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Sunday, July 17, 2011

     

8:30 am-4:30 pm  Short Course - Robert Voyksner        Snowy Egret

Understanding and Optimization of LC/MS/MS to Develop Successful Methods for Identification and Quantitation in Complex Mixtures

 

5:00 – 8:00 pm      Registration                                        Grand Palm Colonnade

4:30 – 5:30 pm      Volunteers Orientation                       Grand Palm Colonnade

5:30 -10:00 pm      Exhibitor Setup                                    Pavilion

6:00 – 6:30 pm      Moderator Training                            Long/Bird/Indian Key Ballrooms

6:00 pm à            Technical Session Setup                      Long/Bird/Indian Key Ballrooms

6:00 pm à            Poster Board Set Up                            Pavilion

 

   6:30 – 7:30 pm      Thermo Scientific Seminar               Banyan & Citrus Rooms
V-1
                        James Chang, Thermo Fisher Scientific         

Non-Target Screening with High Resolution Bench Top Orbitrap (Exactive)/SIEVE

  

8:00 – 9:00 pm      Restek Evening Seminar                   Banyan & Citrus Rooms

V-2                         Jack Cochran, Julie Kowalski, Sharon Lupo, Michelle Misselwitz, Amanda Rigdon-

Restek Corporation, Bellefonte, Pa; and Frank Dorman, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

High Quality Analysis of Pesticides in Marijuana for Food and Medicine using QuEChERS, Cartridge SPE Cleanup, GCxGC-TOFMS, and LC-MS/MS.

 

Monday, July 18, 2011

 

      All Day                  Registration                                        Grand Palm Colonnade

      11:00 am à          Exhibition & Posters                            Pavilion

      7:15 – 8:15 am      Early Morning Coffee                         Pavilion and Grand Palm Colonnade

 

      7:15 – 8:15 am      Waters Breakfast Seminar                Horizon Rooms          

      V-3                         Simon Hird, Head of LC-MS/MS Team, Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA),   
            Sand Hutton, York, North Yorkshire, UK

Use of the Xevo TQ-S as Applied to the Routine and Not So Routine Analysis of Animal Tissues for Residues of Veterinary Medicines

 

      8:30 – 11:00 am    Opening Oral Session           

                                    Session Chairs, Alaa Kamel and Lynda Podhorniak

                                                                                                           

      8:30 -8:50              FLAG Works/President Organizing committee

 

      8:50 -9:15              Steven Bradbury –Director of EPA Office of Pesticide Programs, USA

      O-1                        Priorities, Challenges and Vision of the US EPA Office of Pesticide Programs

 

      9:20 -9:45              Ionara Pizzutti, André de Kok -Federal University of Santa Maria- Brazil

O-2                        Comprehensive Integrated  Multiresidue Analysis of Pesticides and Mycotoxins:
Development, Optimization, Validation and Implementation in Routine
Analysis

 

      9:50-10:15             Chensheng (Alex) Lu, Frank Schenck, retired FDA, Atlanta, GA,  Jon Wong – Harvard

      O-3                        School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health, USA

                           Longitudinal Food Consumption Frequency Determination and Its Implication for Dietary Pesticide Exposure and Risk Assessment

 

      10:20-10:40           Carl Winter, University of California, Davis, USA

O-4                        Pesticide Residues in Imported, Organic, and “Suspect” Foods:  Using Good Science to Understand Risks

 

10:40-11:00           Carl Winter, University of California, Davis, USA

O-5                        Stayin’ Alive: A Musical Look at Contemporary Food Safety Issues

                                                                                                                         

      11:00 – noon         Exhibition Opening                                                   Pavilion

                                                                                   

11:00 – noon        Poster Session A: 

Gulf BP Oil Spill Effects on Food & Water, Pharmaceuticals &  Veterinary Drugs, and International Monitoring

Programs                   

                              Session A authors at posters                                   

                                                Paul Yang and Lawrence Zintek co-coordinators of poster sessions

 

      12:15 – 1:15 pm    Bruker Corporation Lunch Seminar                        Horizon Rooms                                 

V-4                         Kefei Wang; Ed John George; Patrick Jeanville; Steven Schachterle; Meredith Conoley, Bruker Corporation, Chemical and Applied Markets Division, Fremont, CA

A Compound-based Approach to Simplify Method Development and Data Processing for Multi-residue Analysis by GC-MS/MS

 

      1:30 – 3:05 pm      Gulf BP Oil Spill Effects on Food & Water              

                                    Session Chair, Jo Marie Cook                                 

                                               

      1:30-1:50               Gina Ylitalo et al., – NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, USA

      O-6                        Ensuring Seafood Safety After the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

 

      1:55-2:15                Jo Marie Cook, Walter Hammack, Jason Stepp and Roy Jenkins – Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, USA

      O-7                         Florida’s Response to the Gulf Oil Spill                                    

 

      2:20-2:40               Katerina Mastovska, Wendy R. Sorenson, Jana Hajslova, Covance Laboratories Inc., USA 

      O-8                         Status of AOAC Collaborative Study on PAHs in Seafood

