Knowledge Transfer Network
Biopharmaceutical Analytical Group Symposium
Keeping pace - Analytics for tomorrow’s biopharmaceuticals
on Wednesday, 4th and Thursday, 5th March 2015 at the Queens Hotel, City Square, Leeds.
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Call for posters now open – deadline 28th January
The 2nd KTN Biopharmaceutical Analytical Group Symposium will present the latest developments in bioanalytical characterisation relating to emerging technologies and will look in detail at some of the analytical challenge areas. As pipelines move forward to include the next generation of biopharmaceutical products, analytics and technologies underpinning them must keep pace to reflect it. This two day meeting will enable the UK biopharmaceutical analytical community to discuss areas of interest, understand the challenges and latest technologies available, while networking with your peers in this field and make new contacts.
The agenda is being finalised and delegates will have the chance to listen to and discuss a wide range of themes including:
Analytics of Emerging Formats/Therapies: Focusing on products such as: ADC's, vaccines, viral vectors, scaffold proteins, cell therapies
Analytical Challenge Areas: Including talks on predictive analytics and process analytics
Technology Showcase: Highlighting relevant case studies and utilising the emerging and evolving analytical techniques from both industry and academic communities
KTN Community Update: There will also be a review and discussion on the latest updates on initiatives relevant to the space
Speakers confirmed to date include:
Alistair Kippen Medimmune
Allan Davidson Piramal
Daniel Smith Cobra Biologics
Tarit Mukhopadhyay UCL
Milena Quaglia LGC
Paul Ko Ferrigno Avacta Life Sciences
Grant Grieve Fujifilm DioSynth Biotechnologies
Frank Craig Sphere Fluidics
James Graham Lonza
Ashleigh Wake Intertek
Paul Dalby UCL
Christoph Walti University of Leeds
Damien Marshall CT Catapult
Mary Collins NIBSC
Donna McLaren ReNeuron
Mark Dickman University of Sheffield
Dave Goodall Paraytec
Christoph Walti University of Leeds
There will be the chance to showcase a poster. Researchers from industry and academia are encouraged to submit an abstract. When registering for the meeting, if you would like to submit a poster, please check the relevant box and then submit a short max 250 word abstract to
email@example.com by 28th January. Poster numbers are limited.
Who Should Attend?
Industrialists and Academics working in the technical areas of analytical development and QC in bioprocessing and biomanufacturing from across the UK and beyond are welcome to attend this event.
The KTN is funded by Innovate UK (formerly Technology Strategy Board) and covers knowledge transfer and the promotion of innovation in business. In the area of human healthcare this includes medical biotechnology, medical technology, regenerative medicine, diagnostics, and pharmaceutical sectors. Within the KTN, the Medical Biotechnology team is dedicated to the priority area of bioprocessing and biopharmaceuticals and also focuses on advancing knowledge transfer for novel therapeutics.
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is the process industry element of the UK High Value Manufacturing Catapult and runs the National Biologics Manufacturing Centre (NBMC). Due to open Spring 2015 in Darlington, the NBMC will support the UK Biologics industry throughout the supply chain.
We can guide you from concept to commercialisation, providing open access assets and expertise to help you develop, prove, prototype and scale up your product or process. We have capability in mammalian, microbial, viral and next generation biologic platforms, including state of the art analytical technologies, and can scale up to 200 litres. We work flexibly with clients in industry and academia and our services can be customised to meet your needs wherever you are in the development process or supply chain, including collaborative R&D projects and fee for service work.
For further information contact Jonathan Robinson (Head of Business Development) at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are opportunities to exhibit at this meeting. Contact email@example.com for further information.
Event location and time
March 4th and 5th 2015
Day 1: 09.30-17.00 followed by Symposium Dinner at 7.00pm
Day 2: 09.00-16.00
City Square Leeds
Yorks LS1 1PJ
Registration details – NOW OPEN for Registration
The KTN is running this meeting at cost, with the generous support of sponsors and exhibitors. The fee for delegate registration is £150+VAT and includes the conference dinner on the evening of the 4th March.
Weblink for registration: http://biopharmaceuticalanalyticalsymposium.eventbrite.co.uk
Mark Kelly, Knowledge Transfer Manager Dr Sarah Goulding, Knowledge Transfer Manager
KTN Ltd KTN Ltd
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