The Latest Trends in Biopharmaceutical Analysis: A Virtual Symposium

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Webinar Date/Time: Tuesday, December 5th, 2023 Morning Session: 10am EST | 7am PST | 4pm CET | 3pm CMT Afternoon Session: 1:30pm EST | 10:30am PST | 7:30pm CET | 6:30pm GMT

This one-day event, will take you deep into advanced research happening right now in biomedicine and biopharmaceutical development. You’ll hear from companies and researchers about the latest trends in spectroscopy for developing biopharmaceutical products for a better, healthier future for all.

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Event Overview:

Spectroscopic techniques are on the forefront of discovery and for helping researchers find better treatments for a variety of diseases to improve human health. This one-day event, organized by Spectroscopy, The Coblentz Society, and the Society for Applied Spectroscopy, will feature researchers on the cutting edge of biopharmaceutical and biospectroscopy analysis. These four sessions will focus on everything from the analysis of clinical stage antibodies, to photothermal mid-infrared imaging in biomedicine, and how new machine learning methods can enhance analysis results.

Key Learning Objectives
Analytical scientists who attend this educational event will learn:

  • The latest research and advances in biopharmaceutical development and biospectroscopy analysis.
  • The use of photothermal mid-infrared spectroscopic imaging in biomedicine.
  • How machine learning can be paired with spectroscopic techniques for improved analysis.
  • Cutting-edge techniques for scanning and analyzing clinical antibodies.
  • How O-PTIR spectral imaging can be used to study the composition of bones.

Who Should Attend

Analytical chemists in academia, government labs, and industry who want to learn more about the latest research and trends in biopharmaceutical analysis and biomedicine.

Tuesday, December 5th:
Morning session, 10:00 am—12:30 pm EST

10:00 a.m EST Grainger Distinguished Chair in Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Rohit Bhargava, Founder Professor in Engineering and Director of the Cancer Center at Illinois of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

10:30 a.m. EST Clinical Applications and Diagnostics Using Photothermal Mid-Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging in Biomedicine
Rohith Reddy, Assistant Professor at the University of Houston

11:00 a.m. EST O-PTIR Spectral Imaging of Bone Composition at Submicron Spatial Resolution
William Querido, Research Assistant Professor at Temple University
11:30 a.m. EST Breakthrough Deamidation Screen of an Array of Clinical-Stage Antibodies
Belinda Pastrana, Founder and Chief Scientific and Technology Officer at Protein Dynamic Solutions

12:00 pm EST Question-and-answer period with all the speakers in the session
12:30 pm EST Session close

Afternoon Session, 1:30 p.m EST

1:30 pm EST The “Downstream Problem”: Novel uses of Proven Analytical Technology to Address Mounting Challenges in Purification, Quality and Release
Justin Moretto, Life Science Product Manager at Endress+Hauser Optical Analysis


Rohit Bhargava
Grainger Distinguished Chair in Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Rohith Reddy
Assistant Professor
University of Houston

William Querido
Research Assistant Professor
Temple University

Belinda Pastrana
Founder and Chief Scientific and Technology Officer
Protein Dynamic Solutions

Justin Moretto
Life Science Product Manager
Endress+Hauser Optical Analysis

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