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has been a practicing chromatographer for more than 40 years, during
which he has written more than 30 papers on chromatography and related
subjects. He worked primarily in GC in the late '60s,
switching to TLC in the early '70s and then to
HPLC and ion chromatography in late '70s. His career has focused on
instrument and column development and user support, providing a broad
foundation of practical experience to call on as an instructor.
Over the past 25 years, Tom Jupille has presented courses and seminars
in the field of chromatography to more than 3000 students. In addition
to teaching, he has been involved in the development and support of
computer modeling techniques for chromatography
method development. He is President of LC Resources and a Consulting
Editor for LCGC . He is probably best known as the
the popular Chromatography
on-line chromatography discussion group.
is perhaps best known as the editor/author of the monthly column "LC
Troubleshooting" (1983- present) in LCGC. In addition, Dr. Dolan has
written more than 130 papers on HPLC and related topics. He is the
coauthor of Troubleshooting HPLC Systems, High-Performance Gradient
Elution, and Introduction to Modern Liquid Chromatography,
three authoritative books in the field. Dr. Dolan is the recipient of
the Palmer Award (Minnesota Chromatography Forum) and the Dal Nogare
Award (Chromatography Forum of Delaware Valley).
Dr. Dolan's experience in two
different analytical instrument companies, and involvement in design
and writing the DryLab software give him a solid background in
instrumentation and software. Fifteen years managing LC Resources'
Laboratory Services group provided a unique "hands-on" perspective in
pharmaceutical product development, analysis of drugs in biological
systems, and other practical HPLC applications.. He has taught HPLC
techniques to more than 10,000 of students over the last 30 years. He
is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of LCGC and a member of the
Council of Experts for the United States Pharmacopeial Convention