Advanced Analysis Workshop
PLA 3.0 offers powerful tools for the analysis of your Biological Assays. While the PLA 3.0 Super User Training focusses mainly on the workflow aspects and basic analysis tasks, the Advanced Analysis Workshop reveals much more in-depth details:
Quantitative Response Assays:
Equivalence Margin Development:
The Advanced Analysis Workshop will help you get the most out of your bioassays.
Who should attend
For the training, we kindly ask the participants to bring their own laptop computers. We are going to provide a checklist regarding installation requirements in advance.
How to register for an Advanced Analysis Workshop
We set up an event page with Eventbrite where you'll find the Advanced Analysis Workshops which we are currently offering. Payment options are PayPal and credit card. We will, of course, confirm your booking and send you a proper invoice.
Advantage for PLA users with active PLA Support Contract: You get a discount on your PLA 3.0 Advanced Analysis Workshop. If you're not sure whether your PLA Support Contract is still active, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Other PLA Users Are Saying About Our TrainingsI attended the PLA 3.0 Super User Training and Advanced Analysis Workshop in Rockville, MD. I found the training to be highly relevant to our needs in the GMP bioassay environment. The program was very thorough and clear, and was just the right level of difficulty for the typical user. The trainers are highly knowledgeable and among the top experts in this field. The hands on exercises were engaging and very useful to become skilled with the software and its new functions. The upcoming release of the Biological Package 25 discussed in the Advanced Analysis Workshop is a quantum leap in Equivalence Margin development. In summary, I would recommend this excellent training to any of my colleagues.
Edmond M., GSK
The training was very interactive, the discussions and Ralf’s presentations were very helpful for us to learn the power of PLA3.0 as well as to clarify some misunderstandings about the system and sample suitability assessments. I believe this was very helpful for scientists who don’t have extensive training on statistics to understand better how to use PLA3.0 for their relative potency data processing. Thanks again for a very useful training session.
Jin Y., Genocea Biosciences