needs: The eCAL Perspective

Lauryn Bailey et al.; Eurofins Central Analytical Laboratories, Metairie, LA

 

P-13       Effect of Sample Size on Determination of Accurate Pesticide Residue Levels in Japanese Agricultural Commodities

Kazuaki Iijima; et al.; The Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Ibaraki, Japan

 

P-14       Paclobutrazol (PBZ) behaviour in mango pulp analyzed by HPLC-DAD

Valdemar Luiz Tornisielo et al.; University of São Paulo - CENA/USP, Piracicaba, São Paulo Brazil

 

P-15       US EPA’s ERLN Tool Box

Terry Smith et al.; US EPA Office of Emergency Management, Washington, DC

 

P-16       Analysis of GC Amenable Pesticides in Soils From American Healthy Homes Survey Sites: Comparison of Two Different Extraction Protocols

Curtis J. Hedman and Mark S. Hudziak; Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, Madison, WI

 

P-17       Florida’s Year 10-11 Pesticide Residue Surveillance

Jo Marie Cook et al.; Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Tallahassee, FL

 

P-18       How DPX and Micro Luke Works at SCDA to Screen Produce for Pesticide Residue

Sherry T. Garris et al.; South Carolina Dept. of Agriculture (SCDA), West Columbia, SC

 

P-19       Determination of Atrazine and Ametrine Herbicides in Surface Water of the Piracicaba River, São Paulo, Brasil

Rafael Grossi Botelho; et al.; Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura, Universidade de São Paulo, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brasil

 

P-20       Analysis and Monitoring of Fluopicolide in Agricultural Products

Ju-Hee Kuk et al.; Gwangju Regional Korea Food & Drug Administration, Gwangju, Gwangju South Korea

 

P-21       Monitoring of Pesticide Residue in Agricultural Produts using GC/MS/MS in Korea

Seong-Cheol Kim et al.; Busan Regional Korea Food and Drug Administration, Busan, Republic of Korea

 

P-22       Monitoring of Mandipropamid Residues in Agricultural Products of Korea

Eun Mi Lee et al.; Korea Food & Drug Administration, Daejeon, South Korea

 

P-23       Establishment of the Tolerance for Diazinon and Difenoconazole in Rice Straw in Korea

Geunhwan Gil et al.; National Academy of Agricultural Science, Suwon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

 

P-24       Monitoring of the Total Type II Pyrethroid Pesticide Residues in Citrus Oils by Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometric Determination of Their Specific Metabolites

Zheng Yangand Thorsten Koenig;  Givaudan, Kissimmee, FL

 

P-25       UHPLC-APPI-MS Method for High-Sensitivity and High-Throughput Analysis of US EPA Sixteen Priority Pollutants Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Oyster

Sheng-Suan Cai et al.; Syagen Technology, Inc., Tustin, CA

 

P-26       US EPA LC/MS/MS Method Development for DOSS, EGBE and DPGBE Analysis.

Lawrence ZIntek et al.; US EPA, Chicago, IL

 

P-27       LC/MS/MS Analysis of PAH’s, their Derivatives, and 3 Oil Dispersants in Sea Water

Rolf Kern et al.; ABSciex, Foster City, CA

 

P-28       Ensuring Seafood Safety With Rapid Screening For Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons Using LC-Fluorescence

Kenneth J. Rosnack et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-29       Determination of PAH in Seafood: Optimized Sample Preparation Procedures for LC-Fluorescence Screening and GC-MS(MS) Confirmation

Michael S. Young et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-30       Fully Automated Extraction of PAHs From Seawater

Jessica Netzer et al.; J2 Scientific, Columbia, MO

 

P-31       Fully Automated PAH Analysis in Gulf Seafood

Jessica Netzer et al.; J2 Scientific, Columbia, MO

 

P-32       Photodegradation of Iprodione at Lab and Pilot Scale: Effect of Classical Parameters

Blady López Alvarez et al.; Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia

 

