Webcast

The Panel of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Experts at your Disposal

Sheryl Ryan
Editor in Chief
BioPharm International
Kenneth B. Mendel, PhD
Sr. Director,
Biopharmaceutical Operations
Laureate Pharma, Inc.
Bob L. Chavez
Managing Partner
BioPlan Associates, Inc
Gary M. Morgan
VP Sales & Marketing
Wave Biotech

Live on February 15, 2007 @ 2:00 PM EST
Evaluating Disposables: Single-Use Technologies in Biomanufacturing
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The biomanufacturing industry is under constant pressure to reduce the cost of manufacturing biopharmaceuticals and implement risk-based strategies. Companies are rising to this challenge by increasingly migrating toward using disposables in the manufacture of bioptherapeutics. The use of disposables presents an attractive alternative to conventional biopharmaceutical manufacturing employing tanks, columns and carboys. Single-use technologies eliminate sterilization and cleaning procedures, resulting in reduced capital investment, lower utility costs and increased flexibility in manufacturing. They also avoid issues of cross contamination between products. For this reason Disposables are often used in filling operations.

During this informative discussion we will address the benefits and challenges of single-use technologies, the trends in disposable equipment, and case studies demonstrating the success of single-use technologies in the manufacturing of protein-based therapeutics. This Webcast features live Q&A; a great opportunity for the audience to get immediate answers from the experts on your immediate challenges.

Learning Points: You Will Not Leave This Webcast without Knowing…

  • Analysis of critical issues facing Biomanufacturing
  • The evolution of single use technologies and latest trends
  • Issues with single-use technologies from a user perspective
  • Cost benefit analysis of single-use technologies
  • How to address challenges in implementing disposable systems
    (in new and existing facilities)
  • Technology adoption and maturation from a supplier perspective
  • Successful use of single-use technologies in biomanufacturing from a CASE STUDY
  • Expert perspectives on your voiced issues and concerns (live Q&A)

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