As part of our feature examining lab-on-a-chip technology, we interviewed lab-on-a-chip expert, Aaron Wheeler from the University of Toronto (Canada). Aaron described his experience and research in the field and explained to us that the age of lab-on-a-chip is upon us.
In this interview Sanyogitta Puri, Associate Director (AstraZeneca, Cambridge, UK), explores AstraZeneca’s involvement in the cell and gene therapy field.
Uma Kavita (Bristol-Myers Squibb, NJ, USA) discusses lipid nanoparticle drug products and explains the importance of immunogenicity assessments as well as some of the challenges with current regulatory guidance.
In this interview, Mark Bayliss (North Bristol NHS Trust, Southmead Hospital; Bristol, UK) discusses his bioanalytical career and explores the importance of bioanalysis through observations in made in his current research.
In this interview Robert Nelson, Associate Director of Science and Innovation at Covance (Geneva, Switzerland) discusses the importance of biomarkers in drug development, describing key aspects in the current guidance and key considerations to make in the development and validation process.
In this interview Ulrich Mayer, Technical Sales Specialist (Bio-Rad laboratories, CA, USA) talks about Bio-Rad’s capabilities with the generation of custom antibodies for assay development.
In this interview, Richard Kay (Wellcome Trust, University of Cambridge, UK) discusses his use of HRMS and QQQ for the analysis of the peptidome.
In this interview, Kevork Kalaydjian (ZefSci; QC, Canada) explores the changing perspectives towards cannabis and how bioanalytical scientists can help improve the understanding of the scientific benefits and limitations of cannabis and its derivatives.
In this podcast, we talk to Vibhor Gupta (Absorption Systems; PA, USA) about the importance of robust, reliable and accurate potency assays for cell and gene therapy products.
In this interview from 3DMedNet, Laura Mercolini (Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, Italy) discusses how the latest 3D printing techniques and technology are enhancing bioanalytical research: from sampling to sample handling, pretreatment and instrumental analysis.