 

2:45-3:05               Yoko Johnson- Minnesota Department of Agriculture, USA

O-9                        Analysis of PAHs in Seafoods by QuEChERS Based Extraction and Triple Quadrupole GC-MS

 

      3:10 – 3:55 pm      BREAK for Exhibition & Posters 

 

      3:55 – 5:05 pm      Pharmaceuticals and Veterinary Drug Residues   

                                    Session Chair, Sherri Turnipseed

                                                                                                                       

      3:55-4:15                Perry Martos, Fiona Jayasundara, University of Guelph, Canada

      O-10                       Veterinary Drug Residues from the Perspective of Method Development and

                                     Regulatory Compliance

 

      4:20-4:40                Suil Kang - United Nation University, S. Korea

      O-11                        Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Surface Water and Waste Water in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Occurrence and Typical Range in 2010

 

4:45-5:05               Steven Lehotay, Alan R. Lightfield, Lucia Geis-Asteggiante, Marilyn J. Schneider, Agricultural Research Service, USDA, USA

O-12                     What is the Current Best Method for Multiclass, Multiresidue Analysis of Veterinary Drug Residues in Animal Tissues?

                             


5:30 pm                 Depart for Salvador Dali Museum                 TradeWinds Hotel Entrance

      9:30 pm                 Return from Dali Museum to Hotel               Museum where Buses parked

 

 

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

 

      All Day                   Registration, Exhibition & Poster Session      

 

      7:15 – 8:15 am      Early Morning Coffee in Exhibit Hall (Pavilion) and Grand Palm Colonnade

 

      7:15 – 8:15 am      LECO Breakfast Seminar                                           Horizon Rooms

V-5                         Lucas Smith, Joe Binkley, Jeff Patrick, LECO Corporation, St. Joseph, MI

Looking for “Things in Stuff” or “Stuff in Things” - Opportunities for the Complementary Nature of High Performance Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry and High Performance GC (GCxGC) TOF-MS in the Analysis of Pesticides and Other Contaminants in Complex Matrices

 

      8:30 – 10:30 am    Global Harmonization of Residues              

                                    Session Chair,  Andrè de Kok

                                                                                                           

      8:30-8:50               Mike Doherty –EPA Office of Pesticide Programs, USA

O-13                      Residue Chemistry – A Global Regulatory and Risk Assessment Perspective

 

      8:55-9:15               Volker Bornemann – Smithers Viscient, LLC, USA

O-14                      Efforts in Residue Chemistry Harmonization.  A Crop Protection Industry Perspective

 

9:20-9:40               Johannes Corley, D. L. Kunkel, J. J. Baron  – IR-4 Rutgers University, USA

O-15                      JMPR Submissions and Establishing Codex MRLs for Specialty Crops, Their Importance in Global Trade

 

      9:45-10:05              Salah Soliman –Alexandria University, Egypt

   O-16                      Harmonization of Pesticide MRLs and Registration: A Global Initiative

 

      10:10-10:30           Jane Stewart – BASF, USA

      O-17                      OECD Harmonized MRL Calculator

     

      10:30 – noon         Exhibition & Posters                                                  Pavilion

                                               

      11:00 – noon        Poster Session B:  Advances in Analytical Methods for Chemical Contaminants

                                    Session B authors at posters

                                    Paul Yang and Lawrence Zintek co-coordinators of poster sessions

      12:15 – 1:15 pm    UCT, Inc. Lunch Seminar                                           Horizon Rooms           

V-6                                 Michael J. Telepchak, UCT, Bristol, PA

Chemical Implications of QuEChERS

                                               

      1:30 – 3:05 pm      International Monitoring Programs                       

                                    Session Chair, Katerina Mastovska                                                                            

 

1:30-1:50               Daniela Brocca – European Food Safety Authority (EFSA),  Italy

O-18                      Pesticide Residues in Food - Monitoring Programs in Europe

 

1:55-2:15               Carazo,E., Acuña,J., Masís,M., Calderón, E., Castro, M., Jessie Matarrita,

                              Vargas,E., Alfaro, P. CICA, University of Costa Rica

O-19                     Monitoring Pesticide Runoff to the Costa Rican Caribbean Sea                              

 

2:20-2:40               Paul Yang, Shahram Tabe, Serei Thach and Rajesh Seth – Ontario Ministry of the

O-20                      Environment, Canada

                              Detection of Pharmaceutically Active Compounds in the Detroit River Watershed

 

2:45-3:05               Jamie Ellis – University of Florida, USA

O-21                      Pesticide Effects on Honey Bees: Myth or Reality

 

3:10 – 4:00 pm      BREAK for Exhibition & Posters                                  Pavilion

 

      4:00 – 5:30 pm      Forum on Mass Spectrometry            

                                    (Moderator, W. Hammack)

 

      5:30 -  6:30 pm      Organizing Committee Meeting      

 

      7:00 -  8:00 pm      Reception by TradeWinds                                           Pavilion

      8:00 pm à            Night Beach Volleyball Game                                     On the Beach

 

 

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

 

