Six Training Courses Throughout the Week

In addition to the Sequential 3 Main Workshop Days, 6 full-day Training Courses will spread throughout the week to give you the  flexibility to choose different combination of Workshop Days and Courses based on your specific track of interest and learning needs.

Monday Training Courses - April 3, 2017

  • Training Course M-1full-day course

    "In depth understanding of Biomarkers' Challenges to maximize Method Development skills, troubleshooting and Validation to meet both Scientific & Regulatory current Requirements"

  • Training Course M-2 - full-day course

    "Keeping pace with Antibody Drug Conjugates' (ADC) recent developments: Advanced Small & Large Molecules LCMS-based Workflows"  - Accelerate your LCMS Method Development and Generate New Strategies in this unbelievably fast-expanding field

Tuesday Training Course - April 4, 2017

  • Training Course T-1 for LBA scientists - full-day course

    "LBA Biotherapeutics Advanced Method Development Challenges, Solutions and New Industry Standards *A Brand NEW Course with NEW Case Studies*

Thursday Training Course - April 6, 2017

  • Training Course Th-1 for LCMS scientists - full-day course

    "LCMS Small Molecules Sensitivity & Selectivity (S&S) Challenges, Solutions, and New Industry Standards *A Brand NEW Course with NEW Case Studies*

Friday Training Courses - April 7, 2017

  • Training Course F-1 full-day course

    "Advanced Immunogenicity of Biotherapeuticis: Coping with the Evolving Challenges and Overcoming Scientific & Regulatory Issues- An in-depth highly focused training on mastering immunogenicity to design & develop the right ADA/Nab Assay for any specific program, from initial immunogenicity detection to late stage clinical trials ADA assessment tools incorporation

  • Training Course F-2 - full-day course

    "Large Molecules Bioanalytical Method Development by LCMS Specifically and Systematically Designed for Scientists with LBA Background" - Learn LCMS Step by Step in order to Discover the Potential of LCMS as an Alternative / Complementary Technique to LBA

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