This webinar discusses a robust sample preparation strategy and subsequent derivatizing protocol for both 25 Hydroxy Vitamin D2 and D3 in serum. The process is simple and efficient utilizing ISOLUTE® SLE+ in a 96 well plate format for high throughput processing of samples. Clinical method validation data derived via this process will also be discussed.
We explain the benefits Biotage ISOLUTE® SLE+ can bring to the lab workflow compared to traditional strategies, when processing serum for clinical method development and validation using Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry.
Victor E. Vandell, Ph.D., Senior Application Chemist, U.S. Laboratory Manager
Dr. Victor Vandell currently serves as the Senior Applications Chemist/Laboratory Manager for Biotage. He is responsible for developing sample preparation and analysis methods using current technology towards the detection and quantitation of forensic and clinical analytes in a variety of biological matrices.
Dr. Victor Vandell obtained his Ph.D. in analytical chemistry specializing in mass spectrometry from Louisiana State University. He obtained his Masters and Bachelor’s degrees in Organic Chemistry from Rochester Institute of Technology and Chicago State University, respectively. Dr. Vandell served as the Chief Toxicologist for the Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Lab under the federal agency Pretrial Services in Washington DC. Prior to that, he held the position of Chemistry Toxicology Supervisor for the Washington DC Department of Health, Public Health Laboratory.
In 2010 Dr. Vandell set-up and established the US Applications Lab for Biotage. He has 15 years of experience developing analytical methods using GC-MS and LC-MS technology. Dr. Vandell travels around the world training and lecturing scientists on the latest in sample preparation technology and analytical method development and how to improve their current testing methods and/or implement new ones. He is a member of ASMS, AAPS and SOFT.
This webinar was recorded on Thursday 4th June 2015.
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