In this interview, Timothy Garrett (University of Florida, FL, USA) discusses the use of MS in his research, some of the key differences between imaging MS and LC–MS and gives some top tips for method development.
In this interview, Mark Arnold (Covance, NJ, USA) discusses the scope of the draft ICH M10 guidance as well as explaining the difference between full, partial and cross validation and how to choose which validation to use and when.
In this interview, John Kadavil (FDA, MD, USA) discusses what he expected from the draft ICH M10 guidance and speculates on the potential challenges that may be encountered as laboratories begin to implement the new guidance.
In this interview, Kelly Dong (United-Power Pharma Tech Co., Beijing, China) describes recent developments in the Chinese regulatory landscape. Dong also explains how industry in China will collate feedback with regards to the draft ICH M10.
In this interview, Boris Gorovits (Pfizer, MA, USA) gives his thoughts on how the draft ICH M10 guidance will differ from current BMV guidance. Gorovits also speculates how the ICH M10 could change the bioanalytical regulatory landscape.
Neil Spooner, Senior Editor of Bioanalysis and Founder and Director of Spooner Bioanalytical Solutions (Hertford, UK), discusses recent technological advances and current regulatory perspectives on patient-centric sampling approaches.
Michele Protti, research fellow at the University of Bologna (Italy) discusses the importance of microsampling strategies and some of the challenges faced when developing strategies with a patient-centric approach.
We caught up with solid-phase microextraction pioneer Janusz Pawliszyn (University of Waterloo, ON, Canada) about what’s happened in the field since his review of coated blade spray published in Bioanalysis and what the future could hold for solid-phase microextraction-based techniques.
We caught up with Stig Pedersen-Bjergaard (Professor at the Department of Pharmacy, University of Oslo, Norway) and asked him about the exciting developments in his research developing electromembrane extraction applications that have taken place since his 2018 publication in Bioanalysis.
To get a better understanding of the bioanalytical applications of chromatography we interviewed Makoto Tsunoda (University of Tokyo, Japan). Makoto described his research developing analytical methods to quantify endogenous compounds in a range of complex matrices.