Monday, December 16, 2013

Take Part in 2 Interactive Flexible Facility Discussions

IBC’s Flexible Facilities brings together senior level executive and scientists from biopharmas, CMO’s, technology providers, engineering firms and regulatory groups to explore the changing landscape of biologics manufacturing - so what better place to get all the answers you need and take part in these two interactive discussions! 

Functionally-Closed Processing in CNC Environments: What is Holding Us Back? 

• What defines a closed system? 
• How closed is closed in a closed system process? 
• Regulatory perspectives in closed systems 

Marc Pelletier, Ph. D., Directory of Biotechnology, CRB Consulting Engineers 
Scott Probst, Ph.D., Group Head, HealthCare and Biotechnology, Bayer Technology Services, Germany Sebastien Ribault, Ph.D., Director, Bioproduction and Development, Merck Millipore, France 

Where Do You Have to Compromise When Designing and Implementing a Flexible Facility? 

• What facility design criteria are most important for your product portfolio? 
• How to balance optimal facility needs with accelerated timelines and limited resources? 
• What compromises should you never make when designing your facility? 

R. Thomas Warf, Director, Manufacturing, Facilities & Engineering, BARDA, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services 


Chris McDonald, Site Head, Holly Springs Site, Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics 
Vijay Yabammavar, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Manufacturing Operations and Process & Analytical Development, Emergent BioSolutions 
Andrew Strong, President and CEO, Kalon Biotherapeutics 
Andrew Graham, Senior Director, Operations-Manufacturing, Nanotherapeutics, Inc. 

Want to learn more? Download our agenda.

Register with priority code FLEX14BLOG to save 20% off of our standard rate. If you have questions about the event, feel free to contact our group manager, Kate Devery (, or visit our webpage. We look forward to seeing you February 24-25 in Berkeley, California! 

The Flexible Facilities Team 

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