P-33       Photo-Fenton Degradation of Carbofuran. Evaluation of the Toxicity and Analysis of Organic By-products

Blady López Alvarez et al.; Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia

 

P-34       Application of EPA Method 8261A to Reduce Measurement Bias: A Comparison Study Between Purge & Trap, Static Headspace, & Vacuum Distillation Techniques for VOC Analysis

Jayashree Jayaraj et al.; CRL Region 5 U.S. EPA, Chicago, IL

 

P-35       Removal of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals by a Constructed Wetland for On-Site domestic Wastewater Treatment

Lawrence Zintek et al.; US EPA, Chicago, IL

 

P-36       The Permeability Of Tarps and the Potential Influencing Factors

Yaorong Qian et al.; U.S. EPA, Ft. Meade, MD

 

P-37       GPC Cleanup That Meets EPA Resolution Requirements without Chlorinated Solvents

Jessica Netzer et al.; J2 Scientific, Columbia, MO

 

P-38       GC-MS Identification Endosulfan Isomers and Its Sulfate Metabolite

 George F. Antonious; Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY

 

P-39       Residue and Dissipation Pattern of Flonicamid and its Metabolites in Pepper During the Cultivation

Nam-Kuk Kim; et al.; Gyeongnam Provincial Office, National Agricultural Products Quality Management Service, (NAQS), Busan, Korea

 

P-40       Characteristics of Deposit Rate for Different Formulations and Dissipation Pattern for 13 Pesticides in Peach during Cultivation

Yu-Ri Lee et al.; National Agriculture Products Quality Management Service, Daejeon, Chung-Nam, Republic of Korea

 

P-41       Use Patterns of Neonicotinoid Insecticides on Cucurbit Crops and their Potential Exposure to Honey Bees

Alaa Kamel and Galen Dively; US EPA, Fort George G. Meade, MD, USA

 

P-42       Testing for Aflatoxins in corn and peanut butter using QuEChERS strategy.

Olga Shimelis et al.; Sigma-Aldrich, Bellefonte, PA

 

P-43       The Use of UPLC-MS/MS for the Detection of Challenging Veterinary Drugs and Growth Hormone Promotors

Kenneth J. Rosnack et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-44       Analysis of Paralytic Shellfish Toxins in Bivalve Mollusks using HPLC Method with Post-column Derivatization and Fluorescence Detection

Saji George; et al.; Pickering Laboratories, Inc., Mountain View, CA

 

P-45       Screening for Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Drinking Water Using a 3-D Iontrap and Automated Online Sample Preparation

Mary Blackburn et al.; Thermo Fisher Scientific, San Jose, CA

 

P-46       Automated Solid Phase Extraction of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Surface and Waste Water Samples - Method Development and Validation

Seo-Young Kang et al.; Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology, Gwanju, South Korea

 

P-47       Novel Atmospheric Ionization Techniques, APGC and ASAP, used in the Analysis of Pesticides and Fungicides

Kenneth J. Rosnack et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-48       Optimization of the Quantity of Octadecyl (C18) and Primary Secondary Amine (PSA) using a QuEChERS –type Extraction for the Development of a Multi-Residue/Multi-Class Method to Determine Pesticide Residues in Milk using Experimental Design

Gustavo Antonio Peñuela Mesa et al.; Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia

 

P-49       Analysis of current use pesticides in human milk at part per trillion levels using GC/MS-NCI and LC/MS/MS-ESI Techniques

Craig Vigo et al.; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticide Programs, Environmental Chemistry Laboratory, Stennis Space Center, MS

 

P-50       The Quechers Extraction Approach and Comprehensive Two - Dimensional Gas Chromatography of Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants in Cow Milk and Human Breast Milk

Michelle Misselwitz et al.; Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, PA

 

P-51       LOD “Limbo” - How Low Can You Go?

