Join Cathy Moore, Principal Chemist, and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Specialist for a live webinar to gain a deeper understanding of NMR. You will learn when to use NMR and how to characterize molecules qualitatively and quantitatively.
Why should I attend?
Cathy will provide an overview of NMR spectroscopy to help you better understand the technology, data output, and capabilities of the method. Her presentation will include:
- An introduction to magnetic resonance
- Qualitative analysis including the identification of USP Monograph for Heparin and USP <761>761>
- Quantitative NMR including assays and impurity testing
Cathy Moore, PhD, Principal Chemist
Cathy received her Ph.D. in chemistry in 1993 from The Pennsylvania State University with her thesis on the solution structure of a partially folded 100 amino acid protein by NMR among other methods such as UV-Vis and circular dichroism. She continued her post-doctoral studies at Brandeis University under Dr. Gerald Fasman and Dr. Alfred Redfield in the Biochemistry Department characterizing small peptides and protein domains that were identified as a model for Alzheimer’s progression and a potential cancer target. Cathy brought her extensive expertise to Element in 2014, where she now provides Element customers with a trusted resource in NMR testing.
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