We’re thrilled to announce that booking is now open for the Third International Antibody Validation Meeting taking place here in Bath, UK in September 2018.
If you’ve joined us in the past then you’ll know the meeting to be a not-to-be-missed event in the global antibody calendar, so make sure you sign up quickly so that you don’t miss out.
For those of you who haven’t been to the meeting before, this is a unique event which brings together scientists from academia, the pharmapharmaceutical / biotech sector and antibody suppliers in order to discuss best practices in research antibody validation and help improve antibody validation for the life science community.
The meeting, organised by the University of Bath and supported by AstraZeneca and CiteAb, offers a great chance to hear the latest in antibody validation, interact with leaders in the antibody validation field and to contribute to initiatives aimed at helping to improve research antibody validation.
Dr Andrew Chalmers, founder of CiteAb, said: “We have some truely top notch speakers lined up for this years’ event, including AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Cell Signaling Technology and BioMed on the commercial side, and the University of Cambridge and Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden on the academic side.
“The call for poster presentations is now open, with applications welcome from researchers in academia or commerce – if you’d like to submit a poster please see the meeting website for further details.
“We hope you can join us for what promises to be another fantastic gathering for this unique event. The CiteAb team will all be present and we look forward to welcoming you to our home city of Bath!”
Would you like to speak at this years’ event? There is still time to submit a speaker abstract – we have a small number of slots available. See http://www.antibodyvalidation.co.uk/presenter-registration
The team behind the organising of this years’ event would like to give a big shout out to sponsors:
Abcam, Atlas Antibodies, Proteintech, BioTechne R&D Systems, ThermoFisher Scientific, Miltenyi Biotech, Progen and Ximbio.
Without the support of these organisations, it would not be possible to run this valuable event.