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Cell Line Development & Engineering


Improve Aspects of Bioproduct Development by Leveraging Cutting-Edge Technical and Process Innovation

May 18-20, 2015 | Parc 55 Hilton | San Francisco, CA

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Event Overview

Event Overview

This is the industry's leading cell line conference that delivers you tools, knowledge and innovative process and product strategies and platforms for critical bioproduct development. Featuring coverage on cell line stability, predictability, authenticity, quality, and manufacturability.

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By Attending You Will:

  • Get first-hand knowledge on process intensification using proven platforms for high-throughput cell line development
  • Leverage systems biology strategies for greater predictability, productivity, and product quality
  • Ensure cell line authenticity, reduce timelines and increase titers with the latest recommended practices

Keynote Presentations

Matthew Croughan, Ph.D.

30 kg of Antibody Per Batch from High Density Single-Use Bioreactors
Matthew Croughan, Ph.D.
Industry Professor, Amgen Bioprocessing Center and Founding Professor, Bioprocessing Program
Keck Graduate Institute

Michael Betenbaugh, Ph.D.

Glyco Engineering: In Silico versus In Cells
Michael Betenbaugh, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
Johns Hopkins University

"This is an outstanding venue for bringing together experts in the field, vendors, scientists and other interested parties, and the collaborative and open environment has always been rewarding. This meeting is on my calendar every year!" - Gene Lee, Ph.D., Director, Protein and Cell Sciences, EMD Serono

Take Your Cell Line Development & Engineering ot the Next Level with the All Access Pass!

The co-location of IBC's 10th Annual Next Generation Protein Therapeutics and IBC's 3rd Annual Bioconjugates: From Targets to Therapeutics conferences unite discovery, research and process development for a collaborative experience to share insights and inspiring results with experts who are expanding the frontiers for novel biologics.

The All Access Pass give you total access to more than 80 presentations - 8 keynotes, 5 featured talks, 33 case studies, and 70 containing new data - the all-access pass is your opportunity to gain a thorough understanding of the emerging modalities, technical and scientific advances to take your candidates to the next level.

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