While the PLA 3.0 Super User Training focusses mainly on the workflow aspects and basic analysis tasks, the PLA 3.0 Advanced Analysis Workshop for Biological Assays reveals much more in-depth details. We offer this training for a small group. This setting allows us to customize the training agenda to the individual requirements of the participants and to answer your specific questions.
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The training concept is modular and the agenda depends in some parts on the needs of the attendees.
|Quantitative Response Assays
Response and Dilution Handling
Configuration Optimizer for Parallel-Line Assays
Assay and Sample Suitability Tests
Reportable Values from Assay Replicates
Simple mean calculation vs. combination calculations
|Equivalence Margin Development
Challenges with Equivalence Margins according to USP <1032>
Development of an Equivalence Test System from historic assay data
Challenging a developed Equivalence Test System
Simulation of acceptable curve shapes
|Who should attend?||Bioassay scientists
Quality and validation professionals
|Duration||1 day between 6 and 8 hours|
|Trainings frequency||Three per year|
|Where does the training take place?||We offer this training as classrom training or virtual via GoToTraining|
|Who is going to be the trainer?||Dr. Ralf Stegmann (CEO) or
Dr. Matthias Schmitt (Scientific Consultant)
|What about training certificates?||Each participant will receive a certificate upon completion of the training (attendance is required).|
|Corporate Trainings' possibility||We offer the PLA 3.0 Advanced Analysis Workshop for Biological Assays for individual participants, but if you wish to use and discuss confidential material during the training session, we also offer the option for a corporate training exclusively for your own company. Read more ...|
|Are there trainings for PLA 2.x?||No, we are not offering End User Trainings for PLA 2.x. If you still use PLA 2.x, we can offer you a corporate training.|
|"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
|"The Advanced Analysis Workshop is the excellent training for anyone that is already familiar with the PLA software and wants to use full potential of this great statistic tool."