Speed and efficiency are critical elements of a biomanufacturing strategy and the right supplier can contribute to your business success. Discover how optionality minimizes capital investment risks and dramatically increases speed to market. Engage with GE to gain access to our industry expertise and insights that boost productivity, increase output, strengthen performance, and speed results.
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Tue, Mar 12 10 AM Mission City B4
Presenter: Parrish Galliher, Chief Technology Officer, Upstream, GE Healthcare
Track: Flexible & Smart Facilities
Tue, Mar 12 2:45 PM Mission City B4
Presenter: Harlan S. Knapp, Business Development Manager, GE Healthcare
Track: Flexible & Smart Facilities
Tue, Mar 12 2:15 PM Mission City B5
Presenter: Jerome Pezzini, Scientist, DSP Breakthrough Skill Center, Sanofi
Track: Late Stage
GE Healthcare Life Sciences and Sealed Air Corporation will discuss how they incorporated the tenets and disciplines, in the BPOG publication “Supply Chain Mapping a Best Practice for the Biopharma Industry”, into a multi-resin bioprocessing film. The collaborative project was highly complex as it contained several layers of sub-suppliers. Benefits from these actions will be shared along with case studies showing how mapping the supply chain highlighted the need for appropriately placed controls to better manage identified risks. GE will also present the expansion and activation of a security of supply business function within the single-use bioprocess business.
There are tangible benefits to integrating the bioprocessing equipment in a facility into one continuous network of systems and data. The cost and effort to integrate the multiple pieces of equipment will be noticeably lower when considered early in the design phase. Key considerations include redundancy, flexibility, multiproduct production, communication network choice, customization versus cost control, and alignment across sites. We have gained valuable experiences integrating different pieces of equipment into a single solution and identified key elements for success.
Presenter: Peter C. Genest, Director of Automation Offerings and Strategy, GE Healthcare
Peter is a subject matter expert on single-use products with extensive experience at GE Healthcare providing global technical support as the lead solution architect. Prior to GE, he gained hands on experience in technical and manufacturing roles in biomanufacturing at Wyeth and as an engineer at Integrated Process Technologies. Peter is focused on designing customer-centric solutions that incorporate technologies that drive efficiency and flexibility. Peter earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering at Villanova University.
Control batch consistency and drive bioprocess improvement by understanding the relationship between raw materials and process results.
With the right tools and support you can balance innovation, speed, and robustness in your late-stage process development.
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