Course Description

Routine Analytical Methods for BioPharmaceuticals: FREE WEBINAR

Free Webinar

Course Offering 1706911O2767A
Course ID 2767

In-Person Course

Who Should Attend?
This FREE informational webinar will provide insight to bio-pharmaceutical personnel on the purpose of routine test methods used within an analytical program. This webinar will help with understanding and interpreting data from each method discussed. Additionally you will learn how each method helps support product quality.

It will be valuable to the following professionals:
  • Quality Control, Quality Assurance
  • Analytical Scientist
  • Research Associates
  • Engineers and Administrators working in analytical development,
     Product Development, Manufacturing, Validation, Formulation, and
     Pre-formulation groups, though any inquiring minds within this
     industry are welcome to join

Course Description
This 30-minute FREE informational webinar is intended to be an overview of routine methods commonly used for bio-pharmaceuticals and the reportable data that comes from each method.

  • Method types that will be discussed during course are UV-VIS, SEC, Reversed
     Phase, SDS-PAGE/CE-SDS, IEF Gels/cIEF and ELISA.

• For each method will discuss
     – Reportable data from method
     – Why method is important 
     – How method fits into product quality

Can’t attend LIVE? Register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the webinar recording afterwards.

For complete coverage of this subject check our website for:
Biopharmaceutical Analytics: From Development to Validation | Course ID 2729

Course Director
Rachel Monsef, Consultant to the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries

Rachel Monsef is an analytical chemist in the pharmaceutical industry who has 16 years’ experience working with many types of assays for all stages of drug development. She has worked on several projects that required method development all the way through method validations. She has experience with assay transfer, characterization work, and stability studies. She has also worked with manufacturing groups to develop and perform assays to support their efforts. She has previously worked for Seattle Genetics, Nastech and has had many different roles at Alder Biopharmaceuticals where she is currently acting as a quality control consultant.

Ms. Monsef received her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Washington.