Bioprocess insights 2016 seminar

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Bioprocess insights seminar

The biopharmaceutical industry is rapidly evolving. Making decisions and setting up strategies in such a fast-changing environment can be challenging. In this situation, knowledge is what makes the difference.

Join us for an all-day seminar where two of our industry experts will share novel thinking and approaches for achieving a more flexible and cost-efficient biomanufacturing process. Explore the presentation topics that will be covered at this free seminar.


Event details

Date: Monday, August 8, 2016
Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM EST (lunch provided)
Host: Holly Krupp, Field Sales Manager, GE Healthcare
Location:
Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia – King of Prussia,
Independence North Ballroom,
260 Mall Boulevard,
King of Prussia, PA 19406.

Bioprocess Insights 2016 Seminar Presentations

Points to consider for continuous bioprocessing


Biosimilar development: manufacturing technology, master development plan, and regulatory strategy


Managing for best economy: closing technology gaps and integrating upstream and downstream process development


Technology developments and improvements in mAb downstream processing—recent achievements and outlook

Bioprocess Insights 2016 Seminar Presenters

Günter Jagschies

Dr. Günter Jagschies currently holds the position of Senior Director, Strategic Customer Relations at GE Healthcare. His experience from the bioprocessing industry stretches over more than 30 years. He has held senior management positions at GE Healthcare in Sales, Marketing, and R&D. In 2012, he received the BioProcess International Award as “Thought Leader of the Decade”, for Downstream Processing.

Parrish Galliher

Mr. Parrish Galliher currently holds the position of Chief Technology Officer, Upstream, at GE Healthcare. He has a profound experience from the upstream bioprocessing business having held several senior management roles within the industry since the early 1980’s. He founded Xcellerex Inc. in 2002, later acquired by GE Healthcare. In 2012, he received the BioProcess International Award as “Thought Leader of the Decade”, for Upstream Processing.