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15th EBF Open Symposium

Towards harmonised implementation of the ICH M10 Guideline
15 November 2022
The Bioanalytical Compass - Navigating to our True North
16-18 November 2022

10th EBF Open Symposium: 10 – A New Journey Begins

EBF Young Scientist introducing the BioA Brain

YSS Organizers

Biography & Abstract:

The EBF’s Young Scientist Symposium aim to provide development opportunities for young scientists, sharing bioanalytical experiences, discussing challenges and successes, and building up a network across multiple organisations from academia and industry. In the 10th EBF Open Symposium, the EBF Young Scientist Symposium Organizing Committee (YSS OC) will reflect on the three previous successful symposiums, as well as introduce the new standalone YSS (Ghent, Belgium, 15-16 March 2018). The 4th EBF YSS will focus around the theme of The BioA Brain: Embracing New Ideas, encompassing topics such as the implementation of new technologies and overcoming the challenges of working with novel therapeutics.

This year’s YSS-OC consists of Sheelan Ahmad (investigator at GSK), Sufyan Maqbool (Associate Principal Clinical Sample Scientist), Laura Mercolini (assistant professor and head of pharmaco-toxicological analysis at the University of Bologna), Richard Lucey (scientist at LGC), Sofie Velghe (pharmacist studying for a PhD at Ghent University), Ryan McDonagh (scientist at Covance), Cara Maguire (study director at Charles River), Godknows Hlatshwayo (associate scientist at Medimmune), Ariane, Kahnt (a pharmacist and bioanalytical scientist at Janssen Research and Development) and Farjana Mahammed (senior scientist at GSK).  They represent a wide range of capabilities and bioanalytical experience representing Pharma, CRO and Academia. As a team, the represent a wide range of capabilities and bioanalytical experience representing Pharma, CRO and Academia combined to provide help creating a platform for young scientists where they can share knowledge and expertise to overcome bioanalytical challenges.