Implementing Single Use Technologies for Increased Pipelines and Decreased Timelines
More Than a Trend Setter – Disposables are More Than Keeping up With Trends - Steel is so Last Year!
The disposable biomanufacturing industry has grown exponentially over the past decade, and it continues to revolutionise how biotherapeutics are manufactured today. The last few years has seen a rapid shift in single use systems. The Disposables market is estimated to be worth $300 billion in 2016.
PharmaIQ's 7th Annual Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing event will bring you everything you need to ensure successful and compliant implementation for your Single-Use Systems including:
Local and global compliance: regulatory updates from the PDA, EMEA, FDA, BPSA and more including interactive sessions
Change Management – ensuring smooth implementation
Comparison between standard and disposable technologies - the pros and cons
Successful case studies from leaders in the field
Brand New for 2015:
Flexible Facilities Management – are pop-up rooms the answer?
A view from the Contract Manufacturing Organisations (CMOs)
Case Studies - hear from companies who have already implemented disposable systems
And much more!
Back Due to Popular Demand:
Extractables and Leachables Focus Day – more in depth discussions on the new PDA guidelines
Standard Conference Package: €1899
Speakers: Duncan Low Executive Scientific Director Amgen Inc., Ciska Dalm Project Leader Upstream Processing Synthon BV, Melanie Pires Pharmaceutical Assessor, Licensing Division MHRA, Francis Verhoeye Director Biological Development Europe Zoetis Belgium SA, Xavier Derouck Global Senior Sourcing Manager, Single Use Technology GlaxoSmithKline Vaccines, Desmond Hunt Senior Scientific Liaison United States Pharmacopoeia, Morten Munk Vice President CMC Biologics AS, Sara Gobbi Director of European Affairs ASTM International, Alain Pralong VP New Product Introduction and Industrialization GlaxoSmithKline, Jerold Martin Chair BPSA, Wolf Berthold President Independent Consultant
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