Successful HPTLC Online User Meetings - catch up on all presentations
Missed an online meeting? Missed a presentation? Stream the presentations of all webinars 2022 via the links below.
We are very pleased with the success of our four HPTLC Online User Meetings in 2022, organized by the North America Chapter, the Germany Chapter, the India Chapter, and most recently the Australia Chapter. In total, around 1000 participants watched the webinars live. After each session, 50 to 60 attendees participated in a separate Zoom session lasting approximately one hour to ask questions and engage in live discussions with the speakers and HPTLC experts.
We believe we are on the right track! Preparations are already ongoing for further HPTLC Online User Meetings in 2023. We will of course keep you up to date!
All presentations fo 2022 can be streamed at SelectScience® (via Workcast) using the links below.
4th HPTLC Online User Meeting of December 1, 2022:
Session 1: Authentication and quality control of Western Australian honeys using HPTLC
Md Khairul Islam, Division of Pharmacy, School of Allied Health, University of Western Australia
Session 2: How to use machine learning with the outputs from HPTLC
Kevin Vinsen, Senior Research Fellow, International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), University of Western Australia
3rd HPTLC Online User Meeting of September 19, 2022:
Session 1: HPTLC and HPTLC-MS – An essential tool in the assessment of botanical dietary supplements
Dr. Aboli Girme, Senior Manager, Research and Innovation, Pharmanza Herbal Pvt. Ltd. India
Session 2: HPTLC – A good choice for extractables and leachables studies
Dr. Kashyap Thummar, Assistant Professor, Gujarat Technological University, India
2nd HPTLC Online User Meeting of June 16,2022:
1 - Using just classical Silica gel 60? There is more!
Michaela Oberle, Merck KGaA, Germany
2 - How to assess the safety of food products in absence of toxicological data
Maricel Marin-Kuan, Nestlé Research, Switzerland
1st HPTLC Online User Meeting of March 17, 2022:
1 - Identification of Elderberry (S. nigra) using HPTLC, HPLC and UV-Vis and Detection of its Adulterants in the World of Dietary Supplements
Brittany Brodziski, QC Supervisor, Nature's Way
2 - HPTLC Separation of Tryptamine-based Hallucinogens
Kelsey Patterson, Graduate student in forensic science, Cedar Crest College
3 - HPTLC/MS Analysis and screening of Banisteriopsis caapi and Psychotria viridis for the purpose of determining and minimizing variability of the active compounds in the final product, with the intention of predicting and improving the quality and potential efficacy of the Amazonian therapeutic botanical medicine admixture, Ayahuasca
Dr. Sidney Sudberg, President & CSO Alkemist Labs