Register for the 4th International Antibody Validation Meeting


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In this blog:

  • What is the antibody validation meeting?
  • Discover who will be speaking at this year’s event
  • Register now on the meeting website!

Interested in attending the 4th International Antibody Validation Meeting? 

You can now visit the meeting website to register, with a limited number of spots available.

CiteAb CEO Dr Andrew Chalmers commented: ‘We’re so excited to welcome everyone back to Bath, and run the validation meeting for the fourth time this September! We love this event, it’s a great way to connect with those in the validation space and learn more about what’s going on in the field.’

What is the International Antibody Validation Meeting?

Organised by CiteAb and the University of Bath, the International Antibody Validation Meeting is a unique opportunity to come together with fellow experts and enthusiasts and discuss the challenges, progress and future of the field. 

Building on the success of the three previous meetings, this year will follow a similar format and theme.

Welcoming antibody suppliers, as well as scientists in academia and pharma/biotech companies, we are able to ignite interesting discussions and really delve into how best to help improve antibody validation for the life science community.

The meeting will be held at the University of Bath on the 13-15th September. We will have 14 impressive speakers covering a range of topics related to validation – new technologies, company validation strategies, and more. There will also be discussion panels held, and academic posters to browse throughout the two and a half day event. 

The popular meeting dinner will be happening once again, as well as a new drinks networking event on the first night. 

Who is speaking at the 4th International Antibody Validation Meeting?

We have confirmed 12 of the speakers for the meeting. They each have incredible expertise spanning a range of areas in antibody validation and we’re excited to hear their perspectives and to share in their knowledge. 

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dean Clift, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Anthony Couvillon, Mercy BioAnalytics, USA
  • Sam Heywood, UCB, UK
  • Will Howat, Abcam, UK
  • Ibolya Kepiro, National Physical laboratory, UK
  • Nicola Lawson, AstraZeneca, UK
  • Peter McPherson, McGill University, Canada
  • David Piper, Thermo Fisher Scientific, USA
  • Asel Sartbaeva, University of Bath, UK
  • Jurgen Schmitz, Miltenyi Biotec, Germany
  • Mathias Uhlen, SciLifeLab, Sweden
  • Antony Wood, Cell Signaling Technology, USA

Learn more about them on our meeting website.

We also want to thank our sponsors for supporting this event: abcam, Cell Signaling Technology, GeneTex, Miltenyi Biotec, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Fortis and ProSci.

Do get in touch if you’re interested in supporting the meeting this year.

See you there?

To sign up to attend the event, simply head to the meeting website and register. We are also accepting scientific posters, and you can currently submit your abstract on the website. 

It’s lining up to be a really special event, and we can’t wait to connect with everyone again after our COVID-induced break.

Do get in touch with the antibody validation meeting team with any other questions about the event or how you can get involved. 

  • Skye and the CiteAb team
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