Craig S. Young received a Master’s Degree in Organometallic Chemistry from the University of Utah Department of Chemistry, where he then held a position as organic chemistry lecturer for ten years.
He has spent many years as a field-based LC/LCMS Product Specialist for several companies and now serves as HPLC Product Manager for Shimadzu Scientific Instruments in Columbia, Maryland. He has authored numerous papers and technical notes in the field of analytical HPLC:
- PittCon 2017 Poster 1130-12: Yohei Arao, Tairo Ogura, Craig Young, Paul Winkler, Scott Kuzdzal, Laura Chambers, “A Goal-Oriented Approach to the Quantitative Determination of Cannabinoids by HPLC”
- C.S. Young, J. Dolan, Success with Evaporative Light Scattering, Part 2, LCGC Magazine 22(3) 2-5, March 2004.
- C.S. Young, J. Dolan, Success with Evaporative Light Scattering, Part 1, LCGC Magazine 21(1) 120-128, February 2003.
- C.S. Young, Evaporative Light Scattering Detection Methodology for Carbohydrate Analysis by HPLC Cereal Foods World 47(1) 14-16 (2002).
- C.S. Young, The HPLC Analysis of Salicin-Containing White Willow Bark Extract Using Evaporative Light Scattering Detection, LCGC Application Notebook, 47 (February 2004).
- C.S. Young, C.R. Campbell, R. DeMuro, A Single-Point Dual-Gradient HPLC System for Increased Sample Throughput, LCGC Application Notebook, 74 (September 2003).
- C.S. Young, Evaporative Light Scattering Detection as a Complement to UV for Flavor Profiling Peppers by HPLC, LCGC Application Notebook, 41 (February 2003)
- C.S. Young, The Determination of Glycerol in Wine by HPLC with Low Temperature Evaporative Light Scattering Detection, LCGC Application Notebook, 22 (August 2002).