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Conference and event highlights: July to September


As we begin to approach the summer holidays, the Bioanalysis Zone team has started planning for our upcoming conferences and events. We are looking forward to attending the BMSS meeting in Cambridge (UK) in September and have also started to prepare for AAPS (DC, USA) and EBF (Barcelona, Spain) in November. If you are attending any of these events, please contact Naamah Maundrell to put something in our diaries.

Scroll through our conference, event and workshop highlights for the next 3 months below and don’t forget to check out our full, comprehensive list on the Bioanalysis Zone events pages.

Also, to help us cover as many bioanalytical events as possible, if you are attending a conference or event and would be interested in writing a conference report please contact Georgi Makin for more information.



8–13 July: PREP 2018

The 31st International Symposium on Preparative and Process Chromatography.

Focused on the development, design optimization and operation of chromatographic processes and technology, PREP 2018 features keynote sessions addressing critical and emerging areas in preparative chromatography as well as opportunities to network with leading scientists in the field and engage with general oral and poster sessions.


9–12 July: Land O’Lakes Bioanalytical Conference

The 19th Annual Land O’Lakes Bioanalytical Conference: Bioanalysis in Support of Biotherapeutics.

The Division of Pharmacy Professional Development within the School of Pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA) is once again presenting the  annual Land O’Lakes conference – an educational forum for the discussion of issues and applications associated with the analysis of xenobiotics, metabolites, biologics and biomarkers in biological matrices.


6–9 August: Land O’Lakes Pharmaceutical Analysis Conference

The 58th Annual Land O’Lakes Pharmaceutical Analysis Conference: Analytical Considerations for a Comprehensive Control Strategy

Designed for pharmaceutical scientists who want to learn about the application of analytical techniques to pharmaceuticals, this conference’s key objectives are focussed on exploring and evaluating the components of a comprehensive control strategy, including the roles of different technologies, automation and regulatory bodies.


13–15 August: CPSA Brasil

Biopharmaceuticals and Biotechnology for Health: New Trends, Opportunities, Diagnostics and Beyond

CPSA Brasil aims to provide in-depth review of innovative technology and industry practices through open discussion of industry-related issues and needs. The event features symposia on industry issues and needs, analysis strategies and performance benchmarks as well as regulatory issues colloquia, and roundtables on commercial technology, mainstream applications and analysis trends.


11–13 September: BMSS Annual Meeting

The 39th British Mass Spectrometry Society Annual Meeting 2018

Organized in collaboration with the Joint Pharmaceutical Analysis Group (JPAG) and the International Reid Bioanalytical Forum (ChromSoc), this meeting offers a comprehensive program of scientific sessions including topics such as ion mobility and structure, proteomics and metabolomics and large molecule quantitation.

The Bioanalysis Zone team will be attending BMSS 2018! If you are also attending, drop Naamah Maundrell an email to put something in the diary. We cannot wait to see you there!


17–20 September: Land O’Lakes Drug Metabolism and Applied Pharmacokinetics Conference

The 21st Annual Drug Metabolism and Applied Pharmacokinetics Conference – New Opportunities for DMPK: The 21st Century Cures Act

In this conference, Land O’Lakes aim to discuss the current issues in selecting potential new therapeutic entities for drug development and current issues in drug metabolism, drug transport, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics. The objectives include the discussion of key challenges of DMPK and the role of ADME from drug discovery to development, with perspectives from experts in academia, industry and regulatory arenas.


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