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CMC Strategy Forum North America 2019 Registration Now Open!

The CMC Strategy Forum brings together regulatory, industry, and academic professionals to discuss key emerging CMC issues that affect Biotechnology.

This year's CMC Strategy Forum North America will go beyond the high-level Q12 concepts to focus on how regulatory affairs groups within industry will handle the details of submitting, tracking, and maintaining Q12 proposals, and what quality and technical teams will need to consider as they try to make these concepts come to life.

If you have questions and concerns about how your company or regulatory agency will implement these new changes, then this CMC Strategy Forum is for you.

Early Bird registration ends May 3, 2019.

HOS 2019Registration Closing Soon

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to network with colleagues from around the word. This conference has diverse participation from academia, government agencies, and industry.

Online registration closes March 22, 2019.

Bioassays 2019's Keynote Presentation

This year's keynote presentation will be delivered by Patrick Swann, who leads the Quality Sciences and Technology group at Amgen. The title of the keynote is “The Evolution of Bioassays – A Technical / Regulatory Perspective from Both Sides of the Fence.” You won't want to miss it.

New this year: A workshop on bioassay development and understanding will be held prior to the start of the conference on Sunday, May 5, 2019 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Come and learn how to build a better bioassay from two well-known bioassay specialists.

Volunteer Efforts Drive Our Success

CASSS appreciates the time, experience and passion of the organizing committee members, associate directors and other volunteers who are the reason for the success of our Society - that is, your professional community.

Independent Sector, a US-based non-profit organization, in 2018 estimated that 63 million Americans volunteered about 8 billion hours of their time and talent to improve people’s lives and the environment. Further, they calculated the value of volunteer time to be $24.69 per hour, meaning that volunteers are contributing approximately $197.5 billion in services in the United States. It is estimated that at least 25% of the work that is done by non-profits is done by volunteers.


CASSS is a microcosm of these statistics, where approximately 1,000 volunteers multiply the efforts of eight full-time staff into the global community of industry, academic and regulatory professionals you know today. Working together, we have created the leading conferences and forums in the field biopharmaceutical development and regulation. Read more...

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