Archival Breath Sampling Workshop

28 April 2016 09:30-16:00, Leicestershire, United Kingdom


Introduction
Following the highly successful session at the International Association of Breath Research 2015 in Vienna, and subsequent informal follow on discussions, the Molecular Spectroscopy Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry in conjunction with the Horizon 2020 Project TOXI-triage is organising this workshop/master class on archival breath sampling to share:
  • best practice in the acquisition, stabilisation, storage and analysis of exhaled breath samples;
  • opportunities for standardisation of methods and materials;
  • ideas for the adoption of common practices across research communities where practicable.

The workshop will be based on practitioner presentations, posters and table-top exercises.  This event is intended to enable investigators to benchmark and align their breath sampling methods and provide expert, informal and friendly instruction on archival breath sampling to researchers new to this area.

The most important elements of this workshop will be the poster session and the subsequent table top exercises and all attendees are encouraged to bring materials to display.

Places are limited and some travel bursaries are available for PhD students, so please don't delay in registering.

Enquiries should be address to Paul Thomas; c.l.p.thomas@lboro.ac.uk
 
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TOXI-triage, H2020, 653409
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Burleigh Court Conference Centre, Loughborough University

Burleigh Court Conference Centre, Loughborough University, Off Ashby Road (A512), Loughborough University (West Park), Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3GR, United Kingdom

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Molecular Spectroscopy Group, Royal Society of Chemistry
Chemistry, Loughborough University.
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