Submission Deadline: March 8, 2024
Participate with a Poster in this international forum to present your advanced research to the global bioanalytical community, share your knowledge and expertise and have open discussions with other colleagues on your cutting-edge research that can have an impact on the Drug Discovery and Development.
Poster Acceptance Criteria:
Each attendee is permitted to present only ONE poster, and there is no restriction of the number of co-authorships.
Abstracts must have minimum 300 words (longer abstracts are welcome!) in total including title, novel aspect, introduction, method, results and conclusion.
All the posters will be presented during one of the Main Workshop DAYs based on the topic of your poster to match the Main Workshop program.
The size of poster boards is 8'X4' (8 feet wide and 4 feet high).
AGAIN Poster Award: There will be poster contest at the 18th WRIB like in previous years, and presenters of 3 most outstanding posters (one from each Day) will each recieve free registration for next WRIB Main Workshop, as well as an interview by Bioanalysis Journal team, and appearing in a speical feature report in the Bioanalysis Journal and on Bioanalysis Zone.
WRIB is proud to announce that each year WRIB Poster Screening Committee follows extremely high standard in strictly selecting the best Posters based on 1) Novelty 2) Relevance and 3) Quality of Data/Research with a high rejection rate of over 50% (52% in 2023) of submitted abstracts.
Hence, as expected, the quality of the posters presented at the 17th WRIB was so high that the Award Committee took a while to score & select the winning ones.
Finally here is the list of WRIB 2023's poster award winners (in order of Poster Numbers):
"A Streamlined Strategy for Bioanalytical Qualification of Biomarker Assays in a Rare Matrix"
- Jennifer Getz, Genentech
"Immune Profiling by Flow Cytometry: Development and Validation of a 22-marker, 19-color ex vivo Stimulation and Intracellular Cytokine Staining (ICS) Assay to Assess Vaccine Induced Immune Responses in Human Vaccine Trials"
- Shannon McGrath, Moderna
"Application of RPLC-HRMS to Critical Reagent Characterization: Monitoring of Antibody Biotin Conjugation and Intact Protein Analysis"
- Yu Hui, PPD - Part of Thermo Fisher Scientific
Each Poster Award Winner will receive a free registration for 18th WRIB Main Workshop in San Antonio, as well as an interview by Bioanalysis Journal team, and appearing in a speical feature report in the Bioanalysis Journal and on Bioanalysis Zone.