Learning Opportunities Abound at AAPS 2023 PharmSci 360

Learning Opportunities Abound at AAPS 2023 PharmSci 360

Beginning October 22nd, the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) will welcome attendees to PharmSci 360 - an annual gathering of pharmaceutical scientists and businesses to share the latest research and most cutting-edge technological developments the field has to offer.

The conference features multiple tracks, including Manufacturing and Analytical Characterization, which will focus on three themes this year:

Theme 1: Advanced Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies in Pharmaceuticals and Biopharmaceuticals

Theme 2: Advanced Modelling and Predictive Approaches in Drug Development, Manufacturing and Analysis

Theme 3: Novel Modalities and Cross-Modality Considerations in Manufacturing and Analysis

We invite you to take advantage of the multiple opportunities within this track to learn more about flow imaging microscopy for protein and cell & gene therapy analysis. You may want to:

Attend a Presentation

Austin Daniels headshot"Subvisible Particle Analysis Using Flow Imaging Microscopy and Light Obscuration"
Join us for a discussion and case study reviewing how Flow Imaging Microscopy can be paired with complementary and orthogonal techniques to monitor protein and viral & nonviral vector aggregates as well as cells in protein and cell & gene therapies.
Speaker: Austin Daniels, PhD
Tuesday, October 24th, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
360 Stage 4, Exhibit Hall West


View a Poster

Poster M1030-09-50
Characterizing Protein Aggregation Using Flow Imaging Microscopy with Orthogonal and Complementary Analytical Techniques
Authors: Austin Daniels, PhD; Louise Brogan, PhD; Nicole Stephens, BS; Sigrid Kuebler, PhD
Monday, October 23rd, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
(Also available for viewing any time in the Poster Hall)

Visit Booth #2543

See FlowCam and VisualSpreadsheet software in-person, and discuss your application with our team of scientists.
FlowCam Team: Austin Daniels, PhD; Louise Brogan, PhD; Anahita Haghizadeh, PhD


However you choose to engage with us at PharmSci 360, we look forward to seeing you!


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