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Starting 18-19 October 2021
LIVE 2-Day Online Course running Eastern Standard Time Day One: 8am - 5pm EST Day Two: 8am - 1:15pm EST
Starting 18-19 October 2021

LIVE 2-Day Online Course running Eastern Standard Time Day One: 8am - 5pm EST Day Two: 8am - 1:15pm EST

utilize statistical concepts to improve efficiences across bioassay design, development, validation and monitoring

Learn the essential computational processes necessary to analyze data from bioassays and immunoassays

We look forward to welcoming you to the Analysing Bioassays And Immunoassays course!

The ConnectMe digital event platform is now open for next week's BioProcess International Academy LIVE Online Course: Analyzing Bioassays & Immunoassays starting on October 18 – 19 and running on Day One: 8am - 5pm EST - Day Two: 8am – 1:15pm EST.

All presentations will be recorded and made available on demand after the event for 30 days.

Course Leaders: David Lansky, Ph.D. Precision Bioassay, Inc. &  Anna Hofmeister Lonza Visp

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Bioassay Design, Development, Analysis, Validation, and Monitoring

This course will emphasize the statistical concepts needed for bioassays. Key ideas will be illustrated with useful and relevant examples. Other examples will illustrate how these statistical concepts give insight into the properties of bioassays and how these ideas and properties inform the choices we make in bioassay development, bioassay design, validation, and monitoring. Examples (mostly from cell-based bioassays, some using robotics) will illustrate strategic ways to design bioassays that are practical in the lab and statistically sound. A modular approach to assay design supports use of design of experiments (DOE), easy tuning of assay size to achieve different performance targets for different intended uses, facilitates monitoring, and helps standardize many elements of bioassay design across different assay systems. Examples will highlight how DOE strategies change through bioassay development, when measuring the capability of a bioassay, when demonstrating robustness, when improving an existing bioassay, and when doing validation. We will cover ways that these strategic assay design considerations, when combined with good assay analysis methods, also support good assay monitoring with graphical and quantitative tools as part of a lifecycle approach.

Live Online Academies

Gain real-time access to a subject matter expert delivering online training in a structured virtual classroom environment. Live online academies are virtual versions of some of our most popular face-to-face courses.

Over 2 days students will learn through:

  • Live interactive sessions
  • Direct interaction with the trainer during live sessions
  • Participation in interactive features within sessions including polls, Q&A, break out rooms, tasks, case studies, and more
  • Revisiting recorded sessions with unlimited access for 30 days
  • Interaction with peers during live sessions and through the online forum

Timings and dates are subject to change - final confirmation will be provided with login details. Delegates will receive login instructions within a week of the course start date. If you have any questions please contact lifesciences-training@informa.com.

What will you learn?

Bioassay Design

How common methods in bioassay labs produce statistically complex designs. How to recognize and describe these designs. How to design bioassays that are practical to perform and statistically sound. Using DoE in bioassays.

Analysing Bioassays

Strategies for managing outliers in bioassays and dealing with non-constant variation in bioassay data.

Setting Product Specifications

Looking at clinical experience, manufacturing experience and assay and process capability.

Bioassay Tools

Selected tools for strategic thinking about bioassay: e.g.; throughput, total error, sources of bias.

Assay Lifecycle

How to take practical steps towards a lifecycle approach to bioassay management.

Who is this course for?

Those who are involved with the design, development, analysis, validation, monitoring, transfer, updating, and management of biological assays will benefit from this course. This includes bench scientists, assay managers, those responsible for planning and analyzing bioassay validation experiments, statisticians who are new to bioassay, as well as senior and upper level managers who have responsibility for bioassay development and validation.

Quality Control

Analyst

IBI

The trainers' performance was simple to understand and covered all the areas I needed training in.

Delegates of our live online academies said...

94%

would attend another live online academy

97%

found the course beneficial to their day to day role

97%

would recommend the course to others

CPD Certified

Engaging in Continuing Professional Development ensures that both academic and practical qualifications do not become out-dated or obsolete; allowing individuals to continually ‘up skill’ or ‘re-skill’ themselves, regardless of occupation, age or educational level. This course has been assessed and is CPD certified.