5th Annual Oxford Global Cell Culture and Bioprocessing Congress 2016 London

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  • In keep­ing with Oxford Global’s highly suc­cess­ful life sci­ences series, an expert panel of 40 speak­ers will present a full con­fer­ence pro­gramme cov­er­ing the top­ics out­lined below.

    Co-​located with the estab­lished 3rd Annual Stem Cell Con­gress and 2nd Annual Cell & Gene Ther­apy Con­gress the 5th Annual Cell Cul­ture & Bio­pro­cess­ing Con­gress – organ­ised by Oxford Global Ltd. – will be held on Novem­ber 34, 2016 in Lon­don, UK at the Radis­son Blu Port­man Hotel.

    Agenda

    Day 1 Stream 1 – Cell Line Devel­op­ment: Early Cell Cul­ture & Cell Line Engineering

    • Early cell cul­ture case stud­ies and approaches
    • Cell line engi­neer­ing approaches inc. gene edit­ing of CHO and stem cell lines
    • Novel 3D cell cul­ture approaches & technologies
    • Clone selec­tion strate­gies & estab­lish­ing clonality
    • Use of NGS & big data in effec­tive cell line development
    • Media opti­mi­sa­tion inc. serum-​free
    • Cell line devel­op­ment for difficult-​to-​express proteins
    • Appli­ca­tions of sin­gle cell tech­nol­ogy in cell culture

    Day 1 Stream 2 – Process Development

    • Effi­cient upstream & down­stream processing
    • Process scale-​up includ­ing 3D technologies
    • Novel con­tin­u­ous man­u­fac­tur­ing tools and techniques
    • Com­par­ing fed-​batch & per­fu­sion processes
    • Ana­lyt­ics, tech­nolo­gies and data man­age­ment for effi­cient bio­pro­cess­ing inc. mass spectrometry
    • High through­put tech­nolo­gies in bioprocessing
    • Purifi­ca­tion tech­niques & ensur­ing prod­uct quality
    • Sin­gle use tech­nolo­gies includ­ing dis­pos­able bioreactors

    Day 2 Stream 1 – Cell Line Devel­op­ment: Late stage Cell Line Devel­op­ment, Sta­bil­ity, Data & Assay Data Development

    • Late stage cell cul­ture case stud­ies & approaches
    • Improv­ing sta­bil­ity of cell mam­malian & bac­te­r­ial cell lines
    • Ensur­ing high yield cell lines: tools & technologies
    • Opti­mis­ing bis­pe­cific cell line development
    • Inno­v­a­tive cell line tools & technologies
    • Biosim­i­lar cell line devel­op­ment case studies
    • Advances in under­stand­ing & use of the CHO genome
    • The poten­tial of ‘omics tech­nolo­gies in cell line development
    • Devel­op­ment of cell-​based assays

    Day 2 Stream 2 – Bio­log­i­cal Production

    • Out­sourc­ing & col­lab­o­ra­tions in bio­log­ics manufacture
    • Bio-​manufacturing case studies
    • Tech­nol­ogy trans­fer & improv­ing yield for com­mer­cial production
    • Novel large scale pro­duc­tion tools & technologies
    • Con­t­a­m­i­na­tion pre­ven­tion in manufacture
    • Per­spec­tives on tack­ling PAT & QbD challenges

    Con­firmed Speakers

    • Rohin Mha­tre – Biol­gics Devel­op­ment, Biogen
    • Benedikt Greulich – Process Con­trol, Boehringer Ingelheim
    • Ulrich Rue­me­napp – Launch Prepa­ra­tion and Coor­di­na­tion, Bayer Pharma AG
    • Dylan Jones – Sanofi
    • Elena Fon­fria – Ipsen Bioinnovation
    • Claire Har­ris – MedImmune
    • David Bruehlmann – Merck Biopharma
    • Jiayi Zhang – Process Engi­neer­ing Devel­op­ment, Sanofi
    • Frédéric Bollin – Upstream Pro­cess­ing Lab, Novimmune
    • Jeroen Snelders – Process Engi­neer Cell Cul­ture, Sanofi Geel
    • Diane Wilkin­son – Global Reg­u­la­tory Affairs CMC, Biogen
    • Mike Davies – Pro­tein Sci­ences, F-​Star Biotech­nol­ogy Ltd.
    • Adrian Haines – Process Devel­op­ment Sci­ences, NovImmune
    • Ste­fan Przy­borski – Durham University
    • Ste­fanie Bar­tels – Synthon
    • Julian Mor­ris – Cen­tre for Process Ana­lyt­ics & Con­trol Tech­nol­ogy, Uni­ver­sity of Strathclyde
    • Colin Clarke – National Insti­tute for Bio­pro­cess­ing Research and Train­ing, Dublin City University
    • Colin Robin­son – Uni­ver­sity of Kent
    • Claus Kris­tensen – Uni­ver­sity of Copenhagen
    • Alvaro Mata – Queen Mary Uni­ver­sity London
    • Paula Meleady – National Insti­tute for Cel­lu­lar Biotech­nol­ogy, Dublin City University
    • Althaf Hus­sain – Cell Line and Pre-​clinical Devel­op­ment, National Insti­tute of Health (NIH)
    • Isabelle Savoy – Novar­tis Pharma AG
    • Mike Hughes – Uni­ver­sity of Surrey
    • Frank Baganz – Uni­ver­sity Col­lege London
    • Bra­masta Nugraha – Uni­ver­sity Zurich Insti­tute for Regen­er­a­tive Med­i­cine (IREM)

    Sub­mit a Poster

    For atten­dees inter­ested in sub­mit­ting a poster, there are oppor­tu­ni­ties now avail­able. Your poster pre­sen­ta­tion will be located in the exhi­bi­tion room for two days along­side other posters from senior sci­en­tists work­ing in indus­try and academia.

    How to sub­mit your abstract

    We will require:

    • Poster title, Abstract (200 words or less)
    • Prin­ci­pal author, Organisation
    • Mail­ing address, Email, Tele­phone, Fax
    • Addi­tional authors

    In order to secure your board space a fee of £250 plus VAT will be required. The poster should be pre­sented as A0 (841mm x 1189mm) por­trait size.

    To take advan­tage of this oppor­tu­nity you need to be reg­is­tered as a paid del­e­gate over the 2 days. We have lim­ited spaces avail­able, so please make your reser­va­tion soon!

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