SFC Session

Chair Biography

William Farrell is Senior Principle Scientist at Pfizer Global R&D - La Jolla. Mr. Farrell received his BS degree from SUNY Stony Brook and has over 20 years chromatographic experience, specializing in supercritical fluid (SFC) and high pressure liquid (HPLC) chromatographic techniques. He has spent the last decade working on the implementation of SFC and HPLC for the analysis & purification of medicinal and combinatorial derived compounds. He has been a major driving force behind the development of automated Preparative SFC systems and has pioneered the use of SFC for high throughput applications for which he received the first annual Averica Award for his contributions to Preparative SFC. Current research areas include expanding SFC applications into biological systems and the development of novel, SFC specific stationary phases.

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Speakers

  • Dr. Debby Mangelings from Vrije Universiteit Brussel - "A Generic Chiral Separation Strategy in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography on Polysaccharide-based Chiral Stationary Phases"
  • Dr. David Speybrouck from Janssen - "Supercritical Fluid Chromatography: A powerful tool for analysis and purification of enantiomers"
  • Dr. Bill Farrell from Pfizer - "Overview of SFC Applications"
  • Chester Vera from UWS - "Contrasting selectivity differences between HPLC and SFC of Linear PAHs using phenyl-type stationary phases"
  • Dr. Ray McClain from Merck - "The Versatility of SFC in Drug Discovery and Development"
  • Dr. Tony Yan from Pfizer - "Method Development for Isomer Interconversion Profiling in Human Plasma by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography Coupled with Mass Spectrometry"
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    Chair Contact Details

    Professor Andrew Shalliker

    University of Western Sydney

    Email: r.shalliker@uws.edu.au

    Thank You

    We would like to thank the session chairs and speakers for making this symposium possible.