The North Jersey ACS NMR Topical Group is pleased to presents its May meeting at Princeton, Wednesday, May 9, 2018 [ register ]
Bruker Night – Dinner and speakers sponsored by Bruker
(1) George Anastasi, Bruker
“New from Bruker”
(2) Kalina Ranguelova, Bruker
“Pharmaceutical applications of EPR spectroscopy”
Abstract for Kalina’s talk
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy has the unique capability to detect and characterize free radicals and transition metals and it has been successfully applied to measure both in vitro and in vivo free radical intermediates from drugs and oxidative processes and to study the free radical/antioxidant properties of pharmaceuticals. The speaker, application scientist Kalina Ranguelova from Bruker BioSpin Corp., will provide a short overview on some applications of EPR in the pharmaceutical field and demonstrate how this technique can be useful in several steps of drug development and delivery, as well as in quality control studies.
6:00 pm Dinner (in Frick Atrium)
7:00 pm Seminar (in Seminar Room A57)
$5 for everyone. No charge for seminar only.
Frick Chemistry Laboratory
Princeton, NJ 08544 [ directions ]
Parking: Parking will be available in Lot 21 (see map link given above under Directions)
Public Transit: It is possible to take NJ Transit all the way to Princeton campus (the symposium location is ~ 10 min walk from the train station). Take the Northeast Corridor NJ transit train to Princeton Junction, then transfer to the small “dinky” train that ends on campus (5 min train ride).
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