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De-risk Technology Implementation to Remove Bottlenecks, Streamline Development and Reduce Cost

June 21-22, 2018
  • San Diego, CA

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Day One | Thursday, June 21, 2018

7:30

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00

Co-Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

Richard Braatz, PhD
Edwin R. Gilliland Professor, MIT;
President, American Automatic Control Council

Bottlenecks in DSP Processes and
Business Case Improvement

8:15

OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS Drivers and Disruptions in Downstream Bioprocessing — Where Are We Going?

David Wood, PhD
Professor of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering
Ohio State University – College of Engineering

9:00

Future-Proof Operations —
A Proactive Approach to Current DSP Challenges and Bottlenecks

Richard Braatz, PhD
Edwin R. Gilliland Professor, MIT;
President, American Automatic Control Council

9:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

10:15

Evolve Manufacturing Processes by Implementing Disruptive Technologies

Yuyi Shen, PhD
Principal Scientist
Grifols

11:00

PANEL Through the Looking Glass —
An Examination of DSP Through the Lens of Technological Disruption

Moderator:

David Wood, PhD
Professor of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering
Ohio State University – College of Engineering

12:00

Networking Luncheon

1:00

Harvest Clarification, Flocculation and the Potential of Protein Precipitation in Continuous Technologies

Richard Ding, PhD
Director, Downstream Process Development and Manufacturing Operations
Anaptysbio

1:45

Impact of CHO Cell Culture Clarification by Depth Filtration on the Reduction of Monoclonal Antibody Interchain Disulfide Bonds

Brian O’Mara
Senior Research Scientist
Bristol-Myers Squibb

2:30

Intensification of mAb Downstream Processes Using Impurity Precipitation Strategies

Anja Trapp, MSc
Bioprocessing Technology & Innovation Scientist
Rentschler Biopharma SE

3:15

Networking and Refreshment Break

3:45

Identification and Removal of Problematic Host Cell Proteins in CHO Bioprocessing

Abraham M. Lenhoff, PhD
Allan P. Colburn Professor – Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Delaware

4:30

Reduce Risk, Increase Quality and Right Size Your Manufacturing Platform Using Disposable Membrane-Based Chromatography

James Stout, PhD
Director, Process Science Biologics
BioVectra Inc.

5:15

THINK TANK Disruptive Technology

Facilitator:

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

6:15

Close of Day One

Networking, Cocktail Reception and
Meet the Speakers in the Exhibit Area
immediately following the final session on day one

Day Two | Friday, June 22, 2018

7:30

Continental Breakfast

8:00

Co-Chair’s Review of Day One

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

Richard Braatz, PhD
Edwin R. Gilliland Professor, MIT;
President, American Automatic Control Council

Novel Process Applications

8:15

Commercial Integration of Emerging Technologies

Speaker TBA

9:00

Intensification of Process Characterization to Enable Expedited Programs

Yuan Chang, PhD
Director, Downstream Process Development
KBI Biopharma

9:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

10:15

How to Achieve Simplicity and Accuracy in pH Monitoring with Science Based Understanding and Innovative Coplanar Sensor Design

CD Feng, PhD
Principal Technologist
Broadley-James Corporation

11:00

PANEL Opportunities for Process Integration and Examples of Successful Deployment

Moderator:

James Stout, PhD
Director, Process Science Biologics
BioVectra Inc.

Panelists:

Richard Ding
Director, Downstream Process Development and Manufacturing Operations
Anaptysbio

Yuyi Shen, PhD
Principal Scientist
Grifols

Yuan Chang, PhD
Director, Downstream Process Development
KBI Biopharma

12:00

Networking Luncheon

The Path Forward

1:00

Quality by Design Application for Downstream Processes —
From R&D to Commerciality

Eileen Cortez, EIT, MBA
Associate Director, QA Validation
BioMarin

1:45

Flexible Scalability in Downstream Manufacturing

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

2:30

CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS De-Risking New Technology to Push Innovative Ideas Ahead —
Strategies to Accelerate Technology Adoption

Lynne Frick
Founder
BioGuides LLC

3:15

Close of Conference

Agenda

Want more agenda details? Download the brochure.

