Ensuring quality in raw materials, new technology use and data presentation
Focussing on advanced heuristics to contain known and emerging pathogens quickly and effectively, key topics covered this year include:
- Deep sequencing for quality and in-process control testing
- Single-use virus nanofiltration systems in downstream processing
- Regulatory guidance on ensuring the safe provision of raw materials
- Sterile manufacturing for advanced therapy medicinal products including cell and gene therapies
- Responding to mycoplasma, virus, prion and bacterial contamination
- Techniques to remove and inactivate pathogens without degrading raw materials
- Formatting data from massively parallel sequencing for regulatory approval
Following the success of last year’s crisis management session, this year’s meeting again enables you to calmly pool, apply and receive feedback on what to do when contamination is reported. In addition, round-table discussions and workshops distil the essentials of identifying, understanding and responding to in silico, in vitro and in situ results.
Join us in Munich to apply lessons learned by regulators, industry experts and academic representatives on avoiding, detecting and removing contamination.
Featured Resources Content
Pathogen Safety Today 2013
As pathogens continue to adapt and develop so must your strategy to prevent contamination.
Get a first look at Pathogen Safety Today 2013, your one page round up for preventing contamination and ensuring the safety of your biologics.
Grey Areas and Red Flags in the NECC Outbreak
The New England Compounding Centre meningitis outbreak was a disaster decades in the making. There were many red flags raised over the years leading up to it where swift and decisive intervention may have changed the course of events, but almost a year later, 61 people have died and we are left to wonder; how did we get here?