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Biophysical Characterization of Extracellular Vesicles and Circulating Biomarkers

Held in conjunction with Liquid Biopsies and Minimally-Invasive Diagnostics 2017

05 Oct 2017, at 19:45-21:45 in Coronado Island, California


Scope of this Training Course

This training course presents an overview of the various biophysical methodologies utilized in current practice for the characterization of Extracellular Vesicles (EVs; sometimes used synonymously with Exosomes) and the broader field of Circulating Biomarkers.

Topics Addressed in this Training Course

  • The Role of Isolation Strategies in Downstream Analyses
  • Introduction to Common Biophysical Characterization Methods
  • Advancements in Characterization Methods
  • Qualitative versus Quantitative Assessment

The overall goal of this course is to present an exhaustive analysis of the above-mentioned topics with references to the literature and an emphasis on tailoring the approach deployed based on end-user application ("downstream analysis").

The course tutor is a biophysicist and will draw upon extensive background and real-case examples to illustrate the choice of methods utilized.

All course participants receive the presentation files utilized in the training course but also the latest publications and reviews via electronic access, an invaluable set of resources for business plans, R&D presentations and investor presentations.

Who Should Attend

  • Academic and Industry Researchers Working on EVs, Exosomes, Circulating Biomarkers
  • Technology Transfer and Licensing Executives
  • Vendors in the Space Seeking to Benchmark their Technologies, Products and Services

This course is an excellent opportunity to network and engage, and a light dinner and refreshments are offered to all course delegates to foster networking and discussions.

Shivani Sharma

Shivani Sharma, Associate Director, University of California, Los Angeles