Another award for Therese Wohlschlager: her poster entitled Dilute-and-Shoot Analysis of Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Glycosylation from Fermentation Broth: A Method Capability Study wins an Enzo Shimadzu Best Poster Award at the 32nd International Symposium on Chromatography 2018 in Cannes.
Well deserved and Congratulations!
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Today, after rigorous evaluation, the Christian Doppler Society informed us about another 2-year extension for our CDL of Biosimilar Characterization.
See screenshot above of short excerpt from very positive evaluator's feedback. .... so true ...
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After four years of intense investigation and experimentation, Christof excellently defended his PhD today. Congratulations and all the best for a prosperous future, Herr Doktor!

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Therese Wohlschlager's study into Etanercept glycosylation has been recognized with the Life Science Research Award 2018 sponsored by the Austrian Society of Molecular Liefe Sciences and Bioechnology and the Austrian Ministry of Digital and Economic Affairs.

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Following a long tradition of educational events organized by the Austrian Society of Analytical Chemistry and hoping to well prepare the young generation of analytical scientists for challenges in pharmaceutical analysis, CD Lab-head Christian Huber presented basic principles of biopharma characterization methods by HPLC-MS at the Summer School "Chromatography and Hyphenation to Mass Spectrometry".

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Lab head Christian Huber presented a tutorial lecture entitled Molecular Characterization of Biotherapeutic Proteins: Concepts and Challenges for Separation Science and Mass Spectrometry at the 47th International Symposium on High-Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques in Washington D.C. In spite of an early lecture on the first day of the Symposium, the event was quite well attended, reflecting broad interest of HPLC attendants for biopharmaceutical analysis.
Highlights of the Symposium were:
  • The chairman of the Symposium, Norman Dovichi, following the old tradition of opening the Symposium by ringing the old cowbell of the first Symposium in Interlaken (1973).
  • Chris Pohl from Thermo Fisher Scientific receiving the Uwe D. Neue Award in Separation Science sponsored by Waters Corporation.
  • Jonathan Bones from NIBRT talking about the separation of charge variants of biotherapeutics by pH-gradient cation-HPLC and characterization by mass spectrometry.
  • Christian Huber meeting Fred Regnier, one of his most prominent teachers in stationary phase chemistry and basics of DNA and protein chromatography and real pioneer of HPLC of biomolecules.
Next Symposium will be organized 2019 in Milano/Italy.
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