Day 2 - 23 January 2019

DAY 1 220119            DAY2 230119           Poster Session

08:00 – 09:20
Registration
09:20 – 09:30
musicause Musical Interlude

09:30 - 10:20

Plenary Session

Continual Advances in the Analysis of Chemical Residues in Foods: Are Methods Finally Good Enough?
Steven J. Lehotay
USDA Agricultural Research Service, Eastern Regional Research Center, USA
Chair: Aviv Amirav
10:20 - 10:50
coffee Coffee Break
  Hall A Hall B Hall C Hall D
  Session I Session J Session K Session L
  Separation sciences session
in Memory of Prof. Eli Grushka
Forensic and Homeland Security Analysis Medical Cannabis (I) Posters Oral Presentations
(Short Oral Presentations)
  Chair: Shula Levin Chair: Udi Wolf Chair: Raphy Bar Chair: Aviv Amirav

10:50 - 11:20

Keynote

CESI-MS - a Powerful Selective and Sensitive Analytical Tool for Bottom-Up and Top-Down Proteomics
Amir Pri-Or
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
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"Something New In Something Old" the Irish Experience of Analytical Issues Encountered In the Analysis of Items Suspected To Contain Controlled Substances
John Power
Forensic Science Ireland, Ireland

Endocannabinoids as Biomarkers of Human Diseases
Joseph Tam
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
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panel

11:20 - 11:40

Chromatographic Isotope Effect: Retention Time Changes for Polydeuterated Laquinimod in Reverse Phase HPLC
Vladimir Ioffe
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Israel
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The Emergence of Nuclear Forensic Science in Israel
Eyal Elish
Nuclear Research Center Negev, Israel
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ProNano-Liposphers (PNL) for Oral Delivery of Cannabis
Abraham J. Domb
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
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11:40-11:46
On-Line Extraction with Swollen PDMS Membranes for Its GC-MS and LC-MS with Cold EI Analysis
Ksenia Kladchenko
Tel Aviv University, Israel

11:46-11:52
Open Probe Fast GC-MS Real Time Analysis with Separation and its Application for Food Terrorism Analysis
Benjamin Neumark
Tel Aviv University, Israel

11:52-11:58
Structural Elucidation of Phenidate Analogues Possessing a Secondary Amine Residue via Derivatization and LC-MS/MS Analysis
Tamar Shamai Yamin
IIBR, Israel

11:58-12:04
Efficient Removal of Uranyl Ions from Waste Water using Melamine-Formaldehyde (MF)-Bound Cyclen Derivatives
 Dana Mizrahi
IIBR, Israel

12:04-12:10
The Reference Protein Determination Methods Kjeldahl and Dumas in Comparison - Which Method is the Better Choice for the Analytical Scope in my Lab?
Markus Kranz
C. Gerhardt GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

12:10-12:16
Ion Mobility as an Important Tool in Metabolomics
Maxim Itkin
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

12:16-12:22
Pesticide Sensing by Plasmonic Nano Cavities at the Sub-Micron Scale
Elad Segal
Bar-Ilan University, Israel

11:40 - 12:00

Diffusion-Based Separation Method Using Bidirectional Electroosmotic Flow.
Vesna Bacheva
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology,
Israel & IBM Research - Zurich, Switzerland

A Small Change in Rubber Molecular Analysis Means a Large Change in Results
Konstantin Tartakovsky
Israeli Air Force, Israel
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Using Analytical Tools to Reveal the Therapeutic Effects of Different Compounds in Cannabis Plant
David (Dedi) Meiri
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
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12:00 - 12:20

Achieving Improved Resolution and Sensitivity for Challenging Combinations of Separation Conditions in Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography
Xavier Maes
Agilent Technologies, Spain

This session is known as one of the most vivid and attractive sessions during forensic meetings. Short cases with a twist in the plot are presented - attractive, intriguing, even half-baked case reports, or calls for collaboration and sharing of knowledge.
The short presentations will cover a wide range of subjects.
The list of topics and presenters will be published on the conference website at the last minute - 23/1/19 morning to ensure all issues are served directly from oven to table.

