[WEBINAR] Risk-Based Assay Development Strategies for Cell Therapies

[WEBINAR] Risk-Based Assay Development Strategies for Cell Therapies

How to develop testing strategies and to select a long-term laboratory partner 
Getting a cell or cell-based therapy from early stages of development through commercialisation requires more than one would assume. One of the many critical milestones is to be able to characterise the therapy and demonstrate its safety and its potency.  
 
In the absence of international standards, therapeutic developers have to consider a variety of regional requirements and develop their testing strategy accordingly. What to test for? What is needed? At what stage? Is there a need to develop a series of custom assays? How to go about it? When? Quantitative vs. qualitative? Can qualitative blood screening assays be used for safety? 

Join our next webinar which we're running in partnership with QualTex Laboratories, a subsidiary of BioBridge Global, to get the answers directly from the experts and ask your own questions! 
WHAT TO EXPECT? 

Part 1: 
The panel will discuss the importance of defining your testing strategy early in your therapeutic development program, in partnership with the right laboratory partner. 
  • Define Critical Quality Attributes for your therapy to facilitate analytical target profile 
  • Plan ahead for diversity of regional requirements 
  • Establish when to use readily available assays 
  • Find the right partner for custom assay development 
Part 2:
This is an opportunity for you to ask questions to the experts on how to integrate your testing strategy into your therapeutic development.  

DETAILS

Date: Thursday 24th June
Time: 4.00pm GMT  |  11.00am EST  |  8.00am PT
Access: Register your free place here

MEET THE PANEL
Ward Carter
Chief Operating Officer
QualTex Laboratories
Scott Jones, PhD
Vice-President, Scientific Affairs
BioBridge Global
Emmanuel Casasola
Executive Director, Global Quality & Compliance
BioBridge Global
Georgi Makin
Editor
Phacilitate








 
This webinar is brought to you in partnership with QualTex Laboratories, a subsidiary of BioBridge Global