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3rd Annual Lyophilization for Biologicals

19 Feb 2013 - 21 Feb 2013 - Munich, Germany



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Pharma IQ’s 3rd Annual Lyophilization for Biologicals conference will provide you with critical case studies and presentations from industry experts, and the opportunity to interact with fellow industry professionals and academics to obtain solutions to your lyophilization problems.

Highlights for 2013 include:

The latest updates from the FDA first-hand! Mansoor Khan, Director, Division of Product Quality Research, gives us the FDA’s viewpoint on how to apply QbD for the lyophilization of monoclonal antibodies

Tim McCoy, Genzyme, shows you how to successfully complete tech transfer for lyophilization cycles of parenteral drug products using heat and mass transfer models

A focus on some of the recent technological developments in freeze-drying, including a presentation from Davide Fissore (Politecnico di Torino, Italy), on using soft-sensors to get QbD

NEW scale-up focus morning also offers you:

An in-depth look at the most prominent challenge you face with your lyophilization process – we have experts from Baxter Biopharma, MedImmune and Bavarian Nordic presenting their case studies and advice on how to overcome this issue

Pitch your questions to these industry leaders in our special scale-up Q&A panel discussion – get the answers to your scale-up problems!

You really won’t want to miss out!



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