JUL 18, 2018 9:00 AM PDT

Freeze Drying Solutions For Your Lab

Sponsored by: Labconco
C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE
Speakers
  • Product Manager, Labconco Corporation
    Biography
      Megan Zimerman is the Product Manager for Freeze Dryers and Evaporators at Labconco Corporation. She has a BA in Biology. Prior to joining Labconco, she spent several years in the laboratory working on research in pediatric gastroenterology and agricultural sciences.
    • Sr. Application Specialist
      Biography
        I earned my degree in Biology with Minor in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Parkside, graduating in 1997.
        Prior to starting at Labconco, I worked at SC Johnson Wax in sensory marketing, after graduation, I started in an R&D laboratory working with cleaning products for the home.
        In 1998, I moved to Kansas City and started working with Labconco in the marketing department as a product specialist. I was promoted to a Product Manager Position overseeing the development of evaporation/lyophilization products and glassware washer lines. Currently, I'm the Sr. Application Specialist with emphasis on evaporation/lyophilization, glassware washers, water, and forensic products, but I also cover all Labconco's 17 product lines.
        I've been published in multiple publications with my top stories including:
        Sample prep and how to optimize your results
        Using a freeze dryer for pharmaceuticals
        3 part series on freeze drying
        My top 10 sample prep accessories
        Nitrogen evaporation without the mess

      Abstract:
      Date: July 18, 2018
      Time: 9:00am PDT
       
      Does your work require you to freeze dry samples? Are your results inconsistent? Is your freeze dry cycle taking too long? Learn how to optimize your lyophilization process. This webinar will discuss freeze drying techniques, as well as new accessories and advancements in laboratory freeze dryers that will help improve your sample quality and cycle time. Whether you have been freeze drying for years or are new to the process, this webinar will inform you of ways to reduce the hassles and improve the lyophilization process in your lab.
       
      Learning Objectives:
      • Learn specifics on the lyophilization process so you can optimize and troubleshoot your method.
      • Learn about new sample specific accessories that will improve your results.
      • Discover new ways to eliminate guess work in freeze drying your samples.

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