How new sample preparation and bio-LC column technology can be used to improve your results quality and workflow efficiency in the biopharmaceutical environment.
In this webinar we will discuss how development’s in sample preparation and bio LC column technology can be utilized to provide improved quality of results combined with increased efficiency and output for the bioanalyitcal laboratory. The discussion will focus on how increased chromatographic resolution and reduced run times have aided the quality of quantitative and qualitative results from complex biological sample sets, and how new robust sample preparation technologies can increase reproducibility, reduce failure rates and improve efficiency of the workflow.
Who should attend:
• Head of bioanalysis
• Site heads of bioanalysis
• Lab managers
• Method developers
• Lab technicians
Key learning objectives:
How the latest sample preparation and bio-LC column technologies can improve:
• Quality of results
• Efficiency and output of the bioanalytical laboratory
Global Product Manager for Sample Preparation
Chromatography Columns and Consumables
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Mike Oliver has held the position of Global Product Manager for sample preparation at Thermo Fisher Scientific since 2010, being responsible for the development and introduction of new innovative technologies to the market place. Prior to this role, Mike was responsible for biotechnology sales within the UK and providing application solutions for proteomic and metabolic workflows based on high-resolution LC-MS platforms, respectively. Mike holds a PhD in MS and Biochemistry from the MS Research Unit, University of Wales, Swansea, UK.
Product Manager, LC & LC-MS Columns
Thermo Fisher Scientific
As the product manager for LC and LC/MS columns at Thermo Fisher Scientific I am responsible for the promotion and marketing of Thermo Scientific LC columns. After having gained a PhD in Mass Spectrometry from the University of Wales, Swansea, UK, I joined VG Elemental in the early 1990’s working as an application scientist with inorganic MS. Following this, I spent 10 years working in a customer laboratory in Australia covering a wide range of techniques including GC. I rejoined VG Elemental, now part of Thermo Electron, in 2004 with responsibility for customer support and training for GD-MS and ICP-MS. I transferred within the company in May 2006 to join the chromatography consumables division of Thermo Fisher Scientific in my current position.