      Until noon             Registration, Exhibition & Poster Session      

      7:15 – 8:15 am      Early Morning Coffee in Exhibit Hall (Pavilion) and Grand Palm Colonnade

     

      7:15 – 8:15 am      AB Sciex Breakfast Seminar                          Horizon Rooms

      V-7                         André Schreiber, AB SCIEX, Concord, Ontario, Canada

Advanced Tools to Screen for Unknown and Non-targeted Contaminants in Food Samples

 

      8:30 – 9:40 am      Oral Session: Advances in Analytical Methods for Chemical Contaminants      

                                    Session Chair, Chuck Stafford

 

8:30-8:50               Jana Hajslova, Adam Vavrous, Tomas Cajka, Jana Pulkrabova- Institute of Chemical

O-22                      Technology, Czech Republic

                              A Novel Solution for the Rapid Control of Multiple Pesticide Residues in Tea

 

 

8:55-9:15               Jon Wong, Kai Zhang, Paul Yang, Douglas G. Hayward, James Chang, Center for

O-23                      Food Safety & Applied Nutrition, FDA, USA

Optimization and Application of Ultrahigh Performance Liquid Chromatography-Single Stage Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for Screening Pesticides in Foods

 

9:20-9:40               Robert Trengove, Bruce Peebles, Katherine Rousetty- Murdoch University,

O-24                      Australia
Minimising False Positives and False Negatives in Residue Screening of Grains and Oil Seeds: Use of Matrix Matched Standards and Their Impact on LODs

     

      9:45 – 11:00 am    BREAK for Exhibition & Posters          Pavilion

                                    Final Votes by the Attendees for Best Poster are Due by Noon in the Ballot Box

 

      11:00 – 12:10 pm  Oral Session: Advances in Analytical Methods for Chemical Contaminants(continued)                           Session Chair, Chuck Stafford

 

      11:00-11:20           Kazuaki Iijima   – The Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Ibaraki, Japan

O-25                      Lessons Learned at IET Analytical Laboratory in Wake of Japan’s Huge Earthquake

 

      11:25-11:45           Tom Gould – Bayer, USA

      O-26                       Conversion of Three Old Style Analytical Methods to LC/MS-MS Technology Utilizing

                                     Isotopic Internal Standards

 

      11:50-12:10           Jim Stry – Dupont Crop Protection, USA

O-27                      Trends in Residue Method Development at DuPont Crop Protection

           

      12:20 – 1:20 pm    Agilent Lunch Seminar                                                          Horizon Rooms

V-8                         Kai Meng, Agilent Technologies, Delaware

                        Expanding Lab Capability using Agilent’s GC/QQQ Analyzer with a New Versatile 1000-compound Pesticide MRM Database


J
erry Zweigenbaum, Agilent Technologies, Inc.,  Delaware

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

 

      1:30 – 4:35 pm      Oral Session: Advances in Analytical Methods for Chemical Contaminants(continued)                           Session Chair, Steven Lehotay

                                               

1:30-1:50               Tuija Pihlström – National Food Administration, Sweden

O-28                      Analysis of Pesticide Residues by Means of the Swedish Ethyl Acetate Method (SweEt)

 

1:55-2:15               Sara Edison, Lora A. Lin,  Lenin Parrales,  FDA, Forensic Chemistry Center, USA

O-29                      Practical Considerations for Rapid Screening for Pesticides Using Ambient Pressure Desorption Ionization with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry

 

2:20 2:40 pm         Gae Ho Lee, Jun Lee, Dong Wook Lee, Young Woong Ahn, So Yeon Kim, Jong Eun

O-30                      Kwon- Chung Nam National University, S. Korea

Rapid Determination of Multi-Residues in High Fat Content Samples by GC/MS and LC-MS/MS Using Liquid–Liquid Extraction Followed by Centrifugation, Freezing and Dispersive Solid Phase Extraction as Cleanup Steps

 

2:45-3:00 pm         BREAK                                                             Grand Colonnade

                                                           

3:00-3:20               Kai Zhang, Jon Wong Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition, FDA, USA

O-31                      Protocols for the Collection of an Electro-spray Ionization Mass Spectral Library – Development, Intra- and Inter-laboratory Validation and Identification of Unknown in Food and Environmental Samples

 

3:25-3:45               Abdou Mekebri- California Deptartment of Fish and Game, USA

O-32                      Recent Advances in the Analysis of Pyrethroid Insecticides in Surface Water and Sediments by Tandem GC/MS

 

3:50-4:10               Lucia Pareja- Universidad de la República, Uruguay

O-33                      Development and Application of Multiresidue Methods for the Analysis of Post- Emergence Herbicides within the Rice Cropping Ecosystem

 

4:15-4:35 pm         Steven F. Volker, Dana T. Lujan, National Wildlife Research Center, USA

O-34                      Determination of Anticoagulant Pesticide Residues in Water, Soil and Terrestrial Crab

 

4:40 – 5:00 pm      Poster Awards and Closing              

Meeting Adjourns

Mark your calendar for next year’s workshop, July 15-18, 2012

 

 

 

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