AOAC INTERNATIONAL Midwest Section Meeting and Exposition
Date: June 3-5, 2024
Location: Hilton Chicago / Oak Brook Hills
Join us at the AOAC INTERNATIONAL Midwest Section Meeting to network with experts, attend insightful sessions, and stay updated on advancements in analytical sciences. Mark your calendar and be part of the innovation!
Hosted by Merieux NutriSciences
We are excited to announce that Merieux NutraSciences will host this year’s Midwest Section AOAC INTERNATIONAL Meeting and Exposition. As a global food safety, quality, and nutrition leader, their expertise perfectly aligns with our mission to foster innovation and collaboration in analytical sciences.
Our Sponsors and Exhibitors
Together We Power Innovation
Thanks to our sponsors and exhibitors for successfully organizing the Midwest Section AOAC INTERNATIONAL Meeting and Exposition. Their support fuels innovation, facilitates knowledge exchange, and enhances the attendee experience, driving progress in our community!
Meet Our President
Dr. Jay A. Alappat holds a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry and has postdoctoral experience in natural products’ chemistry and molecular biology. Dr. Alappat has worked in the fields of R&D, manufacturing,
and quality control of food, feed, and Dietary Supplements; and he is proficient in developing
chromatographic and spectroscopic methods.
About the Midwest Section AOAC
The geographic area of the Midwest Section AOAC International shall be the states of North Dakota, Nebraska, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, South Dakota, Montana, and Wisconsin. The address of the Section shall be that of the current president.
The section shall promote and support the purpose and objectives of the Association, “promoting quality measurements and methods validation in the analytical sciences, “as stated in the “AOAC INTERNATIONAL Bylaws,” Article II, by:
1. Promoting interest and participation in the Association’s purpose and programs.
2. Providing a regional focus and forum for the Association and its members and addressing regional analytical needs.
3. Providing a means of increasing analytical scientists’ knowledge and technical skills, primarily through seminars, forums, workshops, and other similar technical updates.
4. Providing means to improve communications with the Association’s membership.
5. Identifying and communicating with appropriate non-member laboratories, organizations, educational institutions, firms, and individuals in the region to encourage their participation in Section and Association programs; and
6. Developing cooperative relationships with educational institutions, government, industry, and other organizations interested in method development and validation.