Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

MAY15 2017

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) is the world's most widely read biotech publication. It provides the R&D community with critical information on the tools, technologies, and trends that drive the biotech industry.

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 36 of 37

View It Now! On Demand DURATION 60 minutes COST Complimentary Speakers Turning Up the Volume on Cell Therapy Production The development of novel biotherapeutics is an essential element in generating the power to cure the incurable. With recent advances in cell and molecular biology, cell therapy has emerged as an effective means to treat a host of biological disorders. However, challenges remain for the clinical and commercial manufacturing of these advanced therapy products. Join us for this GEN webinar where we will discuss the manufacturing challenges that many researchers face as they begin to scale-out and scale-up biotherapy production. Moreover, we will discuss new cell culture solutions that can streamline bioproduction workflows and ease those cell and regenerative therapy manufacturing woes. A live Q&A session will follow the presentations, offering you a chance to pose questions to our expert panelists. Who Should Attend • Cell therapy investigators • Upstream bioprocessing scientists • Drug discovery researchers • Molecular biologists • Cell biologists Free Registration! Webinars You Will Learn • The latest challenges that face developers of advanced cell therapy products and some potential solutions • How a contract research organization like WuXi AppTec is supporting the advancement of innovative biotherapies • About solutions from Corning Life Sciences that can be utilized to simplify cell therapy research and help investigators accomplish their specific goals Produced with support from Alan Moore Vice President and Commercial Chief for Biologics and Advanced Therapies WuXi AppTec Kate Strathearn, Ph.D. Bioprocess Specialist Corning Life Sciences

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News - MAY15 2017