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Biosimilars Asia Congress

24 Sep 2013 - 25 Sep 2013 - Singapore, Asia



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The Biopharma Asia Series is made up of co-located events Biosimilars Asia Congress and the Cell Culture Congress. As the only Series to bring together all experts in the biopharmaceutical industry, attracting over 175 senior level decision makers from Europe, the US and Asia, this exciting and important meeting is a must attend.

The Biosimilars Congress will feature case studies of opportunities and challenges in clinical trials including pharmacovigilence and patient safety. Internationally renowned speakers will also explore the critical issues in manufacturing biosimilars, achieving quality by design, single use systems and innovative production platforms. 

The Cell Culture Congress examines current trends and technologies in cell culture and new approaches to optimising cell line development, as well as cell culture analytical technologies. Our panel of cell culture experts will also discuss opportunities in advancing upstream and downstream bioprocesses and cell line contamination.




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