Justine Loyo and Claudia Amador; Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Tallahassee, FL

 

P-52       Quechers Approach to Honey Analysis using Triple Quadrupole GCMS

Jonathan Pelt and Amy Brown; Florida Dept. of Agriculture’s Chemical Residue Laboratory, Tallahassee, FL

 

P-53       Optimized method for Analysis of Emerging Contaminants from Water Samples using SPE and LC-MS/MS

Isabel Cristina Sales Fontes Jardim and Liane Maldaner; University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Campinas, São Paulo Brazil

 

P-54       Detection and Identification of Unknown Contaminants during ToF Screening for Pesticides in River Water using an Integrated Software Approach

Kenneth J. Rosnack et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-55       Pesticide monitoring to meet regulatory requirements by the direct injection of drinking water

Kenneth J. Rosnack et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-56       UPLC-APPI-MS/MS for High Sensitivity and High Throughput Analysis of US EPA Sixteen Priority Pollutants Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Kenneth J. Rosnack et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-57       Determination of Banned Dyes in Food Sources by QuEChERS methodology and LC/MS/MS analysis

Joan Stevens and Andy Zhai; Agilent Technologies Inc, Wilmington, DE

 

P-58       Screening Method for 30 Pesticides in Green Tea Extract Using Automated Online Sample Preparation with LC-MS/MS

Yang Shi; Thermo Fisher Scientific, Franklin, MA

 

P-59       A Turn-key Solution for Automated Detection of Organic Contaminants in Food Matrices and Economic Adulteration

James Chang; Thermo Scientific, San Jose, CA

 

P-60       Analysis of 400+ Pesticides in a Single Run Using Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

Jia Wang et al.; Thermo Fisher Scientific, San Jose, CA

 

P-61       A Rapid Solution for Combined Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Known and Unknown Pesticides in Water

Maciej Bromirski et al.; Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

 

P-62       Quantitation of Organophosphate Insecticides in Drinking Water Using Automated Online Sample Preparation and a 3-D Ion Trap

Mary Blackburn et al.; Thermo Fisher Scientific, San Jose, CA

 

P-63       Utilization of High Resolution LC-MS for Screening and Quantitative Analysis of Pesticides in Food Matrix using a Q-Exactive Bench Top Orbitrap Platform

Jia Wang et al.; Thermo Fisher Scientific, San Jose, CA

 

P-64       Rapid Analysis of 303 Pesticide Residues in Green Beans Using Triple Quadruple GC-MS/MS

David Steiniger et al.; Thermo Scientific, Austin, TX

 

P-65       Determination of organochlorine pesticides in carrots by QuEChERS and GC-ECD

Valentina Domingues et al.; Requimte, ISEP, Porto, Portugal

 

P-66       Development of Analytical Method for Determination of Pesticides in Soils by UFLC/MS

Diego Alejandro Ahumada Forigua; et al.; Centro de Bio-Sistemas. Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Bogotá D.C., Cundinamarca, Colombia

 

P-67       Comparison of Sample Preparation Methods Involving Different Versions of QuEChERS for Determination of Pesticide Residues in Strawberries by LC-MS/MS

Isabel Cristina Sales Fontes Jardim and Daniele Oshita; University of Campinas - Unicamp, Campinas, São Paulo Brazil

 

P-68       Determination of Pesticides in Water by Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) and UFLC/MS Using a Char of Vegetable Origin as the Stationary Phase

Andrea del Pilar Mojica Cortés et al.; Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Cundinamarca Colombia

 

P-69       Evaluation of Different QuEChERS Approaches for the Analysis of Pesticides in Paddy Rice by LC/MS/MS.

Lucia Pareja et al.; Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay.