Analysis of Pesticides and Mycotoxins in Legal Cannabis Using Flow-Based LCMSMS System
Francesco Aimone
PerkinElmer, Italy
italy

12:20 – 12:40

New Column Modalities for Improved Biomolecule Separations
Egidijus Machtejevas
Merck, Germany
germany

Cannabis Testing Solutions: HPLC for Potency and Mycotoxine Analysis
Carola Thiering
Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Germany
germany

12:40 - 14:00
lunch Lunch Break and Poster Presentations
13:45 - 14:00 Annual Meeting of the IACS
14:00 - 14:10
medal
Prof. Eli Grushka Awards Ceremony
Best Poster Award
Best supplier Award
14:10 - 14:15
musicause Musical Interlude

14:15 - 15:05

Plenary Session


Human Hepatocyte Incubations and High Resolution Mass Spectrometry to Characterize the Metabolism of Novel Psychoactive Substances
Marilyn A. Huestis
Senior Fellow at the Lambert Center for the Study of Medicinal Cannabis and Hemp
Institute of Emerging Medical Professions, Thomas Jefferson University, USA

Chair: Orna Dreazen

15:05 - 15:30
coffee Coffee Break
  Hall A Hall B Hall C Hall D
  Session M Session N Session O Session P
  Mass Spectrometry
GC-MS & LC-MS
Spectroscopy & Thermal Analysis Medical Cannabis (II) General Interest & New Instruments
  Chair: Aviv Amirav Chair: Israel Schechter Chair: Igal Bar Ilan Chair: Igal Gozlan

15:30- 16:00

Keynote

Innovative Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Technologies Made in Israel
Aviv Amirav
Tel Aviv University, Israel
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Sampling and Detection of Energetic Compounds
Using a Microfluidic Device and Super-Absorbent Electrospun Matrix

Hodayah Hadar Markovits
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
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Remote Sensing of Cannabis; the First Step Towards Standardization and Closing the Learning Cycle
Oded Shoseyov
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, GemmaCert Ltd. Israel
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VASE-TD-GCMS: A Solvent Free Analytical Technique for Quantitative Analysis of Pollutants in Water
Daniel B. Cardin
Entech Instruments, Inc., USA
16:00 - 16:20

How to Obtain Elemental Formulae with your Single Quadrupole GC-MS or LC-MS
Tal Alon
Tel Aviv University, Israel
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Supramolecular Analytical Chemistry for Toxicant Detection in Aqueous Environments
Mindy Levine
University of Rhode Island, USA

Chemical Diversity of Cannabis Plant and Its Contribution to Cannabis-Based Medicine
Ewa Kozela
Nextage Cannabis Innovation Center, Israel
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Microplastics; A Growing Concern and a Need to Identifying the Threat- Solutions through Science
Krystelle Mafina
PerkinElmer LAS ltd, UK
UK

16:20- 16:40

Mass Spectrometry Based Serum Glycoproteomics
David Morgenstern
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

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Benchtop NMR Spectroscopy: Products and Applications
Harald Todt
Magritek GmbH, Deutschland
germany

GemmaCert a NIR Spectroscopy Device as a Method for Rapid, Accurate and Inexpensive Method for Cannabis Potency Testing
Roni Attali
GemmaCert Ltd., Israel
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Examination of a New Pressurized Liquid Extraction Method for the Extraction of Multiple Organic Contaminants from Various Matrices
Maxim Diel
CEM, Germany
germany

16:40– 17:00
Fast, Simple and Ultra-Sensitive Determination of Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds (SVOCs) in Water Samples As Per European Directives Using the Bruker EVOQ™ GC-MS/MS Triple Quadrupole System with Bruker µDROP™ Method
Gordon van 't Slot
Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Germany
germany
Accelerating Drug Development, QC & Manufacturing with New Technologies in Molecular Spectroscopy
Jan Wuelfken
Agilent Technologies, Germany
germany

A new ESI-LC/MS Approach for Comprehensive Metabolic Profiling of Phytocannabinoids in Cannabis
Paula Berman
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
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The Connection Between Data Integrity and Computer System Validation
Margaret Blackburn
PerkinElmer, USA
17:00 - 17:20
  Tracing Food Adulteration and Supporting Crop Production with the Power of Stable Isotope Analysis Using Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy
Rob Peters
Picarro, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
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