PITTSBURGH - The Pittsburgh Conference has announced the opening of registration for Pittcon 2009 Short Courses to be held March 7-13, 2009. Courses are offered in more than 60 topic areas and will range in length from half to two-day sessions. They are designed for beginning, intermediate or advanced students to further technical knowledge and provide intensive practical training in specific disciplines. Topics offered include a hands-on example of how to develop a PLS regression model, quality assurance of FT-IR spectra, qualification and validation of lab equipment and systems, an introduction to helium ion microscopy and its analytical capabilities, and basic concepts and practices of drug metabolism for analytical chemists.
For additional information, visit www.pittcon.org.