NCATS offers a variety of Assay Guidance Manual training workshops throughout the year designed to share best practices and advice on robust assay design, development and implementation for researchers involved in the drug discovery process.
NCATS offers an Assay Guidance Manual (AGM) Training Workshop online in addition to the in-person AGM workshops held throughout the year. The online training workshop also features experts sharing best practices and expert advice on assay design, development and implementation. View the video modules.
March 26-27, 2018
William F. Bolger Center
9600 Newbridge Drive
Potomac, Maryland 20854
9800 Medical Center Drive
Building B, 3rd Floor Boardroom
Rockville, Maryland 20850
NCATS is supporting this two-day workshop that will cover a broad range of critical concepts underlying assay development for high-throughput screening and lead discovery projects, along with hands-on data analysis training. This workshop, which will feature presentations by several NCATS staff members and scientists from pharmaceutical companies, is designed to disseminate critical information about the implementation of robust assay methods and is particularly relevant for researchers developing bioassays for the discovery of drugs or chemical probes. Many of the workshop instructors have 20 to 30 years of experience in the field of drug discovery. Learn more >
Registration is free and available on a first come, first served basis. Be sure to register no later than March 19, 2018.
Learn more about past training workshops and read participant testimonials.
NCATS supported this full-day workshop that covered a broad range of critical concepts underlying assay development for high-throughput screening and lead discovery projects. View the agenda.
NCATS supported this full-day workshop that covered a broad range of critical concepts underlying assay development for high-throughput screening and lead discovery projects. More than 40 people participated to learn more about the implementation of robust assay methods and development of bioassays for the discovery of drugs or chemical probes. Learn more. View the agenda.
More than 30 industry and academic researchers from nine countries and 12 U.S. states participated in the Washington, D.C., workshop, held in conjunction with the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening’s annual international conference. Learn more. View the agenda.
Learn about how more than 100 participants attended the Assay Guidance Workshop for High-Throughput Screening and Lead Discovery in College Park, Maryland, hosted by NCATS and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). View the agenda.