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RESOURCES: 70th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics Posters

Jun 10, 2022 10:30:11 AM / by Alliance Pharma posted in Conferences, Posters

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Alliance Pharma is proud to have presented the posters listed below at the 70th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA.
June 5-9, 2022.

Click poster images below to download a PDF file.

 


An Ultra-sensitive, Robust and Fast Assay to Quantify Loteprednol Etabonate and
Ketorolac in Human plasma by SLE-UPLC-MS/MS

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A Sensitive, High-Throughput Assay to Quantify Loteprednol Etabonate and Ketorolac
Tromethamine Using SLE-UPLC-MS/MS in Human Urine Treated with SDS

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Characterization of the in Vitro Metabolic Profile of Abiraterone Acetate in cryopreserved Human Hepatocytes incubations by UPLC-Q Exactive Mass Spectrometry

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RESOURCES: 2022 National Biotechnology Conference Posters

May 13, 2022 10:30:00 AM / by Alliance Pharma posted in Conferences, Posters

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Alliance Pharma is proud to have presented the posters listed below at the AAPS National Biotechnology Conference in 2022.

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A Lesson Learned in Developing the Ligand Binding Assay for Quantification of Complement C3a

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Is Linear Regression Curve Fitting the Best Model for Stem-Loop RT-qPCR Data Analysis?

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RESOURCES: 2021 Posters

Mar 15, 2022 3:22:02 PM / by Ryan Klein posted in Conferences, Posters

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Alliance Pharma is proud to have presented the posters listed below at many of the industry leading conferences throughout 2021.

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A Fast and Robust Quantitative Assay for Dekaparin in Dog Plasma by Heparan Lyase Digestion Coupled to UPLC-MS/MS

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A Sensitive and Fast Assay to Quantify Cannabidiol and Tetrahydrocannabinol in Human Urine Using Microelution SPE Coupled With UPLC-MS/MS Analysis

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A Rapid, Robust, Sensitive, and High-Throughput UPLC-MS/MS Assay to Quantitate Murine Double Minute 2 (MDM2)-p53 Inhibitor Alrizomadlin in Human Plasma

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A Simple, High-throughput, and Sensitive UPLC-MS/MS Assay to Quantify Abiraterone Acetate in Human Plasma

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> Our Expansions and Added Resources in 2020

Nov 16, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by Ryan Klein posted in Pharmaceuticals, Conferences, DMPK

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How has 2020 treated your company? It has been an odd year to say the least, and we are extremely grateful for the opportunities we have had in our field to work alongside and support companies, such as yours, providing medications to help people live the fullest life possible.

While we have been working with our clients on their exciting projects, we have also been working internally on growing! During the past 12 months we have expanded our footprint and capabilities within our current facility as we continue to build trusted partnerships with you – our clients! We have done this by adding the following:

Space

  • 3,000 square feet of additional office space
  • Three additional laboratories that cover approximately 1,600 square feet
  • OHC 3 – 5 lab facility
  • A BSL3 lab facility will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2020

Equipment

  • Two Agilent 6495 QqQ LC-MS/MS instruments
  • Two Agilent 8900 Triple Quad ICP-MS instruments
  • Validated Agilent Mass Hunter software
  • Two Sciex 6500+ LC-MS/MS instruments
  • New Gyrolab xPlore
  • Upgraded Watson LIMS to version 7.6.1
  • One Agilent Bio-Inert UHPLC

Staff

We have also seen a 15% growth in our staff! We continually look for scientists, lab assistants and techs, IT specialists, software developers, business development/marketing, quality assurance, fellows, and report reviewers for example. We invite you to review our openings on our website and consider joining our role serving the pharmaceutical, biotech, and agrochemical industries, as well as academia.

We look forward to working with you in the months wrapping up 2020 as well as in 2021 with our increased space, resources and staff! Please reach out to us at 610-296-3152 or info@alliancepharmaco.com to discuss how our space, equipment and staff can best meet your drug development and drug metabolism project needs.



Any further questions or need an answer?  Please contact Ryan Klein at rklein@alliancepharmaco.com or 919-801-3146.

