Events Validation, the Key to Translatable Flow Cytometry. Part 3: Instrument Qualification

Validation, the Key to Translatable Flow Cytometry. Part 3: Instrument Qualification

Event location: Online at CYTO U
Event date and time: Oct 29, 2018




Validation, the Key to Translatable Flow Cytometry


Part 3: Instrument Qualification


NEW DATE & TIME

Monday, October 29 at 12pm Eastern (U.S. & Canada)

 

Presented by:


Cherie Green

Senior Scientific Manager, Flow Cytometry Biomarkers
Genentech
San Francisco, CA



 

Webinar Summary


The foundation of good data starts with the instrument. While substantial effort is often invested in development and validation of analytical methods or analysis, instrument validation is often neglected.  It is essential to apply the same analytical and scientific rigor to the platform generating the data.  From initial optimization and characterization of performance to establishing QC systems to ensure longitudinal data comparability, instrument validation strategies are critical components of generating robust and reliable data.  This is true for all laboratory environments but particularly relevant for regulated labs providing decision-enabling biomarkers. Generating quality data plays a critical role in bringing new therapeutic options to the medical community; drugs which eventually manifest as successful new treatments for those individuals afflicted with disease.


Learning Objectives


In this webinar, you will learn the basic principles of instrument validation. Validation of flow cytometers used in regulated environments provides assurance that the output generated on these instruments is reproducible and precise.  The most relevant elements of instrument validation include testing to verify that an instrument: i) is installed properly and ii) performs as intended.  This includes establishing controlled procedures for installation, maintenance, calibration, cross-instrument standardization, and longitudinal performance monitoring.  This course will review basic concepts of instrument validation and provide examples of each step in the process that can be applied in your lab.


 


Our vision is to advance the impact of cytometry in meeting current and emerging challenges in the life, biomedical, and physical sciences.
 

1 2 3
  •  
  •  
  • 4601 North Fairfax Drive
    Suite 1200
    Arlington, VA 22203
    United States
    isac@isac-net.org
  •  
© ISAC. All rights reserved.  |   Privacy Policy  |   About Site  |   Site Map