Join the LISCC and NYSCC Chapter for a weekend of skiing or boarding. The event is open for the entire family and we will offer one to three days
Join the LISCC and NYSCC Chapter for a weekend of skiing or boarding. The event is open for the entire family and we will offer one to three days of skiing or boarding. We have deeply discounted lift tickets for either; one, two or three days: Friday, February 7; Saturday February 8 and Sunday, February 9. Some people will be traveling after work on Thursday, February 6 and returning the morning of Sunday, February 9. We have added the third day for diehard skiers and boarders who want to get in a few more runs.
On Friday, February 7, the NYSCC will be sponsoring a networking dinner with a speaker. The event will begin with Cocktail Hour at 6pm followed but dinner at 7pm (dinner is open to everyone in attendance). A group rate at Hampton Inn is available for all guests. Transportation is on your own.
Adult Lift Tickets (Ages 19 – 64)
1 Day (Friday) – $55
1 Day (Saturday) – $75
1 Day (Sunday) – $75
2 Days (Friday & Saturday) – $130
Youth, Ages, 7-18 & Senior, Age 65+
1 Day (Friday) – $51
1 Day (Saturday) – $69
1 Day (Sunday) – $69
2 Days (Friday & Saturday) – $119
Rental Equipment rates
1 Day Ski / Snowboard / Helmet – $43 Adult, $31 Youth/Senior
2 Day Ski / Snowboard / Helmet – $74 Adult, $49 Youth / Senior
Lodging at Hampton Inn
SCC has a room rate for $170.00/night and the block is good for 15 rooms.
Dinner on Friday, 2/7
Please notify Vlad by email at email@example.com when registration for lift tickets / rentals is complete.
Questions about skiing and/or boarding, please contact:
Vlad Onyshchak, firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-531-1726
Ina Schlenoff, email@example.com or 631-531-1244
Amy Marshall, firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-391-6294
Impact of FDA monograph on sunscreen formulations; formulating with inorganic sunscreens.
Presented by, Hani Fares, Ph. D.
The proposed rules published by the FDA in the Federal Register in February 2019 had the biggest impact on sunscreen formulations since the publication of the first tentative monograph in August1978. In this presentation, the MUsT (Maximal Usage Trial) study conducted by the FDA that led to the proposed changes will be discussed as well as the impact of those changes on future formulations.
In addition, an in-depth review of formulation strategies with zinc and titanium oxides will be presented. Methodologies used to screen various types of inorganic sunscreens such as zeta potential, contact angle, particle size analysis, SEM microscopy and Hegman gauge will be presented and compared. The effect of particle size on SPF and skin whitening will be discussed. Differences between formulating inorganic sunscreens in O/W and W/O emulsions and their impact on water resistance and formulation stability will be reviewed. The addition of polymers and SPF boosters to increase SPF and water resistance will be presented along with some in vivo SPF testing data.
The work presented will enable formulators to get a head-start to adapt their formulations to the guidelines set forth by the FDA and prepare them to formulate efficiently with inorganic sunscreens.
Dr. Fares started his career in personal care studying the effect of solvents on sunscreen chemicals. His interest in skin drug delivery especially from polymeric matrices grew during his graduate work at Rutgers, where he completed his Ph. D. in Pharmaceutics.
Dr. Fares worked at Block Drug and GlaxoSmithKline where he held positions in research and development in the areas of skincare and oral care. After that, he joined L’Oreal where he held several positions of increasing responsibility leading to AVP of skincare. He is currently the Senior Director of skincare and oral care at Ashland Specialty Ingredients. Dr. Fares is the author of many publications, and patents and made many presentations in national and international meetings in the areas of suncare, skincare, and oral care. Dr Fares sits on the NYSCC scientific committee and has won multiple awards in the area of sun care and polymer chemistry.