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October 21-23, 2013 · L'Enfant Plaza Hotel · Washington, DC
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IBC's Inaugural Product and Process Variants & Impurities conference explores the major classes of product and process-related impurities that can affect the safety, efficacy, and overall structure of a molecule targeted for a biologic or protein therapeutic. Moreover, this topic provides a forum for process developers to explore methods and novel approaches that provide ways to characterize and analyze variants and impurities, as well as consider mechanisms for executing corrective and preventative actions.
Session Topics This Year Include:
Changing the Manufacturing Process to Remove Impurities and Monitoring Product Quality Using Relevant Lot Release Assays
Mikhail V. Ovanesov, Ph.D., CBER, US FDA
The Challenges of Product- and Process-Related Impurities to an Evolving Biopharmaceutical Industry
C. Mark Smales, Centre for Molecular Processing & School of Biosciences, University of Kent, United Kingdom
Practical Considerations to Characterize and Control Protein Aggregates During the Development Cycle and Commercialization with a Focus on the Visible Size Range
Erwin Freund, Ph.D. Scientific Executive Director, Drug Product Engineering, Amgen Inc.
"A top event with the rare opportunity to interact with FDA representatives in an informal setting. This key conference brings together industry experts and regulators who will provide insight regarding the latest technologies and regulatory expectations you need to consider as you develop your product and process impurity control strategy." - Penny Post, Ph.D., Vice President, Regulatory, Protein Sciences Corporation