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> Making the Most of Your Virtual Conference Experience

Nov 10, 2020 2:00:00 PM / by Ryan Klein posted in Pharmaceuticals, Conferences, DMPK

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Remember when we used to meet in person for our conference experiences? We would gather at conference centers and hotel complexes to attend great seminars, to have insightful conversation, to reconnect with old friends and to make new friends. Everything has changed this year as we all continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic. We understand that many of us are sad about what we may miss, but we are thankful for the technology available that allows us to still attend conferences virtually. We know great interactions, education and conversations can still occur even if it has to happen online!

Our latest blog offers tips on how you can make the most of your virtual conference experience. We hope these tips help you as you adapt to our “new normal”. We look forward to seeing and meeting with you during virtual events in the months ahead. Thank you for the trust you put into us with your drug development and drug metabolism projects!

Tips for attending a virtual conference

We are all used to packing our bags, traveling and preparing for our interactions when it comes to attending conferences. COVID-19, however; has changed all of that this year. As many conferences are turning into virtual events, we thought we’d highlight some ways you can get the most out of your virtual conference experience.

  • Prepare mentally for attending the conference. You don't want to just "show up" online. Be prepared with any prep work you would have done prior to an in-person conference. This includes being aware of any potential distractions surrounding you, including your email and phone notifications. It’s tempting to try and multi-task in this circumstance, but do what you can to stay focused on the meeting, just like you would if you attended in person.

  • Be bold. Just as you wouldn't attend an in-person conference and stay in your room the entire time, except for a session or two, you must also be bold in these virtual settings. That means being willing to ask the questions, make the introductions and network. Many virtual conference platforms are offering video chats. Don’t be afraid to ask someone for a face-to-face call.

  • Be active on social media. Social media is a great tool for staying connected and asking questions before, during and after a virtual conference. If you aren't comfortable asking in a live event, use that hashtag to ask your questions on social media channels. Not sure you want your question in public spaces? Follow the social media channels of the conference host, speakers, panelists, sponsors, vendors and attendees, and use those direct message features or find the contact info for that direct email or phone call.

  • Take time to stroll. At a conference, you may pick up a cup of coffee and stroll through the booth areas. Do the same with virtual booth access. Vendors are supporting the virtual meeting through funding and their presence at the meeting. Provide some support for them by visiting the virtual booth and learning about their services in between presentations and during the times dedicated to the virtual exhibit hall.

  • Be patient! Just as you are learning to now navigate a virtual conference, so are all the other attendees, vendors and hosts. There will be times when technology doesn't work right, people forget to mute themselves or even random hiccups occur. Some of it may even feel awkward. Through it all, remember we are all working to adapt in the midst of all the changes COVID-19 has brought this year.

  • Don’t leave early. That last session or final connection may just be the one that makes a difference for you and your company. Make sure to take full advantage of the entire schedule and resist the temptation to head to the couch early.

You can find our conference schedule on our website and our social media channels. Please remember we may not have a table set up around the corner of the conference hall, but we are here to answer any of your questions and welcome your conversation. Visit us at our virtual booth and chat with our team through the virtual conference links at our scheduled events. You are also always welcome to contact us at 610-296-3152 or info@alliancepharmaco.com.

We look forward to seeing you at that next virtual conference!


If you’re going to any upcoming conferences and would like to meet with us, please contact Ryan Klein at rklein@alliancepharmaco.com or 919-801-3146.

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> POSTERS: 12th International ISSX Meeting

Nov 15, 2019 10:30:00 AM / by Ryan Klein posted in Pharmaceuticals, Conferences, DMPK

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Seven hundred scientists, students, and exhibitors convened at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon, USA this past July 28–31 for ISSX2019.

Alliance Pharma is proud to have presented the three posters below.
Click poster images below to download a PDF file.

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If you’re going to any upcoming conferences and would like to meet with us, please contact Ryan Klein at rklein@alliancepharmaco.com or 919-801-3146.

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> University of Wisconsin Land O’Lakes DMPK Conference

Sep 6, 2019 10:00:00 AM / by Alliance Pharma posted in Pharmaceuticals, Conferences, DMPK

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University of Wisconsin Land O’Lakes DMPK ConferenceThe Land O’Lakes conference series is one of the longest running and most revered teaching conferences in the pharmaceutical industry. Over the last two decades, the Land O’Lakes conferences have been developed by the division of pharmacy professional development within the school of pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and have an impeccable reputation within the pharmaceutical industry for shedding light on cutting edge topics, bringing in knowledgeable experts and having an intimate setting which lends itself to some fantastic networking opportunities. 

