Talk Title: Not Only Reverse Phase… A Need to Use Alternative HPLC Techniques for Pharmaceutical Analysis
Vladimir Ioffe, Ph.D., Scientific Expert, Lecturer and Advisor in Pharmaceuticcal Analysis.
- M.Sc. (Chemistry and Chemical Engineering), 1977, Moscow Academy of Fine Chemical Technology. Thesis: “Studies of porphyrines complexes with transition metals as catalysts of NAD-H autooxidation in a model of bypassing the respiratory chain”.
- Ph.D. (Organic Chemistry), 1984, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of USSR, Moscow. Thesis: “Investigation of mechanism of one-electron oxidation of aliphatic amines”.
- More than 50 publications and patents in various fields of organic chemistry, analytical chemistry and biotechnology and about 30 posters and oral presentations at international symposia.
- Last 30 years – work in the field of pharmaceutical analysis in R&D of pharmaceutical companies and biotech startups.
Last position before retirement: Associate Director and Scientific Expert, Analytical Development, Global R&D, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd. (Israel).
Principal fields of interest:
- Innovative development of HPLC methods
- Upgrade of analytical HPLC procedures to bioanalytical
- RP HPLC of polar lipids and lipophilic chelators
- RP HPLC of new biologically active small molecules
- Combination of various detection techniques within one HPLC method
- Simultaneous development of auxiliary to HPLC analytical methods (planar chromatography, spectral and thermal methods, mass-spectrometry, etc.)
- Permanent public lecturer in various topics related to HPLC methods and instruments