Biotech China 2014
Bio Medical Asia 2009
Suntec Singapore
International Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City, Singapore, xx
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Keywords: Bio Medical Asia 2009, Terrapinn Ltd., Suntec Singapore

Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, March 17, 2009
08:55:00 BioManufacturing Track Day 1
09:00:00 Organiser’s welcome remarks
09:05:00 Guest of Honour opening remarks
09:15:00 Asia’s biomedical industry business outlook Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw,
09:45:00 From basic science to business ventures – In Asia and around the World Kurt Wüthrich
10:15:00 Morning refreshments and Exhibition Opening Ceremony
11:00:00 Chairman’s opening remarks Steven Lee
11:05:00 MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS, PLANNING & STRATEGIES
11:05:00 Opening keynote: Leadership, innovation and efficiency: Key success factors of biomanufacturing Patrick , Yang
11:35:00 Panel discussion: Opportunities and challenges in the rapidly evolving biomanufacturing industry in Asia Donald , Gerson, Steven Lee, Joe Zhou
12:25:00 Closing Address by Lunch Sponsor Andrew Bailey
12:30:00 Networking luncheon & exhibition visit
14:00:00 LEAN MANUFACTURING AND QUALITY-BY-DESIGN
14:00:00 A regulatory approach to Quality-by-Design for biotechnology products Steve Kozlowski
14:30:00 Applying operation excellence to biopharmaceutical manufacturing Bart , Moors, Eugene Yeo
14:50:00 Concept for integration of QbD for enhanced efficiency in biologics process development Case study: Christian H. Leist
15:20:00 Speed networking
15:50:00 Afternoon refreshments & exhibition visit
16:15:00 FACILITY DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
16:15:00 Process of planning, constructing and commissioning a biopharmaceutical manufacturing plant John Machulski
16:45:00 Green building design for offi ces, labs and production Case Study: Jizhong , Shan
17:15:00 Practical applications of sustainability to biopharmaceutical plant design Andy , Rayner
17:30:00 Chairman’s closing remarks Steven Lee
17:40:00 Close of Day One
19:30:00 BioMedical Asia Award Gala Dinner
19:35:00 End Of The Day
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
08:55:00 BioManufacturing Track Day 2
09:00:00 Chairman’s opening remarks Uwe Gottschalk
09:05:00 Opening keynote: Effective practices and strategies to significantly reduce cell line development timelines John Birch
09:30:00 Understanding and controlling glycosylation in CHO cell culture processes to achieve consistency in antibody’s biological activity Steven Lee
09:55:00 Cost effective and commercially scalable manufacturing platforms for biotherapeutics of the future Svend Licht
10:25:00 Next generation media supplements: Beyond the peptone Jon C. Wannlund
10:45:00 Morning refreshments
11:10:00 DOWNSTREAM PROCESSING
11:15:00 Managing the bottleneck in downstream processing: Matching the manufacturing capacity with upstream yield Brian Kelley
11:45:00 Overcoming current challenge of high titer cell culture for future mAb manufacturing production Joe Zhou
12:15:00 Development of simplified approaches to downstream process development, characterization and manufacturing Ranga , Godavarti
12:45:00 Networking lunch & exhibition visit
14:00:00 Practical implementation of disposable systems in the production of human monoclonal antibodies Gunter Jagschies
14:00:00 DISPOSABLE TECHNOLOGY
14:30:00 Single-use technologies throughout the drug production process Bruce Rawlings
15:00:00 A critical analysis of the cost and ROI in the adoption of single-use technology in biologics manufacturing Panel discussion: Satish Ravetkar, Mahesh , Kodilkar, Saul , Mashaal, Joe Zhou
15:15:00 Afternoon refreshments
15:20:00 CLOSING PLENARY KEYNOTE SESSION
16:15:00 The Biotech Manufacturing World is Flat Patrick , Yang
16:30:00 Forging ahead with innovative strategies to grow Takeda’s international business through venture investment Graeme Martin
17:20:00 Closing remarks
17:30:00 End of conference
4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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