Dr Graham McCreath is Head of Process Design at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies. In this post, Graham describes the company's approach to process characterization in advance of his presentation at BPI Boston in October 2015.
What is process characterization and how does it fit with the development and scale-up activities associated with new production processes?
What is special about the way FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies perform process characterization relative to other organizations?
What skills or competencies should a manufacturer have in order to effectively characterize a process?
Graham’s presentation is scheduled to take place on Thursday, October 29 at 2:30pm as part of the Cell Culture track.
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Dr Nick Hutchinson has a Masters and Doctorate in Biochemical Engineering from University College London, UK where he focused on laboratory tools for rapid bioprocess development and characterization. He then worked at Lonza Biologics in an R&D function investigating novel methods for large-scale antibody purification before moving to an operational role scaling-up and transferring manufacturing processes between Lonza sites in the UK, Spain and USA. Nick now works in Market Development at Parker domnick hunter where his focus is in bringing Parker's strengths in Motion & Control to Bioprocessing. This will enable customers to improve the quality and deliverability of existing and future biopharmaceuticals.
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