Characterisation of an Automated Micro Bioreactor With CHO Cultures: Process Control, Clone Ranking, Process Optimisation and DoE
Conference Recording Apr 29, 2013
About the SpeakerBarney’s primary focus is delivering high quality bioreactor systems which meet or exceed needs in bioprocess development, including implementation of new technology. Barney’s personal and professional goal is to ensure industry wide acceptance and use of progressive bioprocess technologies, demonstrating technical capability and value to businesses through an evidence-based approach. Barney read Chemical Engineering at Cambridge University and continued his study at University College London (UCL) with a Masters degree and a Doctorate in Biochemical Engineering, with a focus on Tissue Engineering. He has published papers in Biotechnology and Bioengineering, presented various conference posters and talks and has lectured at UCL.
Industry-based testing of a single use automated microbioreactor approach has generated a range of case studies covering key requirements and applications to CHO culture bioprocess development.
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