Conference - San Francisco, CA, United States
IBC's Inaugural event, Protein Aggregation, Stability & Solubility, is the conference to attend to reduce protein degradation and safeguard your product’s efficacy.
Only at this new scientific meeting will you find dedicated topics to help scientists and engineers minimize Protein Aggregation. The topics presented in this meeting are determined through the input of protein aggregation engineers and scientists like you who are looking to detect aggregation risks. Who Should Attend: Directors, Scientists (Principal, Senior, Research), Group Leaders and Engineers in: o Protein Science/Protein Engineering o Antibody Engineering/Antibody Therapeutics o Biopharmaceutical/Biologics/Biotherapeutics R&D o Discovery o Immunology / Preclinical Immunology / Clinical Immunology o Oncology/Cancer Research o Analytical Development/Sciences/Operations/R&D o Cell Culture o Purification/Downstream Processing o Process/Process Development o Formulation Development/Fill/Finish o Technology Development o Directors and Managers in: o Quality o Regulatory Affairs VPs, Directors, Heads and Managers in: o Manufacturing/Operations/Manufacturing Science & Technology BayBio
Organization: IBC Life Sciences (http://bit.ly/1he5lty)
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Special Offer: Save 20% off the Standard registration rates when you register with priority code D14200BayBio.
This offer is for new registrations only and cannot be combined with other offers.
June 04-06, 2014 (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
Grand Hyatt Hotel
San Francisco, CA 94108, USA
Contact: Dawn O'Connor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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