WRIB

6th Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis (6th WRIB)

Where Regulators and the Industry Convene

Discussing, Sharing perspectives, and Providing Potential Solutions on the Most Recent Issues in Bioanalysis

March 26-29, 2012, San Antonio, TX, USA
Hotel Marriott San Antonio Riverwalk

Highlights   |   White Papers from this Workshop  

 

Over 400 professionals representing pharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations, and multiple regulatory agencies participated in the 6th Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis (6th WRIB), an open forum for discussing, sharing perspectives, and providing potential solutions on the most recent issues in the bioanalytical field.

Like the previous editions, this event was in the format of a practical, focused, highly interactive and informative workshop aiming for high quality, improved regulatory compliance, and scientific excellence. Numerous hot topics in bioanalysis of both small and large molecules were shared and discussed, leading to consensus and recommendations among panelists and attendees representing the bioanalytical community.

The major outcome of this workshop was the noticeable alignment of multiple bioanalytical guidance/guidelines from different regulatory agencies. This represents a concrete step forward in the global harmonization of bioanalytical activities.

A White Paper entitled "2012 White Paper on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis and Alignment of Multiple Guidelines" was generated from the 6th WRIB. It was just published in the second September 2012 Issue of Bioanalysis journal, and is already the number 13 most read articles of the journal!

We hope this White Paper will again acts as a practical and useful reference document that provides key information and solutions on several topics and issues in the constantly evolving world of bioanalysis. As stated by Ryan De Vooght-Johnson, Bioanalysis Journal Commissioning Editor, "this series of papers has become of vital importance for bioanalysts, and is frequently found amongst the Bioanalysis journal's most read and most cited articles."

 

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