Next week, 18,000 scientists and other cancer professionals from around the world are projected to move to 2014 AACR Annual Meeting, in San Diego. Attendees are laboratory scientists and clinical investigators specializing in all aspects of cancer research, including experimental therapeutics, molecular targeted therapies, chemistry, molecular biology and genetics, immunology and immunotherapy, tumor biology, virology, toxicology, prevention, and clinical and translational research.
The annual meeting will showcase pioneering clinical trials, many of which will highlight emerging approaches for personalizing cancer care. The therapeutics being evaluated in these clinical trials are underpinned by our knowledge of cancer biology, and this meeting provides a tremendous opportunity for basic and clinical researchers and clinicians to exchange ideas. Recognizing that personalized cancer medicine requires multidisciplinary and multi-institutional collaboration, we are also offering a robust regulatory science and policy track with 10 exciting sessions that will be of significant interest to both laboratory and clinical scientists in all subfields and sectors of the cancer field.
As at all the major events involving scientist working with Biomagnetic Separation, SEPMAG® will be there. If you are using magnetic cell isolation or protein purification, you may be interested to learn more about how to combine a quick separation process with a gentle force on the cells, increasing cell viability and recovery.
With the experience accumulated during more than 10 years of helping Immunomagnetic assays producers, the propietary technology of SEPMAG® systems generates a homogenous force throughout the working volume. This guarantees the same separation conditions regardless if you are using a microliter well or you are working with 20 Liters. Because we have worked with all magnetic bead producers, our technical team can help optimize your process without the need to change your current magnetic bead or particle.
Our Director of Business Development, Bryan Rittenberry, will be in San Diego and attending the AACR meeting and will be happy to meet with you to discuss the details of your specific application needs. To schedule a meeting, just click the button below or or feel free to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.