Symposium: Advanced analytical technologies for clinical and pharmaceutical applications
Welcome to BMC and Mini-symposium: Advanced analytical technologies for clinical and pharmaceutical applications with lectures from Susanne Wiedmer, Helsingin Yliopisto, Marianne Fillet, Université de Liège, Christian Neusüß, Hochschule Aalen and Martijn Schenning, Janssen Vaccines & Prevention.
Time Monday 14 November 2022, 14.00–16.30
Venue BMC room A1:107a
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Liposomes and biomimetic membranes in capillary electromigration techniques
Prof. dr Susanne Wiedmer, Helsingin Yliopisto
Capillary electrophoresis and nano-RPLC coupled to ion mobility mass spectrometry as complementary tools to discover surface antigens in multiple myeloma
Prof. dr Marianne Fillet, Université de Liège
CE-MS in biopharmaceutical applications - recent progress and future directions
Prof. dr Christian Neusüß, Hochschule Aalen
Vaccine analytical development in a nutshell
Dr Martijn Schenning, Janssen Vaccines & Prevention
Mikael Hedeland, Professor
Analytical pharmaceutical chemistry
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