The Cell & Gene Therapy Manufacturing Forum is back for 2018!
Join us 13th - 15th November in London, UK to:
- Develop a sustainable scalable manufacturing strategy, and discuss the individual requirements of Autologous and Allogenic therapies with expert guidance from Zelluna Immunotherapy
- Identify common process bottlenecks and avoid manufacturing delays with insights from Pluristem Therapeutics that will ensure you do not end up left behind!
- Effectively invest in process development and manufacturing automation that will reduce your development timeline and generate a return on investment with an industry leading case study from Torque Therapeutics
- Define your critical quality attributes that will underpin your product development, and discuss how to maximize delivery against these attributes with first hand tips and tricks from Autolus
- Ensure you are market ready through an expert analyse of the current global regulatory landscape for Cell and Gene Therapies with a focus on EU and US requirements with GSK and Rheincell Therapeutics sharing their perspectives
Download the Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing Agenda to find out more about the speakers, sessions and content.
Pharma IQ spoke to Dr Ryan Guest, Director of Cell Production from cell therapy manufacturer Cellular Therapeutics to explore the raft of emerging trends connected to cell and gene manufacturing.
In this interview Pharma IQ speak to James Sherley to find out what have been the major advancements in using stem cells for toxicology testing and the current challenges that need to be overcome in using stem cells for toxicology. In this interview you will also find out what are going to be the trends in using stem cells for toxicology over the coming 18 months.
Pharma IQ has created an easy-to-digest overview of biomanufacturing activity and spend around the world, whether they are already being implemented or have plans in the near future. You’ll be able to keep it as a handy reference, share it around your colleagues or even stick it on your wall!
When introducing a regenerative medicine cell based product to a commercial setting, there are a number of things to take into consideration to ensure a commercially viable and safe product for patient use. In this Q&A interview, William Fodor, Director of Translational Sciences, Cell Therapy Group, gives some great insights into the commercial manufacturing scale-up process of cell therapies.
One key point of focus for the market is not only the move towards scaling up - manufacturing bigger batches of product- but also scaling out - manufacturing more batches.
In response, to this Pharma IQ spoke to Elena Meurer of apceth GmbH & Co.KG to compile this best practise guide automation scale up –and scale out for cell and
Past Presentation: Identify the Opportunities and Challenges in Advanced Therapy Manufacturing Process (ATMP)
Magda Papadaki, Head of Manufacturing Innovation, The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) shares her presentation from last year's Cell & Gene Therapy Manufacturing Forum: 'Identify the Opportunities and Challenges in Advanced Therapy Manufacturing Process (ATMP)'.
In this presentation:
- Determine what to consider when moving from research to commercial production
- Understand what different set backs will become apparent when looking at cost efficiency of manufacturing
- Hear the recommended actions that need to be considered when in the positions of discovery and development of advanced therapies
The cell and gene therapy manufacturing sphere continues to mature rapidly, with a growing number of companies moving towards commercialising products. This report includes a European Heatmap which provides a high level overview of the latest developments in the European cell and gene therapy manufacturing space, in addition to an detailed industry update which provides information about therapy development throughout Europe.
As cell and gene therapy production continues to move towards commercialisation, it faces new challenges relating to the scalability of manufacturing processes. Both autologous and allogeneic therapies hold their own unique obstacles relating to production and treatment; and the promise of personalised medicines is not without hindrances related to both cost and availability.
We interviewed Andrew Finnerty, General Manager, CCMI Ireland at NUI Galway to discuss this topic in more detail and build a better understanding of how the rapid expansion of this market has brought about new challenges relating to manufacturing scalability , and what will this mean for the future of personalised cell and gene therapies.
Fast on its way to becoming a multibillion-dollar market, the global cell and gene therapy industry is booming. However, challenges mean that almost three decades after the first gene therapy trial, only three gene therapies have been approved in the EU and one in the United States. This article will look into the challenges around development and manufacturing that need to be addressed so that ambitious pharma and biotechs can continue to develop these innovative medicines.
The cell and gene therapy manufacturing sphere continues to mature rapidly, with a growing number of companies moving towards commercialising products. This infographic provides a high level overview of the latest developments in the European cell and gene therapy manufacturing space, looking at which therapies are moving into commercialisation in order to treat a wide range of conditions and diseases.
In response to the region’s strengthening presence with the therapeutic method, Pharma IQ presents this Cell and Gene Manufacturing hotspot map.