Dr. Foehr discusses the area of bioanalysis- what it is and how it's used. Examples from Dr. Foehr's published works are shared, along with his experiences working in the fields of bioanalysis, immunogenicity risk assessment and drug development. He explains techniques used to measure "stuff" at low levels in biological materials (blood, urine etc) with references to the popular television show, CSI.
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(October 10, 2012, Terra Linda High School, San Rafael, CA)
Dr. Foehr is an expert in the areas of bioanalysis, immunogenicity risk assessment and drug development. He has directed labs at Bay Bioanalytical Laboratory and BioMarin Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Foehr was a Senior Scientist at the cancer diagnostic start-up, Diamics, and Senior Scientist at AGY Therapeutics, a proteomics company with a neuroscience focus. Erik Foehr received his Doctorate at the University of California, Irvine in the lab of Dr. Ralph Bradshaw. He was a Fellow at the J. David Gladstone Institutes department of Immunology and Virology. He has published in the areas of bioanalysis, immunology, cancer, and neuroscience.
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