VISITING SCIENTIST DAY 2018

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Binodh-Desilva Oct20162

“Dream Big”, is exactly what the U of S – AAPS Student Chapter did when they decided to invite Dr. Binodh DeSilva, the immediate past president and current board member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, and Head of Analytical Strategy & Operations at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) Company (NJ, USA) as the guest speaker for the 3rd Annual U of S AAPS Visiting Scientist Day, held on September 19 – 20th, 2018. The chapter executive members are excited about this two-day event, which is bigger than ever.

Dr. DeSilva received her Bachelor’s in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka in 1987, and a Ph.D. in Chemistry (Bioanalytical) from the University of Kansas, USA in 1994. Prior to joining BMS, Dr. DeSilva led the bioanalytical teams at Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals (New York) and Amgen (California). She has been an active participant in developing bioanalytical guidance and has represented North America as a member of the Steering Committee of the Global Bioanalytical Consortium. Dr. DeSilva has extensively published topics on validation of Ligand Binding assays, use of emerging technologies to enable bioanalysis, scientific data driven decisions when validating the for regulated support and so forth.

Seminar- Bioanalysis in Enabling Precision Medicine:  Bioanalysis –Empowered by Innovation Shaped by Regulation

Short Course/Workshop 1- Managing the Life Cycle of a Bioanalytical Method

Workshop 2: Career & Professional Development

2017 AAPS- Dr. DeSilva
President of the AAPS Dr. Binodh DeSilva (2016 -2017) was invited by the U of S Chapter Chair Frank De Silva (2017 – 2018) at the 2017 Annual AAPS Meeting & Exposition (San Diego, California, USA) to be the guest speaker for the U of S Visiting Scientist Day 2018 as part of the AAPS Visiting scientist Program.

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