The 13th WRIB (April 1-5, 2019, New Orleans) will be built on the success of the previous meetings, especially the 12th WRIB where over 900 professionals representing pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical companies, CROs and multiple regulatory agencies convened to discuss current topics of interest in bioanalysis, biomarkers, and immunogenicity. High Quality, better compliance to regulations and scientific excellence are always the foundations of this workshop.
While the 13th WRIB will continues its well-established tradition to provide Novel Solutions in Drug Discovery/Development and promote Innovation in Method Development in Bioanalysis, Biomarkers and Immunogenicity, the 2019 edition will also have a very special focus on the ICH M10 Draft Bioanalytical Method Validation Guideline (expected issuance for public consultation: Jan. 2019). Let's work altogether to provide official Recommendations to ICH in the 2019 White Paper in Bioanalysis!
**Important Deadline** Poster Abstract Submission Deadline is January 21, 2019
In this busy and fast paced environment, it is great to attend a conference that organizes everything for you so all you need to do is to focus on your learning:
The 13th WRIB will feature again the novel and unique 3-Day Sequential Program during the Main Workshop Days (Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3) with no parallel sessions for a Full immersion in Bioanalysis. Moreover, attendees have the flexibility to choose Main Workshop Days based on their specific track of interest and learning needs.
In addition to the 3-Day Sequential Main Workshop Days, there will be 6 Full-Day Training Sessions spreading throughout the week to give attendees many choices to combine Main Workshop Days and Training Sessions to maximize the learning process at any level in any field of expertise.
Participating Regulators at the 13th WRIB will again include all Major and Influential Regulatory Agencies in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Like the previous editions, 13th WRIB will again be
High quality, better compliance to regulations, and scientific excellence have been and will always be the foundation of the WRIB!
We look forward to seeing you next April in New Orleans!
WRIB is organized by CFABS, a non-profit scientific organization dedicated to promote exchange of knowledge and sharing of ideas in analytical and bioanalytical sciences.
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