 

P-70       A Thermodynamic - Extended UNIQUAC Model for Salting-out Assisted Liquid-Liquid Extraction

Eugene Chang  et al.; Food and Drug Administration, Irvine, CA

 

P-71       Evaluating Porous Materials for Sampling Pesticides from Surfaces using DART-MS

Brian Musselman et al.; IonSense, Inc., Saugus, MA

 

P-72       Screening and Identification of Non-targeted Compounds with Confidence Using an Exact Mass Spectral LCMS/MS Library

Jerry Zweigenbaum; Agilent Technologies, Inc., Wilmington, DE

 

P-73       Analysis of Fluorinated Alkyl Compounds in Bio-solid Matrix by GC Q-TOF Mass Spectrometry

Anthony Macherone; Agilent Technologies, Inc., Wilmington, DE  

 

P-74       Determination of Polychlorinated Biphenyl Congeners in Foodstuffs and Animal Feed by GC-MS/MS

Chris Sandy et al.; Agilent Technologies UK Ltd, Winnersh, Berkshire, UK

 

P-75       Analysis of Trace Level Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables by GC/MS/MS Using Agilent Ultra Inert Liners with Wool

Limian Zhao and Kai Meng; Agilent Technologies Inc., Wilmington, DE

 

P-76       Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Rice Using QuEChERS AOAC Kit by LC-MS/MS Detection

Joan Stevens; et al.; Agilent Technologies Inc, Wilmington, DE

 

P-77       High Mass Accuracy Provides Enhanced Selectivity for the GC/MS Analysis of Pesticides in Food

Philip L. Wylie et al.; Agilent Technologies, Wilmington, DE

 

P-78       US EPA UPLC/MS/MS Method Development for Analytes of Concern

Lawrence Zintek et al.; US EPA, Chicago, IL

 

P-79       Proposed or Recent ASTM Standards for the Analysis of Alkylphenols and their Ethoxylates in Water by Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry

Lawrence Zintek; US EPA, Chicago, IL

 

P-80       LC-MS Library System Protocol and Possible Future

Lawrence Zintek; US EPA, Chicago, IL

 

P-81       Rapid Screening of Grain Samples for Seed Treatment Pesticides Utilizing a Waters ASAP (Atmospheric Solids Analysis Probe) and Xevo Mass Spectrometer

Mike Roscoe et al.; Canadian Grain Commission, Winnipeg, MB Canada

 

P-82       Determination of 64 Organochlorine, Organonitrogen and Organophosphorus Pesticides in Olive Oil by Optimized QuEChERS Procedure

Xiaoyan Wang et al.; UCT, Inc., Bristol, PA

 

P-83       Determination of Seven Problematic Pesticides in Olive Oil

Xiaoyan Wang et al.; UCT, Inc., Bristol, PA

 

P-84       Automated QuEChERS Extraction for the Determination of Pesticide Residues in Foods using Gas Chromatography/ Mass Spectrometry

Edward Pfannkoch et al.; GERSTEL, Inc., Linthicum, MD

 

P-85       Screening and Quantitation of pesticide residues in food using LC-MS/MS and Identification using MS/MS Library Searching

YunYun Zou et al.; AB SCIEX, Concord, ON Canada

 

P-86       Non-Targeted Screening for Food Residues using High Resolution Accurate Mass LC-MS/MS and Statistical Data Processing

Andre Schreiber et al.; AB SCIEX, Concord, Ontario Canada

 

P-87       Determination of Pesticide Residues in Vegetable Juices using the Triple Quadrupole LC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS, and a Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer GC-MS

Rima Juskelis et al.; IFSH, Bedford Park, IL

 

P-88       Food Testing made Simple and Reliable – Fully Automated and Integrated Modular QuEChERS Sample Preparation

Alejandro Perez and Annie Schnyder; Chemspeed Technologies, Augst, BL Switzerland

 

P-89       High Throughput Screening of Food Contact Materials

Kenneth J. Rosnack et al.; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA

 

P-90       QuEChERS Approach for Determination of Seven Pesticides Residues in Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa willd) Using GC-μECD

Franz Zirena Vilca; et al.; Center of Nuclear Energy in Agriculture CENA. University of Sao Paulo, Piracicaba, São, Paulo, Brazil

 

P-91       QuEChERS Approach for Determination of Seven Pesticides Residues in Honey Using GC-μECD

Franz Zirena Vilca; et al.; Center of Nuclear Energy in Agriculture CENA. University of Sao Paulo, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil

 

