For the past 39 years, INTERPHEX has been, and continues to be, the premier pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and device development and manufacturing event where you can “Experience Science through Commercialization.”
Sponsored by the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA), the event is based in New York and brings over 11,000 global industry professionals and 630+ industry leading suppliers together to “Learn it, Experience it, Procure it” through a unique combination of no cost technical conference, exhibits, demonstrations, roundtables, partnering opportunities and networking to leverage quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness in today’s ever-changing global market. INTERPHEX offers annual domestic and international industry events and educational opportunities around the world and CRB is proud of our Subject Matter Experts presenting.
Below is a complete line-up of CRB speakers and topics:
CRB Tech Tank – Facility Integration
Flexible Manufacturing - Adapt or Die!
Christa Myers and Allan Bream
April 17, 1:30 PM – 2:15 PM
Your business has to be flexible to survive and thrive. A flexible facility tailored to the business needs of your company will save you money. A flexible facility that is not designed for the right market demand, product yields, product platform and drug delivery methods will not only be inflexible, but it will cost you precious time and money. A well-thought-out, end-to-end approach and execution will allow a flexible facility to be designed cost effectively and constructed on time while safely providing revenue and growth for the business. Bream and Myers will discuss the details that will save you money, time and effort. They will identify the key decisions needed to design the right flexible facility for your purposes. Join us for an interactive session that will tackle industry drivers that will give you and your facility an advantage on delivering a truly flexible facility for the production of your drug product.
Keep 'em separated! Integrating segregation for gene vector production
April 17, 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM
Don't wait until your facility is overrun! Come learn how CRB approaches effective strategies for segregation of viral vector production, as found in gene therapy or vaccine manufacturing facilities. From strategic architectural layouts and room pressurization schemes to enabling technologies, a well segregated facility must be integrated from the top down.
Solving demand allocation problem with modeling and simulations
Niranjan Kulkarni, PhD
April 17, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
For a multi-site organization, allocating demands can be a challenging problem. Computer simulations, in conjunction with mathematical modeling, can be used to address this problem. Simply shifting loads from one facility to another without understanding site capacity and capability can hurt the overall network productivity. In this presentation we will discuss a case study on how demands can be allocated to different sites based on the sites' capabilities.
Fill Line Experts in Process Control
Christa Myers, Associate/Senior Pharmaceutical Engineering Specialist, CRB
Les Edwards, Vice President , SKAN US, Inc.
Matthias Poslovski, Technical Sales Director , OPTIMA pharma GmbH
April 19, 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM
Regulatory Requirements Relating to Water
Derek Ung, Senior Process Engineer, CRB
Ibrahim Khadra, Associate/Senior Pharmaceutical Specialist, Johnson & Johnson
April 19, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM
The Impact of Critical Utilities
John Lagodney, Biotechnology Core Team Leader , CRB Robert Wheeler, Biopharm Facilities & Utilities Consulting Engineer, Bristol-Myers Squibb Tom Vederame, Engineering Manager, GlaxoSmithKline
April 17, 3:45 PM – 4:30 PM