OCT 13, 2020 5:00 AM PDT

Lifting the Veil on Innovations and Product Launches 2020

Sponsored by: Bruker Daltonics
Speaker
  • Senior Vice President R&D, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs Bruker DALTONICS Microbiology & Diagnostics
    Biography
      Dr. Markus Kostrzewa joined Bruker in 1998 as Head of the new R&D group “Bioanalytical Development“, establishing molecular biology and biology related development at Bruker Daltonik GmbH. The initial focus went to development of DNA analysis methods by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry, and “Clinical Proteomics”, the latter covering methods, consumables and software for mass spectrometry profiling of body fluids and tissues.
      His R&D group progressed to successful development of microorganism identification by Bruker's MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry, today globally known as the “MALDI Biotyper®” system.
      Dr. Kostrzewa became Director Molecular Biology R&D in 2005, got promoted to Vice President Clinical Mass Spectrometry R&D in 2012, which was broadened to Vice President Microbiology & Diagnostics R&D in 2017.
      Since 2019, Dr. Kostrzewa is Bruker's Senior Vice President Microbiology & Diagnostics R&D, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, heading innovation at Bruker Microbiology and Diagnostics. This includes strategic planning of innovative products and driving regulatory approval processes (IVD-CE labelling, FDA clearance, ISO/AOAC certification for Food market).

    Abstract
    Date:  October 13, 2020
    Time: 5:00am (PDT),  8:00am (EDT),  2:00 pm (CEST)
     
    Dr. Markus Kostrzewa shall elaborate the progress that has been made in Bruker Microbiology & Diagnostics (M&D) Research and Development, including new product launches as well as improvements of existing systems. Also, provisional results of some ongoing innovation projects and studies will be reported. The topics will cover the whole area of Bruker M&D R&D, including MALDI Biotyper®, IR Biotyper®, susceptibility testing and PCR technology.
     
     
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