ERP Proposal SPDS Set 2


I have more than 30 years of comprehensive experience in analytical method development and validation, using a wide variety of analytical techniques. My expertise is in development and validation of analytical methods with particular emphasis on HPLC, LC-MS applications and bioactivity guided preparative separation of complex mixtures and analysis of biological samples and dietary supplements. In addition to HPLC technique I have significant experience with atomic absorption spectroscopy (AA), inductively coupled plasma emission spectroscopy (ICP), photoacoustic spectroscopy (PA), UV-Vis spectroscopy, elemental analysis, mass spectrometry (MS), gas chromatography (GC), GC-MS, LC-MS, NMR and wet techniques. Before founding GAAS Corporation/GAAS Analytical, I served as director of the Analytical Core at an NIH funded Botanical Center (Arizona Center for Phytomedicine Research). The Facility focused on quantitation and identification of natural products and dietary supplements, particularly anti-inflammatory compounds from turmeric, ginger and boswellia. I developed methods to analyze these compounds from the plant materials, extracts, commercially available dietary supplements and from different biological matrices. I also developed and validated new assay methods according to cGLP regulations, to quantify novel cancer drugs in plasma and urine using QQQ LC/MS technique; identifying metabolites of new cancer drugs in plasma and urine using TOF LC/MS technique and calculating pharmacokinetic parameters. I am an active member of AOAC International; I joined the organization in 2002. Currently I am member of AOAC’s Stakeholder Panel on Dietary Supplements and member of various working groups. I have participated in multiple AOAC organized collaborative studies (glucosamine, ginkgo, saw palmetto) in order to validate analytical methods to be used by the dietary supplement industry. I was Horwitz advisor of AOAC until the restructuring the Official Methods of Analysis (OMA) process in January 2008, when the role of method advisors and Horwitz advisors was retired. For 5 years I have been serving as member of the Presidential Task Force on Dietary Supplements of AOAC, and also served as member of Expert Review Panels of AOAC. I was selected in June 2015 to serve a 5 year term as the member of USP’s Non-botanical Dietary Supplements Expert Committee. FULL CV: Solyom_ March 2015.pdf Darryl Sullivan is a Fellow of AOAC and has been an active member since 1980. He has served terms as secretary, president-elect, president, past president, and director of the Board of Directors, and previously served a three-year term as chair of the Official Methods Board, and is currently serving as Chair of the AOAC Stakeholder Panel on Infant Formula and Adult Nutritionals. In 2012 Darryl lead a very successful AOAC engagement with government and industry thought leaders in India and China on behalf of SPIFAN. He is also active with the Stakeholder Panel for Strategic Food Analytical Methods and the Stakeholder Panel for Agent Detection Assays. Sullivan also served a three-year term as a director on the AOAC Research Institute Board of Directors. He was a founding member and chair of the Presidential Task Force on Dietary Supplements and a member of the Task Force on Bacillus anthracis, as well as the AOAC Task Force on Nutrition Labeling and the AOAC Task Force on Sulfites. Prior to chairing the OMB, he served as a member and chair of the Methods Committee on Commodity Foods and Commodity Products. Sullivan was a founding member of the AOAC Technical Division on Reference Materials and served three terms on the Division's Executive Board. A staunch supporter of the Association, Sullivan was active in the e-CAM and Scholar I projects at AOAC, has exhibited at the annual meetings for many years, has presented hundreds of papers and posters at AOAC meetings and regularly publishes his research in the journal of the AOAC. He has also presented a significant number of papers on behalf of AOAC at other scientific meetings in many different parts of the world. SULLIVAN, DARRYL

FULL CV:, Darryl CV.pdf




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