The following posters will be presented during Monday’s refreshment breaks.
Filling of High-Concentration Monoclonal Antibody Formulations: Investigating Underlying Mechanisms Impacting Precision of Low-Volume Fill by Peristaltic Pump
Wendy Shieu, Engineer II, Genentech, A Member of the Roche Group
Device Training Research - Simulating the Force Profile of a Prefilled Syringe
Joe Jensen, Director of Marketing Communications, Noble
Silicone and Tungsten Differences among Various Syringes and their Impact on Functionality
Leigh Bohack, Formulation Scientist, Pfizer, Inc.
Next Generation Packaging: Stability of a Bisphosphonate Drug in Barrier Coated Vials
Scott Arra, Director, Product Development, SiO2 Medical Products
Feasibility Testing, Cycle Development and Validation Guidance for VHP Low Temperature Surfaces Terminal Sterilization - Possibilities to Improve Packaged Product Quality and Simplify Aseptic Packaging Process
Juha Mattila, Senior Product Manager, Steris Finn-Aqua
The Effects of Surfactant on Protein Aggregation with a Silicone-Oil-Free Polymer based Syringe System
Hideaki Kiminami, Research Manager, Terumo Corporation
Thermal Treatment of Hyaluronic Acid Pre-filled Syringes: Challenges to Overcome
Maria Luisa Bernuzzi, PhD, Research & Development Manager, Fedegari Autoclavi SPA
Component Selection Strategies for PFS- Risk Mitigation, Performance, and Larger Injection Volume Driving Innovative Solutions
Royce Brockett, Senior Manager, Pre-filled Syringes, West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.
Wearable Pumps: Assessment of a Novel Universal Injection Mechanism
Harshal Shah, Vice President, Global Medtech Division, Cambridge Consultants
The Influence of Device Lubrication on Infusion Pump Response Time and Dose Accuracy
Jackson Thornton, PhD, Associate Director of Research, TriboFilm Research, Inc.
Oxygen Permeation Rates Through Syringe Components
James Veale, President, Lighthouse Instruments
Smart Material Selection for Complex Drug Delivery Devices
Willem Vos, Medical Application Development Engineer, Celanese
The Value of Cyclic Olefin Copolymer in Designing Drug Containers for use within Autoinjectors - in Particular, for Delivery of Highly Viscous Drugs
Susanna White, Mechanical Engineer, Oval Medical Technologies
Overcoming Connectivity Challenges Associated with Utilization of Glass Syringes with Needle Free Access Devices for IV Injections
Nicolas Deleuil, New Product Development Core Team Leader, BD Medical - Pharmaceutical Systems
Adjusting and Controlling Injection Speed into an Auto-injector by Design. Could this Positively Impact Patient Pain Perception, Specifically for Viscous and Large Volume Injections?
Pascal Dugand, Technology Product Manager, Nemera
Designing Medical Studies to Demonstrate Safe and Effective use of Medical Devices, while Assessing End-User Perception on Product Values at the Same Time
Karen Roesch, Clinical Development Manager, BD Medical - Pharmaceutical Systems
Feasibility of the Monitoring of CO2 for Sterility Testing of an Extended-release Injectable Suspension in Pre-filled Syringes
Patricia Rule, Senior Staff Scientist, Industry Affairs, bioMérieux
WhiIntegrating Patient and Therapeutic Needs: Characterizing and Optimizing Injection Depth to Improve Control of Drug Delivery and Patient Ease of Use
Florence Schwarzenbach, PhD, World Wide Senior Clinical Development Manager, BD Medical - Pharmaceutical Systems
Introduction to Cyclo Olefin Polymer (COP) - Key Properties Update
Shotaro Suzuki, Chief Researcher, Zeon Corporation