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Flexible Manufacturing Strategies for Cell & Gene Therapy Products

There is a clear call to automate manufacturing for cell and gene therapy products, but when should you automate? In this session, we will consider the shifting priorities as you move from product development towards clinical manufacturing and discuss how choosing the right type of automation can create immediate impact without compromising flexibility. Case studies in adherent and suspension cell expansion, gene modification and cell secretome production will be presented.

Who may be interested:

  • Clinicians, researchers, lab technologists and cell therapy industry professional
  • Cell and gene therapy manufacturing professionals
  • Contract development and manufacturing organizations (CDMOs) and contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs)

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the impact of Investigational New Drug submission on the manufacturing process
  • Learn how various adopters of the Quantum® Cell Expansion System have improved their manufacturing processes

About the Presenter:

Wenyan Leong, PhD

Cell Processing Specialist, Terumo BCT (Asia Pacific

Wenyan Leong, Ph.D. is the Cell Processing Specialist for the Cell Therapy Technologies portfolio of Terumo BCT. Responsible for managing knowledge transfer and implementation of efficient and safe manufacturing solutions in the cell & gene therapy field, Dr. Leong works closely with various industry representatives, researchers and clinicians throughout Asia Pacific.

Prior to joining Terumo BCT, she spent 4 productive years in academic research on cell-laden tissue engineering platforms, working with a variety of cell types and biomaterials. Her contribution of 10 research articles and 3 patents to this specialty resulted in a Ph.D. (Bioengineering) conferment from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.


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