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Biological Assays


Novel Strategies and Regulatory Guidance for Accelerating Product Development

May 04-06, 2015 · DoubleTree by Hilton Berkeley Marina · Berkeley, CA

Event Overview

Event Overview

Practical, Hands-On Advice On How to Develop and Maintain Your Potency Assay Program

Instead of covering outdated success stories, IBC's 25th Annual Bioassays Conference focuses on the practical solutions you need for overcoming today's industry challenges. The topics presented in this meeting are selected by bioassay scientists, like you, who face the challenges of developing, validating, transferring and maintaining bioassays.

Register today and join your colleagues in an open and dynamic environment as you discuss the latest technical, statistical and regulatory insights you need to ensure accurate CMC submissions.

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Keynotes Help You Create a Regulatory-Compliant Bioassay Program

Gerald M. Feldman, Ph.D.

Regulatory Requirements for Potency Assays
Gerald M. Feldman, Ph.D.
Senior Investigator

Pin Yee Wong, MSc

Preparing for PAIs
Pin Yee Wong, MSc
Associate Director

Create Efficient Bioassays

Hear 3 case studies on the impact of types of effector cells, use of biolayer interferometry and impact of CD55 and CD59 on cell surfaces and use of specific receptors - all to make the best bioassays.

Improve Development and Validation Efforts

Apply industry-leading strategies to establish the qualification of critical care reagents, utilize microcarrier technology to culture adherent cell lines and stage development efforts to generate validated assays.

Ensure CMC Success

Hear 4 case studies on how to streamline assay development, choose the right assay format and identify critical methods for successful product characterization.

Expedite Your Product to Market

Utilize novel technologies including mechanist live cell assays, approaches to PCR read-out systems and surrogate ADCP reporter assays to create quick and potent bioassays.

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Who Should Attend

This highly practical and technical conference is specially designed for scientists, analysts, statisticians and executives working in:

  • Analytical/assay development
  • Process development
  • Regulatory affairs
  • Quality control
  • Research and development
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