Instrumental liquid chromatography, either as high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or ultra-performance liquid chromatography (UPLC), are common techniques in laboratories which do regulatory compliance work. For good Laboratory Practice (GLP) or ISO 17025 compliance, these methods have strict requirements to meet, the most important of which are method validation and instrument validation. Mess these up and you could face serious headaches, but get them right and your lab will have tighter controls over instrument and method performances.
Join laboratory compliance expert John C. Fetzer in this information-packed webinar as he guides you through a host of complex laboratory validation procedures. Fetzer has more than three decades of laboratory compliance experience and is well-positioned to strengthen your lab’s instrument and performance methods. He will offer a step-by-step overview of the important issues for each component of the chromatography, point out the common problems, and show you how to ensure high performance.
After attending this instructive session, you will understand the validation of pumping and injection systems, columns and detectors, reagents and mobile-phase components, data quality, and control charts for quality assurance. Chemists and lab assistants who perform HPLC or UPLC analyses under Good Laboratory Practices or ISO 17025 can’t afford to miss this insightful webinar.
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- Dr. David Lim
John C. Fetzer, Ph.D., was a method-development chemist for over 3 decades and also laboratory manager for a decade for a GLP-compliant laboratory. He has been a trainer in compliance and quality for many years. He has published over 100 research papers, holds 3 patents, and served on the advisory boards of Analytical Chemistry, The Journal of Chromatography, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, and Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds.... More Info