Wednesday, June 13, 2012

The 8th Annual Bioassays & Bioanalytical Method Development Agenda is ready for Download!

In the face of industry cost-cutting and consolidation pressures, every day that you get inconclusive results is a day when your job is on the line, and a day that the sick spend further away from a cure. Whether your greatest challenges focus on identifying critical reagents, successfully transferring assays among work sites and partners, or statistical analysis of complex cell-based assays, the 8th annual Bioassays & Bioanalytical Method Development conference is the one event you must attend to maximize the accuracy, stability, efficiency, and transferability of your workstream.

Assembled specifically to meet the needs of the bioanalytical R&D community, this conference will allow you to maximize ROI on your analytical methods through crucial knowledge-sharing on latest industry regulations, troubleshooting, and intricate but necessary methods for cross-referencing the results of multiple different assays.

This year’s agenda will build your bioanalytical skills through:
  • • Two unique co-located full-day summits: “Immunogenicity University” and “Cell Based Assay Academy,” which will get scientists at all career stages equally comfortable with basic foundational techniques and prepared for the more detailed state-of-the-art case studies to follow
  • • Critical guidance on how to sequence and interpret multiple bioanalytical methods in your workstream
  • • Answers to your most pressing development challenges on assays for vaccines and virology
  • • Over 15 never-before-heard case studies presented by an international faculty of leaders in the bioanalytical R&D industry!
The 8th annual Bioassays and Bioanalytical Method Development Conference will take place October 1-3, 2012 in Berkeley, California. As a member of this LinkedIn group, when you register to join us today and mention code XP1768BLOG, you’ll save 15% off the standard rate! If you have any questions, feel free to contact Jennifer Pereira.

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