Event info
Date:13 Apr
Time:14:00 - 15:00
Venue:Online
Contact person
Nicole Mastrell

Nicole Mastrell

Event Manager & PA to CEO

nm@mva.org

+45 6141 8634

Leveraging Advanced Tools to Shorten Biologic Development Timelines

Biopharmaceutical companies that are working to bring drugs to patients as quickly as possible look for next-gen innovations that can increase speed and efficiency of biologic development. New advancements in cell line development and process development can improve manufacturing processes for even the most complex biologics.

In this webinar, co-organized with Bionow, experts from Catalent Biologics and 3M will discuss new cell line development methodologies, including new instrumentation, which are enabling complex programs to be performed more efficiently, as well as how the use of novel technologies can enable simplified process intensification for cell culture harvest and downstream processes.

Date: April 13, 2021
Time: 14:00 CET, 3 p.m. BST
Venue: Online

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Program

Steven Hager, Ph.D.
Director, Science & Technology, Catalent BiologicsImproved Methods for Cell Line Development of Difficult to Express Proteins

  • GPEx® Boost: Cell line engineering approaches
  • Improve titers and cell-specific productivity
  • How and why GPEx® Boost speeds biologic development timeline into the clinic.
David Chau, Ph.D.
Senior Application Engineer, 3MEnabling Process Intensification through Novel Ligand Chemistries and Materials for Next-Gen Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

• Harvest and downstream process intensification and simplification.
• High cell density culture harvest and clarification using novel fibrous chromatography.
• Enabling single use polishing AEX unit operation transition using novel technologies.

 

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