October 10-11th 2018
British Medical Association House, Central London
Come and join the bioprocessing community at our 5th Annual Science meeting. We anticipate that the meeting will begin at 10.15am on 10th October and finish at 3pm on 11th October.
Registration is open!
“The 2017 meeting was one of the most interesting and educational that I have attended in a while!”
Early April – registration opens
July 6th – registration closes for places with accommodation
July 6th – deadline for short talk abstracts
September 28th – registration closes for day delegates (sooner if capacity is reached)
Designing more efficient cell-expression systems
Molecular characterisation of process quality
Building expression systems into optimised process
The clinic and beyond
Upstream meets downstream – rapid process development
Kerstin Otte – University of Applied Science Biberach, Germany Identification and characterisation of intracellular production bottlenecks in CHO cells producing complex biopharmaceuticals
Colin Robinson – University of Kent Development of next generation E. coli platforms for the regulated production and periplasmic targeting of biotherapeutics
Nathan Lewis – University of California San Diego, USA Engineering CHO cells with enhanced traits with multiplex genome editing
Gary Finka – GlaxoSmithKline Developing a next-generation cell line development platform through targeted automation, analytics and informatics
Tarit Mukhopadhyay – University College London Manufacturing the future at less than a $1 a dose and meeting global health needs
Caroline Barelle – Elasmogen soloMERä Biologics: Site-specific therapeutic biologics for the treatment of inflammatory disease
Phil Cater – Leaf Expression Systems Plant produced biologics – process economics
Paul Dalby – University College London New analytical methods for chromatography OR further downstream to formulation.
Yvonne Genzel – Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Germany Intensified cell-based viral vaccine processes: from continuous to perfusion and to hybrid systems.
Chris van der Walle – MedImmune Manufacture and characterisation of nanoparticles encapsulating nucleic acids
Pernille Harris – Technical University of Denmark Solution structure and self-association of pharmaceutical proteins
Jonathan Bones – The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training, Ireland Characterisation of biopharmaceuticals using intact protein separations hyphenated to high resolution native mass spectrometry
Laura Palomares – National Autonomous University of Mexico Challenges of bringing recombinant vaccines to the market: A case study for a influenza vaccine
Mike Betenbaugh – Johns Hopkins University, USA Glycoengineering of mammalian cell lines to improve product quality
Proof of Concept funding awardees
Dave Brockwell – University of Leeds Investigating the effects of hydrodynamic force on the structure and biological integrity of a viral vector gene therapy product
Michael Plevin – University of York Can an archaeal helicase enhance the performance of a nanopore DNA sequencer?
Gary Montague – Teesside University Improved preservation of biologics by continuous intensified lyophilisation
We will also invite early career researchers to give short talks – more details on the registration form.
Registration is open!