Schedule of Events
|Nick Ringwood||May 10, 2021 (14:00)||Osmometer Tips & Tricks for Bioprocessing Labs
Did you know that the sampler on your osmometer contains a hidden volume calibration tool? You’ll get tips like this plus guidance on good pipetting techniques, maintenance routines and calibration when you join this session delivered by UK Service Manager and “man in the know”, Nick Ringwood.
|Lucia Marani||May 11, 2021 (14:00)||Osmolality Measurement of Lentiviral Vectors for Cell and Gene Therapy Applications
Hear from Lucia Marani, Analytical Development Scientist from Oxford BioMedica about applications of the OsmoTECH osmometer. Kendal Studd, Scientific Application Specialist for Advanced Instruments will round off the session by presenting a summary of published research showing that in vector manufacturing, osmolality is a factor in control of stability and aggregation for lentivirus and other viral vector types.
|Ian Ramsay||May 12, 2021 (14:00)||Data integrity and IQOQ in an MHRA Audit
If you’re using or planning to use your Advanced Instruments osmometer in a GMP environment then its’ level of compliance will be part of the discussion during an inspection by regulators such as MHRA, FDA, or others. In this session, Ian Ramsay of Ramsay Pharma will talk about the deficiencies typically encountered during inspection, in particular, relating to data integrity. Ramsay Pharma advises on avoidance of deficiencies at inspection and provides consultancy services for customers preparing for a GMP audit. The session will include Q and A.
|Bill Saccoccio||May 13, 2021 (14:00)||Connect Your Advanced Instruments Osmometer to a Data Collection System
In this tutorial, Bill Saccoccio, AI Service Technician, will cover the available options for archiving data from your osmometer and provide guidance on how to connect to a network, LIMS system, or ELN among others. If any of these descriptions apply to you then you should join
|Meredith Pesta and Shweta Nair||May 14, 2021 (14:00)||Pharmacopeia Compliance
Your lab may be tasked with complying with various Pharmacopeia such as USP chapter 785 (to which there have been recent changes), EP, and others. In this session, experts from Advanced Instruments will clarify the current state of play around the following topics
This will be followed by an open panel discussion to get feedback on what the pain points are and how future product developments might help.
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