R&D Process Development Symposium
Seminar Training

R&D Process Development Seminar – San Francisco, CA

Seminar Training

2018 Symposium focusing on R&D Process Development

R&D Process Development Seminar – San Francisco, CA
R&D Process Development Seminar – San Francisco, CA

At the June 19 R&D Process Development Seminar, you will interact and network with peers at the leading edge of chemistry, chemical engineering, and bioprocessing.  Learn about improving efficiency and innovation in synthetic reaction development, process chemistry, crystallization, safety, and scale-up. 

The program features presentations and case studies from industrial and academic experts, who will discuss:

  • How researchers are addressing current challenges in the pharmaceutical, fine chemical, bioprocessing, and academic fields
  • Specific methods to modernize synthesis, sustain a culture of safety, and provide insight to every reaction or crystallization
  • Methods to help your company transform productivity and scale up from lab to plant

This seminar is free of charge but registration is required. Please register today as space is limited.  The event will take place between 9am and 5pm on June 19.  Speakers include:

  • Data-Driven Reaction Modeling and Optimization
    Daniel Griffin – Senior Engineer, Amgen, CA 

  • Streamlined Reaction Engineering Approach for Robust and Scaleable Process Design
    Rahul Sandgodkar Ph.D – Senior Engineer, Amgen, MA

  • Process Development and Reaction Profiling to Optimize a Key C-N Coupling en Route to GDC-0022
    Lauren Sirois – Scientist, Small Molecule Process Chemistry, Genentech, Inc., CA 
  • Improving Filtration Time Through Particle Engineering
    Harshada Natekar – Scientific Researcher, Genentech, CA 

  • Incorporation of Hazards Evaluation in Early Process Development
    Nisha Shah – Process Safety Engineer, Gilead Sciences, CA 

  • New Radical Reactions Enabled by In Situ Monitoring
    Ryan Baxter - Professor, University of California - Merced

  • Lab Automation to Enhance PAT for Chemical Reaction and Crystallization Monitoring
    Jason Hein - Professor, University of British Columbia

Register now to learn from experts and network with industry peers.

Event begins with registration at 8am.  Talks are from 9am to 5pm.

There is no fee to attend but registration is required.

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