We at Alliance Pharma are pleased to announce that we will be attending the 22nd annual Land O’Lakes conference on Drug Metabolism and Applied Pharmacokinetics on September 9th thru September 12th in Madison, Wisconsin. We are excited and eager to hear from industry leaders on the new advances in drug delivery, action and metabolism. This years’ meeting is titled ‘Found in Translation: Adaptive DMPK Strategies’, and will include topics focused on target mediated drug disposition (TMDD), endogenous biomarkers and more.


Target mediated drug disposition requires that we think outside the box in terms of drug distribution and elimination from the body. TMDD often exhibits nonlinear pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics due to the drugs unusually high affinity to a binding site.


Endogenous biomarker research, particularly in the drug transporter area, continues to rapidly evolve. Our biomarker team at Alliance is a highly experienced team with significant expertise in biomarker method development and analysis, yet we are always eager to learn more!


If you’re going to the conference and would like to meet with us, please contact Ryan Klein at rklein@alliancepharmaco.com or 919-801-3146.

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Conference for Pharmaceutical Scientists AAPS2016

Dec 7, 2016 4:47:00 AM / by adminweb_1 posted in Conferences

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On November 13, our team of top scientists traveled to Denver, Colorado for the 2016 AAPS Annual Conference for pharmaceutical scientists. The conference was kicked off with a keynote address from Daniel Fletcher, PhD who discussed novel technology, new delivery modalities, accelerated drug development, and precision medicine. Our booth, which was serendipitously situated next to the Rest and Relaxation Lounge, welcomed a host of pharmaceutical professionals, academic leaders, and job-seekers. Visitors received an Alliance Pharma lunchbox or a handy letter opener.

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Many connections were made at the various networking events like the Welcome-Reception, the American Chinese Pharmaceutical Association Meeting, and the 80’s Party hosted by Core RX and Mutchler Inc. Presenters and attendees at the conference included Teva, BASF, Agilent, Triangle Research Labs, Science Exchange, MedPace, and Pfizer, to name a few. Many members of the FDA were also onsite.

Researchers seeking a CRO (contract research organization) find value in the conference because they can make a trusted in-person connection and quickly discern the qualities of a specific CRO. For example, the ideal CRO offers quick-turn around, high-quality data, and competitive pricing. The conference was also an opportunity to share updates on our company. This year, Alliance Pharma had added a Vivarium for animal research studies and a new lab for Large Molecule Bioanalysis.

Tweets from #AAPS2016

Dr. Meng Feng presented a poster on microsampling titled Mouse Pharmacokinetic Study of Ceftriaxone Using MitraTM Microsampling Devices. (View the full details here.) In his work with a group of Alliance colleagues, Dr. Feng concluded that MitraTM microsampling devices provide a methodology that can be used for serial blood sampling in drug discovery mouse studies, and which could reduce costs, improve animal welfare, and save precious test articles.

Dr. Yong Lin presented a poster on Adaptation and Validation of a Multiplex Assay Kit for the Quantitative Analysis of Aβ38, Aβ40, and Aβ42 Peptides in Cynomolgus Monkey Plasma at AAPS. (View the original poster here.)

2017 Conference for Pharmaceutical Scientists

If you are seeking another conference for pharmaceutical scientists, consider joining us in 2017 at one of our upcoming events. View the full conference schedule here.

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Gordon Research Conference on Drug Metabolism 2016

Jul 20, 2016 5:05:00 AM / by adminweb_1 posted in Conferences

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Alliance Pharma attended the Gordon Research Conference on Drug Metabolism on July 10–15, 2016. The conference took place at the Holderness School in Holderness, NH. Alliance Pharma was one of the sponsors of the conference. The conference brings together industry, academic, and regulatory scientists with interests in Drug Metabolism. The goal of the conference was to address the revolutionary changes happening in the discovery of highly selective medicines and therapeutic regimens for patients with inherited and acquired diseases.

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Pictured: conference attendees including Dr. Michael Liu, Dr. Zhiyang Zhao , and Dr. Karsten Holm from Alliance Pharma.

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