1st International

Antibody Validation Meeting

  • Queen Mary University (London)
  • 15/10/14
  • 9 Speakers

In October of 2014 the 1st International Antibody Validation Forum was hosted by St John’s Laboratory at Queen Mary University (London).

The forum, which launched this series of meetings, brought together attendees from academia and industry and even saw the launch of the F1000Research Antibody Validation Collection.

The talks

Talks from the 2014 event are hosted by St John's Laboratory on their YouTube Channel.

1st International Antibody Validation Forum Introduction
David Rimm (Yale University) Use and Abuse of Antibodies in Research and the Clinic.
Frank Hills (Middlesex University London) Applications of Antibody Technology to Research.
John Mountzouris (Abgent) Antibody validation: Discovery demands it.
Jan Voskuil (Everest Antibodies) Validating Commercial Antibodies in The Most Cost-Effective Way.
Andrew Chalmers (University of Bath/CiteAb) CiteAb and Antibody Validation.
Fridtjof Lund-Johansen (Oslo University Hospital)
Simon Glerup (Aarhus University) Navigating the good, the bad and the ugly research antibody. Usefulness of antibody review platforms.
Michael Markie (F1000Research) A new article type and platform for the publication of antibody validations.