Clinical & Pharmaceutical Solutions through Analysis
February 18, 2015
The UF Clinical & Translational Science Institute
Where Technology and Solutions Meet
The goal of CPSA Metabolomics is to provide in-depth review of innovative technology and industry practices through open discussion of industry-related issues and needs. This annual event is specifically geared to the needs of professionals attempting to keep pace with faster development times and marketing managers attempting to benchmark emerging trends.
The CPSA Metabolomics symposia and roundtables are highly interactive events where scientists share their experiences and visions in a collegial setting. The program will highlight speakers and sessions that provide real-world experiences with new technologies and critical insights into current issues and future needs. Education and specialized training are the foundation of all CPSA events.
Each session at CPSA Metabolomics will address the current industrial landscape and the global need to bring products to market faster. The program chairs will promote discussion and exchange of experiences, ideas, and visions so that current processes that involve analytical measurement can be benchmarked and future strategies may be developed.
The CPSA Metabolomics symposia and roundtables feature a unique format to allow scientists to openly share comprehensive perspectives on industry-related issues and needs. First-hand experiences with specific applications and technologies are openly discussed. Lively discussions in a collegial setting are a hallmark of the meeting.
Industry Issues and Needs • Analysis Strategies • Performance Benchmarks
Commercial Technology • Mainstream Applications • Analysis Trends
Broad-based awareness of the analytical sciences is achieved through open discussion with industry leaders. This unique event is made possible by sponsors who are dedicated to promoting awareness and understanding of the analytical sciences with the hope of inspiring significant advances in the field.
The 2015 CPSA Metabolomics meeting will be held in Room CTRB 3161/3162 at the Clinical & Translational Science Institute on the University of Florida Campus.