Micro Pillar Array Columns for Analysis of Physiological Fluids
Micro-pillar arrays provide a highly ordered chromatographic solid phase which minimizes peak dispersion through variability in path lengths through the column. The arrays are very permeable which allows long columns to be operated at low pressure (100-300 bar). We’ve benchmarked this novel technology for rapid (1 hour/sample) analysis of biological fluids including plasma, whole blood, and cerebrospinal fluid on the Exploris 480.
This webinar will cover our achieved benchmarks and offer perspectives about working with physiological fluids and micro-pillar arrays.
Geert Van Raemdonck
Geert completed his PhD studies Biomedical Sciences in 2014 at the University of Antwerp in Belgium. He worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Center for Proteomics (CfP), a core facility from the University of Antwerp. Geert was responsible for the coordination and processing of all proteomic related services.
During his time at the CfP he started to evaluate and to work with the µPAC™ columns, designed and produced by PharmaFluidics. His excitement for these products resulted in him joining the team of PharmaFluidics as Global Field Service Expert.
2016: Doctorate from Northeastern University (Boston MA) under Doctor Karger at the Barnett Institute with focus on Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics.
2017 – 2018: Proteomics Specialist Johns Hopkins Proteomics Core (Baltimore MD).
2018: Van Eyk Group Cedars-Sinai lead proteomics expert.