Protect the Process; Protect the Patient
Sponsored by: Parker Hannifin
- Production Processes
- Biopharmaceutical Products
- Supply Chain Security
Date: 13 June
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Ensuring Supply Chain Security
Once the time and energy has been expended to develop a production process for a molecule, you need that process to run in a way that is as repeatable and predictable as possible.
Picture a situation whereby a new blockbuster drug was not available due to a failure in the supply chain - the financial consequences and reputational damage are not difficult to imagine!
When you developed your process, you will have established your limits of operation, documented your critical quality attributes and no doubt employed some elements of quality by design. Hopefully you will have also built in some process protection, but what exactly is process protection? Well it can be many things to many people, for example:
• Contamination protection
• Protection against system failure
• Supply agreements
• Second sources of supply
During this webinar we will discuss how some of these elements come together to build a supply chain that ensures continuity in the provision of critical biopharmaceutical products to those that need them.
Register now to learn how you can better protect your process.
Product Manager - Filtration
Andrew Kelly holds a Bachelor’s degree with honours in Medical Microbiology from Newcastle University, UK.
Having previously held the roles of laboratory scientist and technical support scientist at Parker domnick hunter, Andrew is now product manager for the portfolio of pharmaceutical and life science filtration products, focusing on linking external commercial and marketing demands with the activities of both the engineering and operations business functions.
Product Manager – Single-Use Technologies
Graeme Proctor holds a degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Sunderland and has vast experience in R&D, project management and process engineering, having spent more than two decades in the life sciences and biotechnology sectors.
His experience includes commercialization and launch of disposable products for use in scale-up and technical consultancy for manufacturing.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand the risks faced by production processes
- Understand what process protection looks like
- Learn what you can do to protect your process
- Discover the pitfalls that could be avoided
- Purification Scientists
- Downstream Process Development
- Upstream Process development
- Operations Managers
- Manufacturing Science and Technology
- Automation Engineers
- Facilities Manager
- Quality Assurance
- Supply Chain Management