P-92       QuEChERS Approach for Determination of Pesticides Residues in Strawberries Using GC-μECD

Paulo Alexandre De Toledo Alves et al.; Center of Nuclear Energy in Agriculture CENA. University of Sao Paulo, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil

 

P-93       Rapid Analysis of Pesticide Residues using DART-MS

Tomas Cajka et al.; Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic

 

P-94       Developing a Multi-residue Pesticide Method for Testing Fatty Foods

Ryan Picou et al.; Eurofins Central Analytical Labs, Metairie, LA

 

P-95       Method Improvements for the Analysis of Glufosinate in Plant Matrices

Ian Murphy; Bayer CropScience, Stilwell, KS

 

P-96       A LC/MS/MS Method for the Detection of Penflufen Residues in an Aquatic Dissipation Study using Rice SeedsTreated with Penflufen

Derek Netzband et al.; Bayer CropScience, Stilwell, KS

 

P-97       Fast Screening of Pesticides and Toxins Using Multiple Analytical Techniques at the Food and Drug Administration

Chris Sack; et al.; U. S. Food and Drug Administration, Lenexa, KS

 

P-98       Comparison of 4 Ethyl Acetate Based Methods and Original QuEChERS for the Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Blueberries

Natalia Besil et al.; Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Montevideo Uruguay

 

P-99       Automated LC/MS Analyses of Pesticides and Mycotoxins Using QuEChERS and DPX Tips

William E. Brewer et al.; University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

 

P-100     Screening for Pesticides by LC/MSMS and GC/MSMS in Muscle Tissue

Catalina Yee et al.; USDA, Alameda, CA

 

P-101     Large Volume Splitless Injection Using an Unmodified Splitless Injection Port for the Analysis of Halogenated Pesticides and Brominated Flame Retardants

Michelle Misselwitz et al.; Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, PA

 

P-102     Method for the Analysis of 4-methylimidazole by LC/MS/MS

Julie Kowalski et al.; Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, PA

 

P-103     Comprehensive Screening for PAHs in Sugarcane Products after QuEChERS with Sweet Separations using an Rxi-17Sil MS column, GC-MS, and GCxGC-TOFMS

Julie Kowalski et al.; Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, PA

P-104     Pesticide Analysis for Organic Cut Roses using QuEChERS, GC-TOFMS, and GCxGC-TOFMS

Jack Cochran et al.; Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, PA

 

P-105     The QuEChERS Tablet

Jack Cochran et al.; Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, PA

 

P-106     A Comprehensive Approach to Pesticide Residue Monitoring, Including Non-target Analysis, for Fruits, Vegetables, and Nuts, Using QuEChERS, LC-MS/MS, and GCxGC-TOFMS

Jack Cochran et al.; Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, PA

 

P-107     Evaluation of Elution Solvents for Three Solid-Phase Extractions to Predict Appropriate Clean-up Method by Matrix and log P Characteristics of Pesticides

Guk-Tak Han et al.; National Agriculture Products Quality Management Service, Daejeon, Chung-Nam, Republic of Korea

 

P-108     Analysis of Amitraz and 2,4-Dimethylaniline Residues in Colombian Honey By UFLC-MS

Julio César España Amórtegui et al.; Laboratorio de análisis de residuos de plaguicidas- Universidad Nacional deColombia, Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia

 

P-109     Analysis of Pesticides in Celery Extract by UHPLC-TOF-MS

Jason Weisenseel et al.; PerkinElmer, Shelton, CT

 

P-110     One Step Extraction, Clean-up and concentration of Chlorinated Pesticides in Raw Coffee Beans

Tom Hall and Jim Westmooreland; FMS, Inc., Watertown, MA

 

P-111     Modern Water Analysis:The use of Modern Chromatography coupled to In-Line Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) /ESI –Triple Quadrupole / Hybrid Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry, for the Analysis of Surface, Drinking and Wastewater

Frederic Ciner and Ed Dabrea, Jupiter Analytix, Jupiter, FL

 

 

 

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