Want more agenda details? Download the brochure.

Day One | Thursday, June 21, 2018

7:30

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00

Co-Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

Richard Braatz, PhD
Edwin R. Gilliland Professor, MIT;
President, American Automatic Control Council

Bottlenecks in DSP Processes and
Business Case Improvement

8:15

OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS Drivers and Disruptions in Downstream Bioprocessing — Where Are We Going?

David Wood, PhD
Professor of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering
Ohio State University – College of Engineering

9:00

Future-Proof Operations —
A Proactive Approach to Current DSP Challenges and Bottlenecks

Richard Braatz, PhD
Edwin R. Gilliland Professor, MIT;
President, American Automatic Control Council

9:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

10:15

Evolve Manufacturing Processes by Implementing Disruptive Technologies

Yuyi Shen, PhD
Principal Scientist
Grifols

11:00

PANEL Through the Looking Glass —
An Examination of DSP Through the Lens of Technological Disruption

Moderator:

David Wood, PhD
Professor of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering
Ohio State University – College of Engineering

12:00

Networking Luncheon

1:00

Harvest Clarification, Flocculation and the Potential of Protein Precipitation in Continuous Technologies

Richard Ding, PhD
Director, Downstream Process Development and Manufacturing Operations
Anaptysbio

1:45

Impact of CHO Cell Culture Clarification by Depth Filtration on the Reduction of Monoclonal Antibody Interchain Disulfide Bonds

Brian O’Mara
Senior Research Scientist
Bristol-Myers Squibb

2:30

Intensification of mAb Downstream Processes Using Impurity Precipitation Strategies

Anja Trapp, MSc
Bioprocessing Technology & Innovation Scientist
Rentschler Biopharma SE

3:15

Networking and Refreshment Break

3:45

Identification and Removal of Problematic Host Cell Proteins in CHO Bioprocessing

Abraham M. Lenhoff, PhD
Allan P. Colburn Professor – Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Delaware

4:30

Reduce Risk, Increase Quality and Right Size Your Manufacturing Platform Using Disposable Membrane-Based Chromatography

James Stout, PhD
Director, Process Science Biologics
BioVectra Inc.

5:15

THINK TANK Disruptive Technology

Facilitator:

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

6:15

Close of Day One

Networking, Cocktail Reception and
Meet the Speakers in the Exhibit Area
immediately following the final session on day one

Day Two | Friday, June 22, 2018

7:30

Continental Breakfast

8:00

Co-Chair’s Review of Day One

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

Richard Braatz, PhD
Edwin R. Gilliland Professor, MIT;
President, American Automatic Control Council

Novel Process Applications

8:15

Commercial Integration of Emerging Technologies

Speaker TBA

9:00

Intensification of Process Characterization to Enable Expedited Programs

Yuan Chang, PhD
Director, Downstream Process Development
KBI Biopharma

9:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

10:15

How to Achieve Simplicity and Accuracy in pH Monitoring with Science Based Understanding and Innovative Coplanar Sensor Design

CD Feng, PhD
Principal Technologist
Broadley-James Corporation

11:00

PANEL Opportunities for Process Integration and Examples of Successful Deployment

Moderator:

James Stout, PhD
Director, Process Science Biologics
BioVectra Inc.

Panelists:

Richard Ding
Director, Downstream Process Development and Manufacturing Operations
Anaptysbio

Yuyi Shen, PhD
Principal Scientist
Grifols

Yuan Chang, PhD
Director, Downstream Process Development
KBI Biopharma

12:00

Networking Luncheon

The Path Forward

1:00

Quality by Design Application for Downstream Processes —
From R&D to Commerciality

Eileen Cortez, EIT, MBA
Associate Director, QA Validation
BioMarin

1:45

Flexible Scalability in Downstream Manufacturing

David Kolwyck, MBA
Global Director, Manufacturing Science for Raw Materials
Biogen

2:30

CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS De-Risking New Technology to Push Innovative Ideas Ahead —
Strategies to Accelerate Technology Adoption

Lynne Frick
Founder
BioGuides LLC

3:15

Close of Conference