Filtration In Biopharmaceutical Development & Manufacturing

 

Pharmaceutical formulations, drug products, therapies, vaccines and the processes by which they are made are becoming increasingly diverse. Whether used for clarification or sterilization of final material, filtration remains an essential part of them.

 

In this presentation, Tom Watson talks about Pall’s range of filters including carbon removal filters, sterilizing grade filters (liquid and air/gas applications) and pre-filters for different types of drugs and manufacturing processes.

 

You will also understand how Pall is continuing to innovate in the field of prefiltration and sterilizing grade filtration in response to evolving regulatory standards and changes in drug classes.

 

Participants will learn about:

 

  • How to select a right filter for your product and process.
  • What’s new in the pre-filtration and sterilizing grade filtration.
  • Integrity testing of hydrophilic and hydrophobic filters.

Speaker

Tom Watson

Global Product Manager, Sterilizing Grade Filters

Pall

 

Tom joined Pall in 2003, having graduated from the University of Sheffield, UK with a degree in Biotechnology and Microbiology. Following several years as an Account Manager, in 2010 he joined the Global Product Marketing first as Global Product Manager, Sterilizing-grade Filters and is now marketing group leader for Sterilizing grade filters, test instruments and systems.

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