Introduction to Antibody Engineering: Add on our most popular training course
Taking place April 19 - 21, 2022 // 09:00am - 11:30am Japan Standard Time (JST)
Also available for West Coast: April 18 - 20, 2022 // 05:00pm - 07:30pm Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
Complete your learning with our most popular training course, Introduction to Antibody Engineering, now available to purchase as an add-on option to the free-to-attend Asia 1-day webcast series. This is your opportunity to take embed your knowledge or dive deeper into the fundamental antibody engineering concepts and applications.
Save $200 if you register by March 25, 2022.
Introduction to Antibody Engineering: Interactive Digital training course
April 19-21 Japan time 9:00am-11:30am (JST)
April 18-20 Pacific Time 5:00pm-7:30pm (PST)
Embed your knowledge prior to Antibody Engineering & Therapeutics Asia with the extremely popular training course, Introduction to Antibody Engineering.
Whether you are looking for a refresher on antibody engineering concepts and applications, are new to the field, or have new responsibilities in antibody/protein engineering & therapeutics-related department, this training course is designed to help you overcome your hurdles and accelerate your development in the field.
Delivered over 3 days in easily digestible 2.5-hour modules, the knowledge gained from this comprehensive training course is invaluable.
Want to train your entire team? Contact Jessica Purnell for information about group (+4) pricing options at Jessica.Purnell@informa.com or call: +44 (0)20 7551 9521.
Spaces are limited so be sure to register early!
Today’s wealth of knowledge of protein structures will be reviewed along with the genetics of diversity generation of antibodies, to give insights into the best strategies for improving protein function. There is particular emphasis on the choice of a functional assay to monitor effectively the changes in a desired property, and the use of functional enrichment steps where a library approach is employed. Not only is amino acid sequence amenable to may also be engineered. The course will focus on the engineering and enhancement of antibodies and antibody-like scaffolds. Examples will include work on antibody by diverse approaches and the adaptation to generate Chimeric Antibody Receptor (CAR) constructs will be discussed. Expression platforms for producing antibodies for testing and for manufacture will also be covered. A background in biochemistry and molecular biology is useful, as the course is designed to progress rapidly from simple to advanced concepts.
Topics Covered Include:
- Functions amenable to engineering: Affinity, specificity, stability, solubility, immunogenicity
- The measure of success: functional assays
- Engineering by design
- Engineering by random mutation
- Immunogenicity engineering
- Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs)
- CAR-T strategies
- Designed libraries
- Expression of antibodies and fragments for discovery
- Display technologies
- Improving manufacturing by protein engineering methods
- Glycosylation engineering – function and homogeneity
Meet the Instructor
Dave Bramhill, Ph.D., helped establish the Merck antibody discovery and development department. He has had responsibilities in several vaccine development projects at Merck and as a consultant more recently. He has advised multiple start-up companies developing novel chemistries and enzymatic strategies for bioconjugation, applied to ADCs, peptides and other products.
TIMING DOESN'T WORK? TAKE PART IN JUNE!
Come along to the second running of Introduction to Antibody Engineering.
1-3 June, 2022
3:00PM-5:30PM BST // 10:00AM-12:30PM EDT