MicroVal organizes a workshop on new developments and future needs of method validation. The workshop will take place in Munich on Monday 6 April 2020, which is one day before the IAFP European Symposium.
As a validation and certification organization, MicroVal often receives novel approaches towards detection methods for validation, which result in fierce and productive discussions during the MicroVal technical committee meetings. The day before IAFP’s European Symposium, MicroVal will open up these discussions for a wider audience, and the IAFP participants in particular, to exchange ideas and knowledge about new developments and future needs for method validation. Topics that will be discussed, are, amongst others, validation of confirmation methods against the recently published ISO 16140-6 and the semi-quantitative approach that gives a qualitative result.
Presentations will be given by Jacques-Antoine Hennekinne (Anses), Joost Witsenburg (MicroVal), Erin Crowley (Qlaboratories), Suzanne Jordan (Campden BRI), Danièle Sohier (Thermo Fischer) and Benjamin Diep (Nestlé).
To consult the full program and /or register for the workshop, click here.
Participation is free, but registration is required.
Date: 6 April 2020 Time: 13.00-17.00 hrs
Location: Holiday Inn City Centre, Munich (DE)