In the biomanufacturing world, a huge diversification of products takes place with new therapeutic approaches rising up. Novartis e.g. recently released a new gene therapy drug for two Million Euros per dose, while other companies are still in the development phase for drugs targeting the same disease. Wouldn’t it be great for them to have released these drugs faster to be the first one and to make two Million Euros per dose themselves? And what technologies might have helped to reach this goal?
One possibility to get drugs faster to the market is the use of single-use systems. But are they robust enough, when the product contact layer is made from polymers? And what will the authorities say? If the equation SUS plus GMP results in SOS to you, then you should sign up to this two-day course. Here you will learn and discuss with technical trainers and specialists for data handling and GMP regulations how to implement and operate single-use technologies in a GMP-controlled environment.
During an optional third day you can have a look into the manufacturing of single-use bioreactor bags and filters, followed by a visit in the Sartorius Application Center where you can see and test complete process solutions from molecule discovery to large scale biomanufacturing.