At the annual US gathering of the Association of Mass Spectrometry: Applications in the Clincal Lab, we will showcase the benefits and clinical applications of microsampling technology, along with new research and product innovations.
There are two ways to engage with us in Palm Springs:
Event is Closed - But you can read a recap from Microsampling Specialist Brandon Milan HERE.
Our European team will attend CSPA in London, which will include a wealth of microsampling-related content.
Visit us at our table, see how Mitra microsampling technology works, and try it for yourself!
Event is Closed - But you can see a lightning talk from Neoteryx Technical Director James Rudge HERE.
We will attend the Summit for Clinical Ops Executives and showcase the clinical and business development applications for groundbreaking Mitra microsampling technology. This is your chance to meet your Microsampling Specialist, try our demo station, and experience the latest developments in microsampling.
There are two ways to engage with us in Orlando:
Event is Closed - But you can learn more about the future of clinical trials HERE.
We are attending the 12th WRIB: Where Regulators and Industry Convene, in Philadelphia.
Join us at Table #15 to explore the applications, implications, and latest developments in groundbreaking Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS) technology, meet your Microsampling Specialist, and use a Mitra device for yourself.
Event is Closed - But you can catch up with what you missed HERE.
We are making our innaurgral appearance at the 70th Annual AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo!
Visit Booth #4152 and see a live demonstration Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS™) technology in action. Experience the ease of taking a sample yourself with one of our Mitra® microsamplers.
Event information and registration HERE.
Therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM), particularly for immunosuppressants, is an area in which micosampling technology has proven useful, gained traction, and improved patients' lives. Dr. Phillip Morgan PhD will explore an exciting alternative to the current protocol for tacrolimus monitoring and present the encouraging results that have been achieved.
Event information HERE.