22-23 September 2020, Dublin/Ireland
Cristiana Campa is currently a Technical R&D Advisor and Fellow at GSK Vaccines, with 20 years’ experience in biologics and related analytical and development strategies, gained in different universities and companies. She joined Novartis Vaccines in 2006, focusing on development, validation and transfer of analytical methods for release and characterization of several vaccine products, first as senior manager and then as Head of Analytical Development, Italy. Since 2012, Cristiana has worked on Quality by Design (QbD) principles implementation for vaccines. After acquisition of Novartis Vaccines by GSK in 2015, she has been the Head of QbD Integration and, until June 2018, the Head of Science and Development Practices in Technical R&D, covering QbD implementation, Knowledge Management and Development roadmaps.
Sebastian Teitz graduated from University of Cologne with a diploma in Genomic Imprinting. He followed this with a PhD in the Analysis of O-glycosylated Proteins. Sebastian has previously worked at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Seattle, WA), looking into Cytomegalovirus and its Role in Graft vs. Host Disease and Transplant Rejection; and at NewLab BioQuality / Charles River as the Project Manager of Virus Clearance Studies. Within Asahi his focus is on virus- & pathogen safety, supporting customers & internal entities technically and scientifically, and being liaison for authorities, CROs and industry consortiums of the biopharmaceuticals industry.
Marc Glogovsky, MS, S.M. (NRCM) has over 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry, specializing in aseptic operations, contamination control, and risk-based environmental monitoring. He has written a number of publications involving rapid microbiology, environmental monitoring, Mycoplasma and MALDI-TOF microbial identification. Currently, he is a Senior Microbiology Consultant with ValSource, Inc. Prior to joining ValSource, he was responsible for managing the Environmental Monitoring Control division at Veltek Associates, Inc., and more than 10 years as a senior microbiology specialist at Merck KGaA. Marc earned his B.S. in Biology from Monmouth University and his M.S. in Microbiology from Rutgers University.
Marc is actively involved with Parenteral Drug Association, where he serves on PDA’s Science Advisory Board, Education Advisory Board, chairs the Microbiology/EM Interest Group, is a faculty member at PDA-TRI and has contributed to a number of technical report committees and is currently co-chairing the Microbial Data Deviation technical report and a revision of the Environmental Monitoring (TR-13) technical teport.