Please join us for a truly enlightening experience at our 6th Annual Spring Meeting, which will be held March 7–9, 2016 in Washington, DC.

You’ll participate in the most exciting and challenging discussions on the industry’s most difficult applications including viral gene vectors and vaccines, adeno-associated virus (AAV), and other products derived with baculovirus technology, plus cellular therapies and three-dimensional, cellular structures. You can attend any talk you choose from the three concurrent programs, plus you’ll participate in a number of fun and stimulating networking events throughout the meeting that you can attend at no additional cost. This meeting offers unique opportunities to share technology with some of the most talented people in the biotech industry, plus key regulators and essential supply firms.

Chaired by Otto-Wilhelm Merten, PhD
and Johannes C.M. van der Loo, PhD

Chaired by Penny L. Post, PhD
and Monique M. van Oers, PhD

Chaired by Kelvin G.M. Brockbank, PhD
and Sébastien Sart, PhD

Chaired by Yvonne A. Reid, PhD
and Alissa M. Resch, PhD

Chaired by Jeri Ann Boose, PhD
and Raymond Nims, PhD

Chaired by Philip Mathuis
and Jeffrey Breit, PhD

This highly innovative meeting is meant to cover product development from start to finish with three concurrent programs on Cell Banking, Contaminant Control, and the very best in Process Analysis & Automation for a wide-range of applications including vaccines, antibodies, recombinant proteins, viral vectors, and cellular therapies.

This meeting 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 latest analytical technology, and how it can be used to automate various unit operations and integrated, continuous processes.

We’ll also cover the best applications of single-use components and systems, along with the most powerful single-use sensors.

International Society for BioProcess Technology
348 W. Freemason St., Norfolk VA 23510 USA • Phone: 757.467.8903, Fax: 757.257.3800
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