R&D Process Development Symposium
Seminar Training

R&D Process Development and Scale-up Seminar – Cambridge, MA

Seminar Training

Symposium Focusing on R&D in 2020 and Beyond

R&D Process Development Seminar – Cambridge, MA
R&D Process Development Seminar – Cambridge, MA

After careful consideration, we have postponed this event due to public health risks related to the Coronavirus. We are watching the situation and will adjust scheduling accordingly.  Register now for this event to secure your seat and receive updates – including new virtual events.

This annual symposium brings together chemists and engineers from the top biopharmaceutical and chemical companies working on the development, optimization, and scale-up of vital chemical reactions and crystallization processes. The event features presentations and case studies from experts, including: 

  • Data Rich Experimentation Across Scale: Leveraging PAT and Reactor Automation for Robust Process Design
    Keith Mattern – Merck

  • Safe Scale-Up of an Exothermic Grignard Reaction Based on Thermal Hazard Understanding and Engineering Control
    Derek Brown - Amgen

  • Using Principle Component Analysis to Fingerprint a Photoresist Polymer Synthesis Process
    Stefan Caporale – DuPont

  • Applications of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) in the Solid State and Crystallization Development of Pharmaceutical Compounds
    Bing-Shiou Yang, PhD. - Boehringer Ingelheim

Additional speakers will be announced from Takeda and Biogen.

Reserve your seat now to learn from experts and network with industry peers. Due to the anticipated high level of interest and available meeting space, attendance will be limited to two individuals per organization.  Please register now!

Can't make it to Cambridge? If so, please register for our Live Online Seminars below.

R&D Process Development
Date To Be Determined
Cambridge Location TBD

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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