2019 ISPE Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference

Biotech 4.0: Innovative Development & Manufacturing for Transformative Therapies

The 2019 ISPE Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference focuses on innovation in production methods and technologies that enable a competitive and sustainable biopharmaceutical product supply for the future. From Monoclonals to viral vectors, oligos to ADCs, this conference will bring together experts that are developing, implementing, and operating advanced supply chains providing high quality medicines to global markets.


Featured Speaker Announcement

Presentation: Developing Platforms for NexGen Biotherapeutics
Hear from Dr. Cooney on one of the most exciting times in biotherapeutic development with diverse novel modalities that offers exciting opportunities to address unmet medical needs. He will be giving insights into strategies and principles for new platform development.
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Conference Highlights


Learning Objectives

  • Explore case studies in process development and equipment design for profitable and sustainable manufacturing.
  • Recognize the changing landscape of cell and gene therapy development, testing, and commercialization.
  • Discover innovations in facility design and operations, and strategies for collaboration between manufacturers and regulators.
  • Identify methods of implementing best practices used by CMOs in non-traditional biopharma processes.
  • Understand the supply chain risks and challenges associated with production of personalized medicines.
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Get even more out of your professional development by attending the post-event 2019 ISPE Process Validation Workshop, 20 - 21 June!
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Who Should Attend?

Professionals at all levels of the industry from young professionals to the most senior executives, Communities of Practice, special interest groups, pharmaceutical industry equipment and services suppliers, regulatory professionals.

  • Emerging Technologies Scientists and Professionals
  • Bio Site Directors and above
  • Operations Managers
  • Manufacturing, Quality Control and Quality Assurance heads
  • Procurement Professionals
  • Engineering and Facility Management heads
  • Contract Manufacturing Interface heads
  • Key Supply Chain Interfaces
  • Process Sciences and Process Development heads
  • Global Regulatory Authorities involved in BLA, PAI, New Technologies
  • Construction and Engineering Services
  • Suppliers (resins, media, etc.)

Program Committee

Chair

Board Ambassador