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[WEBINAR REPLAY] the science of smarter sampling for drug development

Update: This event has now ended. The on-demand replay is now available.

We get a lot of questions about the specifics of succeeding with microsampling technologies in the bioanalytical lab, as well as some larger questions around applications in pharma, in clinical trials, and across the spectrum of clinical trials. This is your chance to have your questions answered, including the ones you didn't even know you had.

Neoteryx, The Medicine Maker, and two leading blood microsampling experts present The Science of Smarter Sampling for Drug Development, an in-depth hour-long webinar covering the details of how to succeed with blood microsampling technology in the analytical lab.

MedicineMakerNeoteryxWebinarDrugDevelopIn this exclusive one-hour webinar, our expert scientists share stories of success with blood microsampling in the lab and show you how it’s done. We dig into the science of microsampling in the drug development process, in the bioanalytical lab and beyond.

Jeff Plomley of Altasciences takes a deep dive into impact-assisted extraction methodology – a novel, yet extremely effective sample prep workflow.

Pratap Davuluri from Unilabs York Bioanalytical Solutions addresses the practical challenges of developing and validating a Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS™) assay in the analytical laboratory.

And James Rudge of Neoteryx (and one of the inventors of VAMS) is on hand to put things in context and answer questions.

With this recording, you will:

  • Learn how to develop and validate a dried blood microsample assay in the analytical lab.
  • Understand the advantages of impact-assisted extraction methodology to achieve high efficiencies.
  • See how the application of microsampling in drug development facilitates smarter trials.

Sign up here to see the full replay. If you have pressing questions you'd like our experts to answer, please reach out!


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