Assay Development and Validation for Biomolecules
July 24-25, 2012
Why Should You Attend
Gain a fundamental understanding of successful bioanalytical assay development and validation. Get hands-on experience with designing and developing an ELISA. After assay optimization, the ELISA will be validated by considering ICH guideline Q2(R1) and FDA Guidance: Bioanalytical Method Validation. Gain an appreciation for the complexities involved in biopharmaceutical analysis. Learn about troubleshooting, data analysis and experimental design. This course is composed of primarily hands-on activities with some lecture.
Attend and You Will Learn
- In-depth operation of ELISA
- How to design, develop, optimize and validate an ELISA
- How to work with nonlinear data
- Critical sources of variability in ELISAs
- Bioanalytical method development and validation
Who Should Attend
- Professionals new to the biopharmaceutical industry or entering new work assignments encompassing analytical or QC environments.
- Professionals with previous QC/analytical experience who want to learn new techniques and/or broaden their understanding.
Attend and You Will Receive
- 1.4 CEUs
- Morning coffee
- Afternoon beverage break
- Certificate of attendance
$1150 (20% discount available to employees of BMF companies and those companies with 5 or more attendees; 50% for academic affiliated faculty/staff); special discount for members of the Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology (SIMB).
You can register for this course through our online registration system.