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Presenter: Christel Fenge, PhD, Head of R&D for GE Healthcare, Uppsala, Sweden
Date: Tue. April 2
Time: 2:15–3 PM
Dr. Christel Fenge leads around 600 researchers and developers in Sweden, the United States and India. The team is responsible for Cell Culture and Chromatography Media, Upstream and Downstream Systems and Consumables research, development and lifecycle management. Christel has spent a majority of her career in biopharma, and she maintains a closeness to customers that helps the GE Healthcare R&D team be aware of trends and future needs. She is particularly keen to develop products and services addressing critical customer challenges. Under her guidance, the team in 2018 opened GE’s first Additive Manufacturing center, where 3D-printed parts can rapidly improve time and investments in the manufacturing and research processes for healthcare.
Christel Fenge received her doctorate in Biochemistry from the University of Hanover, Germany.
Presenter: Madhu Raghunathan, Product Strategy Leader, Hardware, GE Healthcare, Marlborough, MA
Date: Wed. April 3
Time: 11:00 AM–12:00 PM
As Product Strategy Leader at GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Madhu Raghunathan drives evolution of GE’s process hardware equipment to enable next-generation biomanufacturing. He also collaborates with biopharmaceutical companies to identify opportunities for greater downstream process efficiency. In previous roles, Madhu led bioprocess market development for GE in the Asia-Pacific region, developed industrial automation control systems, and commercialized technological innovations.
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