Thermo Fisher Scientific
The right CDS (Chromatography Data System) ensures data quality and manages all the necessary processes along the analytical workflow from instrument control, to raw data storage and processing, right through to generating reports of the final results, allowing pharma and biopharma companies and contract research organizations to leverage their MS systems throughout various stages of research and product development, taking advantage of compliance-readiness when needed.
In this webinar, Dr. Dan Bach Kristensen, principal scientist at Danish clinical-stage antibody oncology-focused company, Symphogen, shares examples of how to boost productivity by using the right LC-MS software to streamline analytical workflows and enable the use of MS as a routine detector.
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Dr. Dan Bach Kristensen, Principal Scientist, Symphogen—a Servier Company
Dan Bach Kristensen holds a Ph.D. in biology and B.Sc. degree in chemistry. Dan is specialized in protein chemistry and mass spectrometry, which he initially applied in the field of proteome research in Japan and later in Denmark. For the last 15 years Dan has been working with analytical development in the biopharmaceutical industry, on projects ranging from early discovery through to product registration. Clinical indications include bleeding disorders, neutropenia, autoimmune diseases and oncology. Dan currently works as a Principal Scientist at Symphogen, which is specialized in the development of antibodies and antibody mixtures for the treatment of cancer.
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