Ensuring Successful Scale-Up in Single-Use Bioprocessing
Sponsored by: Parker Bioscience Filtration
- Scale Up
Date: 12 November
Days to go: 23
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
A strategy for effective scale-up of filtration and single-use processes
Once a target molecule is identified, speed to market is everything but inconsistent scale-up of a single-use process between R&D and manufacturing can significantly delay a biopharmaceutical’s commercialization. With greater volumes of high value product being clarified and sterilized through filtration, it is key that these processes are scaled-up based on empirical data generated in laboratory studies to avoid premature filter fouling and loss of valuable product.
This webinar will explain how to successfully conduct a small-scale filtration trial using an automated single-use system at laboratory scale and describe the advantages this methodology provides. The webinar will also explore the benefits of single-use technology in both R&D and manufacturing settings and consider how to ensure successful implementation of single-use automation from laboratory-scale through to large-scale production.
This information will help biopharmaceutical manufacturers to plan a consistent single-use automation strategy at the laboratory-scale that will facilitate technology transfer and increase speed to market, while avoiding issues when scaling-up their filtration processes.
Register now for this webinar to learn how to avoid the pitfalls of inconsistent scale-up of filtration and single-use automation and ultimately ensure the success of your manufacturing process.
Market Development Manager
David has been at Parker for three and a half years working first as an applications scientist, supporting customers to develop their processes with Parker’s range of bioprocessing technology, before moving to the role of market development manager. David now leads the biopharmaceutical marketing team looking at ways to bring Parker’s expertise in automation and control to the industry.
Prior to working at Parker, David held roles in biopharmaceutical recruitment as well as quality and product development roles in advanced manufacturing.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand the need for accurate filtration scale-up and the consequences associated with experimental errors.
- Understand the drivers to adopt a consistent single-use automation strategy throughout scale-up.
- Learn how to implement small-scale single-use automation in a filtration sizing experiment.
- Learn how to plan a single-use filtration automation strategy that can be scaled-up to production.
- Purification Scientists
- Downstream Process Development
- Upstream Process development
- Operations Managers
- Manufacturing Science and Technology
- Automation Engineers
- Facilities Manager
- Quality Assurance
- supply chain management
- R&D Managers
- Technology Transfer Managers