Technology Transfer for Biologics Conference

Improve Partnerships and Reduce Risk Within the Replication of Biologics While Enhancing Speed, Maintaining Quality, and Ensuring Flexibility


Boston, MA, United States

Success in biologics outsourcing requires a very specialized toolkit and well-run team. Every technology transfer depends on excellence in project management, engineering, validation, and QA/QC.

Our 6th Technology Transfer for Biologics Conference is the only educational gathering in the U.S. to focus on the project, facility, and partnership management skills needed to maintain biologics quality at every step of process transfer. This conference provides attendees with an unequaled opportunity to study and improve fundamental, day-to-day management techniques. Our unmatched speaking faculty helps you to minimize variation between biologic runs at all production scales, maximize biologics quality and predictability, and accelerate commercialization.

Top Reasons to Attend

  • Reduce costs and risks while increasing the success rate for tech transfer
  • Adapt technology transfer to respond to urgent medical issues
  • Discuss best practice for creating a successful partnership with outsourced vendors
  • Navigate the continuous manufacturing process for tech transfer
  • Communication insight with internal and domestic partners
  • Identify technical the application of the analytical method through project definition and gap analysis
  • Discuss project and facility management to overcome geographic and cultural challenges

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed for representatives from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies with responsibilities in the following areas:
  • Technology Transfer
  • Process Development/Process Engineering/Process Sciences/Bioprocessing
  • Biotech Operations/Biologics Operations
  • Manufacturing/Clinical Manufacturing/Biomanufacturing/CMC
  • Quality Control/Quality Assurance
  • Biologics Outsourcing/Biologics Strategy
  • Project/Program Management
  • Upstream/Downstream/Scale-Up
  • Vendor Management/Supplier Management/Supply Chain
  • CTO
  • Packaging/Labeling
  • Technical Manager
  • Technical Support Manager
  • Manufacturing Sciences and Technology
This event is also ideal for:
  • CMOs/CDMOs
  • Technology Transfer/Commercialization Software
  • Facilities/Engineering Specialists
  • Lab Hardware/Reagent Providers
  • Tech Transfer/Quality Control/Process Specialists

Speakers

  • Russell Beste, Senior Director Global Process Development, MYLAN
  • Karen Giraudo, Associate Director, Business Process Improvement, BIOMARIN
  • Mitch Goetz, Senior Engineer II, BIOGEN
  • Carin Gray, Senior Engineer II, BIOGEN
  • Dr. Magdalena Leszczyniecka, Chief Executive Officer, President, STC BIOLOGICS
  • Jody Logan, Senior Manufacturing Technical Specialist, GENENTECH
  • Yolanda Mock Hawkins, Ph.D., M.B.A, Technology Transfer Specialist - Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), FDA
  • Joseph Mulvey, President, ELAIN TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS LLC
  • Mark Ramsey, Senior Manager MSAT, THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC
  • Jonathan Romero, Director, Biologics Development and Manufacturing, CELGENE
  • Daniel Rudolph, Ph.D., Principal Engineer, Manufacturing Development, BioDefense Division, EMERGENT BIOSOLUTIONS
  • Adnan Sabir, Principal Consultant, Pharma Consulting Services, Former Associate Director of QA, KOWA PHARMACEUTICALS
  • Sebastian Schneider, Ph.D., Group Lead Tech Transfer, Technical Product Management, F. HOFFMANN LA-ROCHE
  • Dr. Zahra Shahrokh, Chief Development Officer, STC BIOLOGICS
  • Jasmina Xie, Senior Process Engineer, BAYER

Venue

Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor
101 Harborside Drive
Boston, MA 02128

To make reservations, please call 1-888-421-1442 and request the negotiated rate for ExL's September Meetings. To make reservations online Click Here

The group rate is available until September 3, 2019. Please book your room early, as rooms available at this rate are limited.