Cell culture world Congress 2016
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The Cell culture world Congress 2016 will be held in Munich, Germany in February 2016 (Not Final).
The Cell culture world Congress 2016 covers topics such as:
Media screening and selection
Cell line engineering and selection
Downstream process challenges
Improving cell culture facilities
Cultivation and purification
The Cell culture world Congress 2016 brings together attendees from Big Biotech, Big Pharma, Specialised Biotech, Small and Medium pharma, Platform Technology Providers, EQMs, Academia research, Contract Service providers, Venture Capitalists, Government and regulatory affairs.
Dr Manuel Carrondo at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Dr Manuel Carrondo , Director, Instituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnologica
Mr Berthold Boedeker at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Mr Berthold Boedeker , Chief Scientist and Head of Cell Culture, Bayer Pharma Germany Ag
Dr Hansjörg Hauser at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Dr Hansjörg Hauser, Group Leader of R.D.I.F., Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research GmbH
Mr Thomas Fletcher at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Mr Thomas Fletcher , Scientific Director, Irvine Scientific
Prof Alois Jungbauer at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Prof Alois Jungbauer , Head Bioprocess Engineering, B.O.K.U.
Mr Alain Pralong at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Mr Alain Pralong , Vice President of N.P.I. and T.L.C.M, Glaxo Smith Kline
Ms Laetitia Malphettes at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Ms Laetitia Malphettes , Director, U.C.B.
Mr Thomas Falkman at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Mr Thomas Falkman , Scientist, G.E. Healthcare Bio Sciences Ab
Dr James Brooks at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Dr James Brooks , Research and Development Manager, Becton Dickinson And Company
Dr Alessandro Butte at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Dr Alessandro Butte , Senior Researcher, ETH Zurich
Dr Guy De Roo at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Dr Guy De Roo , Project Leader of D.S.P., Synthon
Prof Conan Fee at Cell Culture World Congress 2015
Prof Conan Fee , Professor of Chemical Engineering, Canterbury University
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
History meets modernity at Sofitel Munich Bayerpost, a contemporary design hotel in Munich's former Bavarian Royal Post Office.
Set in the vibrant heart of Munich, the hotel's luxury rooms, suites, restaurants and meeting venues welcome guests from all over the globe.
Munich is a bustling modern city with a generous heart and a deep sense of tradition. Revel in the Bavarian capital's lively blend of art and culture, history and modernity. Explore beer gardens, the Allianz Arena, Oktoberfest and Hofbräuhaus – perhaps with a city tour arranged by our concierge. Browse shops where traditional Dirndl costumes are side by side with designer brands.
Street : Bayerstrasse 12
City : 80335 MUNICH
Country : GERMANY
Tel : +49 (0) 89 599 480
Fax : +49 (0) 89 599 48 1000
E-mail : H5413@sofitel.com
Make sure you are at the forefront of the bioprocess industry. No matter where your interest lies , we have content, networking and potential partners for you.
If you’re an equipment or technology provider, CRO, CMO, Media Supplier or Cell Line Developer, a plethora of opportunities for sponsors include:
Ability to shape the agenda and contribute to the content
Present in front of an audience of end users and decision makers
Access to our fantastic networking managers who will personally arrange meetings for you
Host interactive roundtable sessions populated with end users
Showcase your technologies & services with an exhibition booth
Brand exposure to our huge worldwide database
Over the course of the event there will be multiple sessions which facilitate high level discussion on what matters in the industry right now:
Optimisation of cell culture biologic production
Exploring cell line engineering
New technologies to enhance cell line expression
Assessing media selection options
Delivering a robust upstream process
Evaluating novel upstream technologies
Process scale-up and scale-down challenges
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