Antibody Engineering Seminar

Date: TBA

London, UK

Topics to be Covered

Antibody Structure and Function: Basic Antibody Properties and the Mechanisms of Antibody DiversificationAntibody Lead Identification: Sources of Antibodies and Antibody Display Technologies
Antibody Lead Optimisation: Design of Optimal Antibodies for Clinical UseModulating Antibody Effector Functions: Development of Antibody Functions for Effective Therapeutics

For more information on topics covered, please download the full seminar brochure.

Benefits to Attending

  • Gain a thorough introduction to the antibody engineering field; examine antibody properties and discover optimal engineering techniques.
  • Discuss effective methods of antibody discovery, humanisation and optimisation.
  • Learn how to design antibody libraries, and how to use in vitro display techniques for lead identification.
  • Become familiar with the latest fragment engineering advances that allow for best possible therapeutic results.
  • Consider how to best minimise the risk of possible pharmaceutical liabilities that can hinder antibody development.

Who Should Attend?

This one-day course if for participants with little or no experience of the antibody engineering field. Participants may have prior experience of working within the antibodies or biotherapeutics areas, but will have limited experience of antibody engineering. This course is suitable for entry-level scientists, as well as those requiring an engineering refresher course. Course attendees will be looking to gain a general introduction to the antibody engineering field; learn identification and display techniques, consider basic practices for engineering optimal antibody molecules, and keep up to date with recent therapeutic advances.

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TBA