Best of BIOT webinar series - 5 webinars - starting Sept. 10th. Registrastion Cost: $190/Industry , fee waived/Academic
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2014
Best of BIOT
Webinar Series

09/10 - Downstream Processes

09/17 - Biomolecular & biophysical processes

09/24 - Upstream processes

10/01 - QbD for biopharmaceuticals; Biosimilars and follow-on biologics

10/08 - Emerging technologies; Biofuels & sustainable energy

09/10

Downstream Processes


Recovery and concentration of low level HCPs from purified monoclonal antibody products using affinity hexapeptide resin libraries

Wai Keen Chung, Scientist II, Purification Process Sciences, MedImmune

Understanding the interplay between antibody and membrane properties to enhance the filtration capacity of virus removal filters

Bharat Bhut, Engineer II, Bristol-Myers Squibb

09/17

Biomolecular & biophysical processes


Simple models of antibody solution viscosityp>

Jeremy D. Schmit, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University

Optimizing monoclonal antibody selection and formulation using self-interaction nanoparticle spectroscopy

Jiemin Wu, Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

09/24

Upstream processes


Iron mediated tryptophan oxidation and vitamin B12 carryover caused a brown color formation of protein drug substance manufactured in CHO cells using chemically defined media

Jianlin Xu, Senior Scientist, Bristol-Myers Squibb

Synthetic communication and density-dependent gene regulation in Bacillus megaterium

Nick Marchand, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

10/01

QbD for biopharmaceuticals; Biosimilars and follow-on biologics


Evaluation of a “limited design space” for biopharmaceuticals

Amit Mehta, Senior Engineer/ Group Leader, Genentech

Understanding attribute criticality for host cell system selection for biosimilar development

Jyoti Velayudhan, Principal Scientist, Amgen

10/08

Emerging technologies; Biofuels & sustainable energy


Controlled release of a structured polypetide through polymeric depot formulation of ShK-186/-192 selective blockers of Kv1.3 channels on autoreactive memory T cells

James Chesko, Principal Scientist, Functional Analytics

Transcription activator-like effectors as repressors of bacterial gene expression

Matthew Copeland, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison