Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s 10th Annual
Optimizing Cell Culture Technology
Enhancing Knowledge for Growing Cells
Part of CHI's 6th Annual The Bioprocessing Summit
August 18-19, 2014 | Renaissance Waterfront Hotel | Boston, Massachusetts
This leading cell culture meeting will explore today’s evolving strategies and technologies for improving mammalian cell cultivation, including the omic sciences, such as metabolomics and genomics. Industry experts will offer insights into optimizing conditions as well as cell biology in an effort to improve yield, while also addressing where cell culture is heading as it meets ever greater production demands and quality standards.
The agenda will again feature a session focused on CHO (Chinese Hamster Ovary cells), as well as small-group breakout discussions that provide the opportunity to discuss important topics with your peers from around the world.
New Approach to Release Critical Raw Materials: Risk Versus Testing Based Approach
Lada Laenen, Ph.D., Head, Cell Culture and Microbiology, MSAT, Genzyme, a Sanofi company
Cell Culture Media Improvements – Considerations from a Powder Perspective
Jörg von Hagen, Ph.D., Director, Global Cell Culture R&D, Merck
Metabolic Flux Analysis Modeling of CHO Cells
Véronique Chotteau, Ph.D., Researcher, CETEG Cell Technology Group, Industrial Biotechnology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Metabolic Engineering for Nutrient Biosynthesis in CHO Cells
Kathleen Kopycinski, Senior Associate Scientist, Cell Culture Development, Biogen Idec
AMBR™ 48 as a Tool for Process Development and Characterization for the Manufacture of a Biosimilar in CHO Cells
Matthew Zustiak, Ph.D., Principal Scientist, Cell Culture Development, Gallus Biopharmaceuticals
Scalable Transient Transfection for Antibody & Vaccine Production in Multiple CHO, Insect, and Other Mammalian Cells
James Bradey, Ph.D., Director, Technical Applications, MaxCyte, Inc.
A Statistical Approach to Enhance Productivity in Cell Culture Fed Batch Processes
Hanuman Mallubhotla, Ph.D., Research Director and Head, Biopharmaceutical Development, Syngene International, Ltd.
The Application of Systems Biology in Bioprocess Optimization
Len van Zyl, Ph.D., CEO and CSO, ArrayXpress, Inc.
Raman Spectroscopy as a PAT Tool
Sofie Goetschalckx, Head, Cell Culture Manufacturing Science Team, MSAT, Cell Culture and Microbiology, Genzyme, a Sanofi Company
Comprehensive, Quantitative Bioprocess Productivity Monitoring Using Fluorescence EEM Spectroscopy and Chemometrics
Alan G. Ryder, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Nanoscale Biophotonics Laboratory, School of Chemistry, National University of Ireland-Galway