European BioAnalysis Forum
Nov 15-17, Booth 2E
Speak to our experts to learn how an innovative approach to transform your bioanalytical operations and to improve data quality, productivity and compliance, according to industry standards such as ICH M10 standards
ICH M10-compliant consistency, quality, and reproducibility for preclinical BioPharma operations
IDBS is attending the European Bioanalysis Forum (EBF) in Barcelona, a great forum for bioanalytical discussions. The crucial role of BioAnalysis for the successful implementation of pre-clinical and subsequent clinical pharmacological studies means BioAnalytical teams are under pressure to increase throughput, without compromising quality and data integrity.
If you miss us at EBF, you can still book a demo with one of our specialists. Discover how our secure, compliant Polar BioAnalysis data management platform could transform your bioanalytical operations and increase capacity by driving quality, consistency and cutting your study cycle time by up to 50%.
Polar BioAnalysis combines electronic data capture with structured workflows that drive standard bioanalytical processes. We’ve based these workflows on best practices defined with the world’s leading pharmaceutical, biotech and CROs, and configured them for study definition, sample preparation, data acquisition and analysis, and workflow auditing.
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Meet the team
Lead Solutions Consultant, IDBS
Kevin Tse is a Solutions Consultant at IDBS. As part of the Solutions team at IDBS, Kevin leverages extensive industry experience and product expertise to identify value-added solutions to each business’ unique challenges and goals. Prior to joining IDBS, Kevin held a variety of bioanalytical roles in pre-clinical research, analytical development, and quality control within the biopharmaceutical industry. Kevin holds a BS in Biology from University of Massachusetts Amherst and a MS Bioscience Administration from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Carolina de las Heras Alarcón
Sales Development Lead, IDBS
Carolina holds a PhD in Smart Polymers for Gene Therapy from Portsmouth University and has engaged in fruitful collaborations with Cambridge University. Her academic journey began with a degree in Chemistry and she further honed her expertise during a year of dedicated research at Utrecht University in the field of biologics. During her postdoctoral research in Europe, she worked for five years in R&D within chemical industries. Her professional journey continued with roles as a scientist and project manager at Spanish biotech companies and in IT, working as an administrator. She has worked as a Sales Development Lead over the last two years, actively creating opportunities and facilitating to the digital transformation of the pharmaceutical industry in the EMEA region.