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May 05-07, 2014 · DoubleTree by Hilton Berkeley Marina · Berkeley, CA
"Great conference with excellent content. There was nearly no redundancy and all the topics complemented each other." - Dr. Leonard Blackwell, Principal Scientist, BioTherapeutics Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pfizer
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This highly practical and technical conference is specially designed for scientists, analysts, assay statisticians and managers who work with biological assays during biotech and biopharmaceutical development or routine product release. Regulatory and Quality Assurance professionals who deal with submitting or overseeing complex assays can also gain much needed insight to successfully deal with biological assays.
"Good balance of key opinion leaders with individuals on the front lines facing the challenges implementing best practices." - Dr. Matt Hanson, Senior Scientist, Quality Assurance, Promega Corporation
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Keynote Address: Interested in the future of bioassays? Hear about new technical and regulatory trends from one of the industry's most seasoned and knowledgeable practitioners.
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Each year we discuss the nitty-gritty details of what goes wrong and how you can avoid these looming pitfalls. Bioassay scientists from around the world gather at this conference because they know that the most current topics, trends and problems will be discussed in an open and dynamic environment.
IBC's 24th annual bioassay event is the longest-running conference which tackles the critical potency bioassay. Only at this conference will you find just the right mix of educational, technical, statistical and regulatory input you need to do your job better. The topics presented in this meeting are determined through the input of bioassay scientists like you who are also trying to overcome the challenges of developing, validating, transferring and maintaining bioassays.