THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2015
Manufacturing Science Analytics: Predictors of Biotherapeutic Product Quality
Biotherapeutic characterization requires an in-depth analysis of the final product's structure and stability. Scientists and engineers can exploit this historical knowledge to develop process models that are predictors of the quality attributes of final products. These predictive models are utilized during manufacturing to guide process control with biosensors, off-line measurements, and extrapolated algorithms. Industrial, federal, and academic researchers will gather to discuss the current trends in process modeling and its relation to the biotherapeutic "fingerprint." On Thursday, June 25, 2015 at 8:30 am join the thought-leaders, policy-makers, and creators of biosimilars as we present current trends, ideas, and predictions.
Real-Time Predictive Models: Bio-Sensors and Bio-Predictors
Computational and Analytical Methods for Predictive Final Product
Dr. Thomas Fuerst, Director, Institute for Bioscience Biotechnology Research (IBBR)
Dr. John Marino, Leader, Biomolecular Structure & Function Group, National Institute of Standards and Technology
The Biomanufacturing Technology Summit registration fee for attendees is $99. Registration includes access to speaker presentations, panel sessions and content, plus breakfast, lunch, breaks, and the evening networking reception. Seating is limited so register today.