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We are pleased to announce and formally invite you to the 2019 Gyrolab Seminar from Wednesday, October 9 to Thursday, October 10, at The Madison Hotel in Morristown, NJ, USA. Gyrolab platforms continue to expand beyond traditional therapeutics and immunoassay formats. They have broken new boundaries in affinity, bioanalysis and bioprocess development.

Gyrolab platforms automate and miniaturize ELISA type immunoassays for data driven decisions in minutes, increasing efficiency and productivity to meet critical timelines, addressing key challenges in biologic development for antibody engineering, preclinical/clinical and CMC bioprocess development.

Why attend?

  • Free workshops to advance your Gyrolab expertise - Assay development, affinity, ADA and advanced troubleshooting
  • Live demos of the new Gyrolab software for Gyrolab xPlore, Gyrolab xP and Gyrolab xPand
  • Live demos of the new Gyrolab xPand with even more capabilities for multitasking, cooling and all-inclusive software modules
  • User presentations covering PK, Biomarkers, ADA, affinity, bioprocess and more
  • Network with scientists to increase your Gyrolab expertise and knowledge

Attendees are a global mix of existing users and those who simply wish to find out more about Gyrolab and immunoassay advances in discovery, bioprocess, preclinical and clinical development. Network with others within CRO, Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Academic organizations.

Call for speakers

Please send an e-mail to krista.steger@gyrosproteintech.com if you are interested in presenting at the seminar.

VENUE

The Madison Hotel
1 Convent Road
Morristown, 07960 NJ
USA
Phone: 973.457.4639

 

Dress code: Business Casual

 

Delegate Fee 

Presenter: $350
Attendee:  $550, Early-bird rate until August 30, $450

Registration fee includes hotel, meals, workshops and seminar materials.

All registrants will be invoiced via e-mail. Please contact donna.brennan@gyrosproteintech.com if credit card processing is the only option for payment.

Delegate registrations are binding but transferable.