The 15th WRIB (Workshops on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis) is built on the success of the previous meetings, especially the 14th WRIB where over 1000 professionals representing pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical companies, CROs, and multiple regulatory agencies convened (virtually) to discuss current topics of interest in bioanalysis. High Quality, better compliance to regulations and scientific excellence have always been the foundations of WRIB.
15th WRIB (an in-person meeting) will take place on Sep. 27-Oct. 1, 2021 in Orlando Disney Springs, FL, USA - Come to enjoy the sun and fun in Disney Springs while discussing challenging science and regulations in bioanalysis!
WRIB requires all in-person attendees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Furthermore, WRIB will also be implementing extra safety measures to ensure the health and safety of all the attendees, such as:
And what is more, Hotel requires all hotel employees wearing face masks onsite to ensure maximum safety at the hotel too.
In case you are not able to travel, you have the option to attend WRIB remotely with 15% reduced registration fee - simply because you are missing all the fun and face to face interactions at an in-person meeting!
Even if you have to attend remotely, you will be able to join LIVE every session through livestreaming broadcasted from each session room each day at WRIB, and ask your questions directly to speakers remotely! And in case you missed anything, of course you can also view all the sessons recordings on-demand afterwards.
Moreover, you will be able to switch between the two attendance options if your travel situation changes in the near future by either paying additional 15% to switch from remote to in-person, or being refunded 15% to switch from in-person to remote. Hence register early to save even if you are not sure yet if you can travel.
Each year WRIB program provides you with novel case studies and emerging approaches because it is the only program built on White Paper recommendations/consensus from the previous years to ensure no repetitions of same discussions but a continuous evolution of Science & Regulations & Technology applications in Bioanalysis, Biomarkers, Immunogenicity, Gene & Cell Therapy and Vaccines!
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:
15th WRIB continues to feature the unique 3-DAY Main Workshop sequential program including Main Workshop DAY 1, DAY 2 and DAY 3 with no parallel sessions for those aiming for full immersion in Bioanalysis.
However, for those into certain focus, you have the flexibility to select 2-DAY Main Workshop program by choosing either 2-DAY LBA, Flow Cytometry & qPCR Track (DAY 1 & DAY 2) or 2-DAY Mass Spectrometry Track (DAY 2 & DAY 3) based on your specific field of interest and learning needs.
In addition to the 3-DAY Main Workshop program, there will also be 7 Full-Day Specialized Workshops dedicated for advanced training and specific focus spreading throughout the week to give you many choices to combine Main Workshop DAYs with these Specialized Workshops to maximize your learning process at any level in your field of expertise.
15th WRIB will continue its Traditional Interactive Regulators' Sessions including Presentations and Panel Discussions with Global Regulators on Bioanalysis, Biomarkers, Immunogenicity, Gene Therapy, Cell Therapy and Vaccines! Come to Hear Regulators' Advice and Ask them Questions Directly!
You can also Submit Online Your questions to Regulators before the meeting (anonymously if you choose to) and we will forward these questions to the relevant regulators so they can be addressed during the meeting.
Participating Regulators at the 15th WRIB will again include all Major and Influential Regulatory Agencies in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Like the previous editions, 15th WRIB will again be
You can find more information on WRIB through published article Looking beyond the WRIB Decennial Index of the White Papers in Bioanalysis.
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.