Accurate platform-specific reference intervals (RIs) established using a healthy pediatric population are essential for interpretation of cytokine expression patterns in children. They provide a baseline to which laboratory test results can be compared in clinical practice.
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If you’re an academic, translational, or clinical researcher you don’t want to miss this insightful discussion. Register now for the webinar “Dynamic pediatric reference value distributions for plasma cytokines” to attend live on Wednesday, November 3rd at 11 AM ET or to ensure you receive the on-demand recording.
Dr. Lusia Sepiashvili is a board-certified Clinical Biochemist in the Department of Paediatric Laboratory Medicine at The Hospital for Sick Children. She is involved in numerous collaborative research studies as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology at the University of Toronto. She co-authored 12 peer-reviewed manuscripts, 3 book chapters, and presented over 20 abstracts internationally and nationally. She serves as the Associate Editor for the AACC NEJM+ Clinical Immunology adaptive learning courses and recently served as a member of the AACC’s COVID 19 Serology Task Force where she contributed to the guidelines for clinical implementation and interpretation of SARS-CoV-2 serologic tests.
Rajiv Pande, Ph.D. is Director of Commercial Immunoassays at Bio-Techne. He was a co-founder of the technology venture that developed and commercialized the Simple Plex (Ella™) platform; subsequently acquired by Bio-Techne. Rajiv has served in technical, commercial and leadership roles across multiple ventures over the last two decades, and has created, developed and commercialized multiple technologies and products.
Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Time: 11am ET / 8am PT
Duration: 1 Hour
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