Gene Therapy Downstream Manufacturing, Scale-up and Best Practices

 

Gene therapies provide innovative options for treating patients, particularly where other traditional therapeutics have been ineffective. The industry continues to grow and mature from research to approved therapeutics. The latest industry trends and innovations have been detailed in the ebook, "Insights on Successful Gene Therapy Manufacturing and Commercialization" where thought leaders share their perspectives.

 

In this panel webinar, hear directly from the authors on various topics related to gene therapy downstream manufacturing and commercialization, the current state of the industry, and how we can continue to advance these life-changing medicines.

 

Speakers

Brandy Sargent

 

Editor in-chief 

Cell Culture Dish & Downstream Column

 

Brandy Sargent is the Editor in-chief and frequent author of The Cell Culture Dish and The Downstream Column. She has worked in the biotechnology industry for over twenty years, first in corporate communications and public relations, then in technical sales and marketing, and most recently as a writer and publisher. She strives to introduce topics that are interesting, thought provoking, and possible starting points for discussion by the biomanufacturing community. She has been fascinated by the different applications of biotechnology since she first started working in the industry and continues to be fascinated as the industry evolves.

 

Tony Hitchcock

 

Technical Director 

Cobra Biologics

 

Tony Hitchcock has over 35 years of experience in the large-scale manufacture of biopharmaceuticals. As a founding staff member of Cobra, Mr. Hitchcock has been responsible for the development of much of Cobra’s manufacturing technologies in the field of DNA and virus production. He has held a number of senior roles, managing both manufacturing and development functions within the company, working on over 40 programmes for the development of novel therapeutic products including protein, recombinant virus, bacteriophage and plasmid DNA products.


His current role is based in the commercial group and supports external collaboration and outreach activities.

 

Clive Glover, PhD

 

Director, Gene Therapy Strategy 

Pall Corporation

 

Dr. Clive Glover is Director of Gene Therapy Strategy at Pall Corporation, part of Danaher. Clive has wide ranging experience developing manufacturing tools for the cell and gene therapy space including stem cells, T cell therapies, and viral vector production. He has held business development, marketing, and innovation positions at STEMCELL Technologies, GE Healthcare Lifesciences (now Cytiva), and Pall Corporation. He obtained his PhD in Genetics from the University of British Columbia.

 

Mark Schofield, PhD

 

Senior R&D Manager 

Pall Corporation

 

Dr. Mark Schofield holds a Ph.D. from the University of Dundee. He has 15 years’ experience in R&D and new product development for biopharma related industries. He currently leads the chromatography applications team at Pall developing continuous processing solutions.

 

 

 

Gene Therapy Ebook

Key Challenges, new developments, recent successes, and areas for improvement facing the industry

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