Please join us for our Fall Meeting which hosts three concurrent programs on Cell Banking, Contaminant Control, and Rapid Scale-Up and In-Process Testing methods for vaccines, antibodies, recombinant proteins, and conjugates.

This highly innovative meeting is meant to cover product development from start to finish. It will share the techniques and best practices needed to establish stable and well-characterized cell banks, the latest technologies to prevent, identify, and clear contaminants, as well as the processes and testing methods for rapid scale-up for both clinical trial materials and licensed products. Attendees are welcome to attend any talks they choose from all three programs.

In addition, the best aspects of our former program on Flexible Facilities and Systems have been incorporated into the Rapid Scale-Up and In-Process Testing Program where we’ll cover single-use systems, components, and sensors, plus the more practical aspects of continuous processing.

Held October 27-29, 2014 in Rosslyn, Virginia, this meeting is meant to complement our Spring Meeting that is devoted to baculovirus expression technology, cellular therapies, and viral vectors and vaccines.

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Our Spring Meeting is designed for the professionals who discover, develop, and produce biologics worldwide. Presentations by the leading companies and academic development labs will share the most effective techniques and best practices needed to maximize product yields and facility utilization, while minimizing contamination risks and fulfilling regulatory expectations. Our goal is to expand the use of robust and reproducible process operations that can result in safer and more consistent products.

All three days are devoted to some of the industry’s most challenging applications. Here you’ll learn the latest technologies and best practices being used to develop and produce vaccines, viral gene vectors, cellular therapies, virus-like particles, and three-dimensional tissues.

Held March 9-11, 2015 in Washington, DC, three concurrent programs will be used to provide optimal coverage of this content, and attendees may attend any talks they choose from all three programs.

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International Society for BioProcess Technology
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