Will you be joining the key players within the bioprocessing industry in Munich this February?
The 7th Cell Culture and Downstream World Congress is the place where the global bioprocessing and formulation, fill and finish industry will meet to discuss commercial and scientific issues around cell culture, downstream processing and formulation, fill and finish of biotherapeutics. With 4 streams over 2 days, and over 80 speakers, there is something for everyone at the Cell Culture and Downstream World Congress 2017.
This February 21-22nd we have a wealth of industry processionals looking to share their unique insights with you.
Confirmed speakers include:
Mark D. Angelino, Senior Vice President, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Bluebird Bio
Global Vice President of Biopharmaceutics Development and platform innovation, Sanofi Aventis
Dr Joey Studts, Global Bioprocess and pharmaceutical Development, Boehringer Ingelheim
Ajoy Velayudhan, Professor of Bioprocess Engineering and Biotechnology & EPSRC Manufacturing Fellow, University College London
Alessandro Butte, Senior Researcher, ETH Group
Berthold Bodecker, Chief Scientist, Global Drug Discovery – Global Biologics Biotech Development, Bayer Pharma AG
David Brindley, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford, University of Harvard
Hansjörg Hauser, Head of Department, Gene regulation and Differentiation, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research
Helene Faustraup-Kildegaard, Senior Researcher and Co PI, Technical University of Denmark
Klaus Cichutek, President, Paul Ehrlich Institute
Manuel Carrondo, Director, IBET
Otto Wilhelm-Merten, Head of Applied Vectorology and Innovation group, Genethon
Sergey Piletsky, Professor in Bioanalytical Chemistry, University of Leicester
Chotteau, Principal Investigator, Cell Technology Group, School of Biotechnology, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
We also have a special offer on at the moment, where if you book by December 2nd you can save up to €465 on your registration fee! With so many excellent speakers lined up it would be a real shame to miss out on such a great event!