Tom Jupille has been a practicing chromatographer for more than 40 years, during which he has written more than 30 papers on chromatography and related subjects. He worked primarily in GC in the late ’60s, switching to TLC in the early ’70s and then to HPLC and ion chromatography in late ’70s. His career has focused on instrument and column development and user support, providing a broad foundation of practical experience to call on as an instructor.
Over the past 25 years, Tom Jupille has presented courses and seminars in the field of chromatography to more than 3000 students. In addition to teaching, he has been involved in the development and support of computer modeling techniques for chromatography method development. He is President of LC Resources and a Consulting Editor for LCGC . He is probably best known as the moderator of the popular Chromatography Forum on-line chromatography discussion group.
John W. Dolan
John Dolan is perhaps best known as the editor/author of the monthly column “LC Troubleshooting” (1983- present) in LCGC. In addition, Dr. Dolan has written more than 130 papers on HPLC and related topics. He is the coauthor of Troubleshooting HPLC Systems, High-Performance Gradient Elution, and Introduction to Modern Liquid Chromatography, three authoritative books in the field. Dr. Dolan is the recipient of the Palmer Award (Minnesota Chromatography Forum) and the Dal Nogare Award (Chromatography Forum of Delaware Valley).
Dr. Dolan’s experience in two different analytical instrument companies, and involvement in design and writing the DryLab software give him a solid background in instrumentation and software. Fifteen years managing LC Resources’ Laboratory Services group provided a unique “hands-on” perspective in pharmaceutical product development, analysis of drugs in biological systems, and other practical HPLC applications.. He has taught HPLC techniques to more than 10,000 of students over the last 30 years. He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of LCGC and a member of the Council of Experts for the United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP).
LC Resources Inc. was established in 1984 by John Dolan and Lloyd Snyder to develop software, services, and training for HPLC method development and implementation. Tom Jupille joined the company in 1985 to lend his expertise in training, software development, and marketing.
In 1988, LC Resources established a laboratory for use in the validation of numerical models in DryLab® software and for support of consulting services. In 1991, the lab was expanded to provide additional support for the company’s consulting services and to respond to the growing demand for contract laboratory services, particularly from the pharmaceutical industry. The laboratory was acquired by Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. in 2002, and operated under the name BASi Northwest Laboratory, Inc. until 2012 when its operations were transferred to BAS facilities in Indiana.. The long-established and successful method development software, DryLab, is now part of Molnar Institute.
LC Resources Inc. was dissolved in 2016; LC Resources continues to operate as a private consultancy of Tom Jupille and John Dolan. The current business activities of the company focus on live on the web and on-site courses in HPLC and related techniques and draw on a wealth of experience in HPLC theory and practice.
Our training courses cover comprehensive HPLC basics, HPLC of small molecules, chromatography of biomolecules, advanced topics in method development, troubleshooting separations and instrumentation, LC-MS, and special topics. LC Resources offers these courses for open enrollment and as customized in-house training.
On-site consulting by the senior staff of the company addresses specific HPLC challenges in industry. For information on consulting services, please call (925) 297-5374, or e-mail us.
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