The agenda of the meeting will come online before the end of 2018
For the 5th EBF YSS (Young Scientist Symposium), we will invite you to Bologna (Italy), home of the oldest university Europe with a history of over 900 years.
In this meeting, young scientist will come together to discuss the evolution of their industry, from updates to guidelines to overcoming issues in the lab and new technologies being adopted by their peers.
The meeting consists of 2 parts:
|1.||In the afternoon of March 21st, and building on the success of last year, we will again organise Science Café: “Regulations – The future is ours”|
|The YSS-OC will prepare a dynamic panel discussion where all of you can contribute|
|Theme: With the FDA BMV Guidance recently released and implemented and ICH M10 harmonisation Guideline at our doorsteps, we will try to engage you, the young scientist community, on how you feel modern Guidelines can support good science. You will have the opportunity to exchange views and opinion on the updates and discuss aspects adopted within your laboratory. The outcome may be used to provide young scientist industry feedback to the ICH M10 Guideline at the public consultation period.|
|2.||Plenary meeting session on March 22nd:|
|. Quantification of proteins/peptides/protein biomarkers|
|. Are we implementing new technologies?|
|. Recent developments, successes and challenges in the lab|
|. Advancements in clinical/medical bioanalysis|
|. Technology developments, challenges and opportunities in Drugs of abuse testing/TDM/home sampling|
|. New developments and reagent characterization of LBA assay|