As the 18th Annual Land O’ Lakes bioanalytical conference draws to a close, Bioanalysis Zone has a look at what other bioanalytical conferences are coming up over the next three months.
What? The 2017 International Symposium on Separations of Proteins, Peptides and Polynucleotides (ISPPP) brings together experts in biological molecule separations, delivering cutting-edge presentations on the key developments and applications in the field. For this year’s conference be sure to look out for new and emerging techniques in separation and mass spectrometry.
When and Where? 19–21 July at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia (PA,USA).
What? Run by the Chromatographic society, the International Reid Bioanalytical Forum offers an inclusive and supportive environment for early career scientists to learn from experts, with sessions on various topics in bioanalysis, including: emerging trends, new technologies, method development and validation. This year marks the first time part of the conference will be live-streamed by Bioanalysis Zone, allowing for scientists all around the world to view the first session.
When and Where? 4–7 September at the Cambridge Belfry in Cambourne (UK)
What? The 38th annual meeting, chaired by Gavin O’Connor aims to bring together scientists involved in all aspects of mass spectrometry to share ideas and developments in the field. Sessions include: Mass Spectrometry in Medicine, Clinical and Forensic analysis using Mass Spectrometry and innovative separation methods for Mass Spectrometry.
When and Where? 4–7 September at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester (UK)
What? This year’s Applied Pharmaceutical Analysis (APA) meeting includes a number of speakers from the US FDA discussing various topics from the FDA perspective such as: immunogenicity assays, non-clinical studies and regulatory approval. In addition, the meeting will also host numerous workshops on regulated bioanalysis and discovery.
When and Where? 18–20 September at the Omni Providence Hotel (RI, USA)