In addition to the Sequential 3 Main Workshop Days, 4 full-day Training Courses and 2 full-day Specialized Sessions will spread throughout the week to give you the flexibility to choose different combination of Workshop Days and Courses/Specialized Sessions based on your specific track of interest and learning needs.
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Specialized Session M-1- full-day specialized session
"In depth understanding of Biomarkers' Challenges to maximize Method Development skills, troubleshooting and Validation to meet both Scientific & Regulatory current Requirements" *Novel state-of-the-art Session*
Training Course M-2 - full-day training 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
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*
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*
Specialized Session F-1 - full-day specialized session
"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 training 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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