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Lyophilisation: Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical 2014

07 Jul 2014 - 08 Jul 2014 - London, UK

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SMi presents its 2nd annual Lyophilisation conference. This event will provide an update on methodologies and examine how to mitigate risks in production. Gain practical information and tools which you can use and apply in the workplace.

Key Speakers Include

  • Sune Andersen, Principal Scientist, Novo Nordisk
  • Patrick Garidel, Associate Director, Protein Science, Boehringer Ingelheim
  • Julie Pagenaud, Sterile Product Manufacturing Manager, Ipsen
  • Massimo Rastelli, Project Leader BioPharm, GlaxoSmithKline
  • Andrea Weiland, CEO, Explicat Pharma
  • Mark Yang, Director of Fill Finish Development, Genzyme
  • Bertie Daly, Associate Director, Alexion Pharmaceuticals
  • Jamie Biddlecombe, Formulation Development Scientist, MedImmune
  • Jason Gray, Consultant, Allembis (ex-Merck)

Key Topic Insights

  • First hand case studies from leading experts in lyophilisation
  • Evaluate practical guidance from both industry and academics
  •  Analyse ways to ensure good product quality at the end of the cycle

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