OCT 15, 2015 07:30 AM PDT
WEBINAR: Graduate from Shaker to Fermentor
SPONSORED BY: Eppendorf
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Speakers:
  • Bioprocess Application Specialist, Eppendorf North America
    Biography


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      Michelet Dorceus:  Has a bachelor degree in biology and chemistry from Salem State University. He has been working in process development and manufacturing in the biotechnology / biopharmaceutical industry for over 12 years.  He has worked for Abbott, Wyeth, Massachusetts Biologic Laboratory, Shire Pharmaceutical and now with Eppendorf North America.

       


      Michelet has held numerous positions; most recent was at shire as a Sr. Development Specialist. 

       


      Michelet possesses a wide range of experience includes, but is not limited to:

                      - Automation and equipment design

                      - Management of Bioreactor Operations

                      - Project management of complex processes

                      - Identification, investigation and resolution of process issues

                      - Validation and documentation of processes

                      - Implementation of new technology (Delta-V and Finesse systems) to automate the

                      - Bioreactor control system and continuous flow centrifuge

                      - Hiring, training and management of employees.


       



    Abstract:
    DATE: October 15, 2015
    TIME: 7:30AM PDT, 10:30AM EDT

    Most cell biologists culture cells in dishes and shake flasks to produce proteins and biological molecules; however the production of these substances in large quantities creates a bottleneck.Bioreactors represent an alternative method to cultivate cells in large quantities. Bioreactors provide a greater flexibility to scale up cell culture. Bioreactors can be used for a wide range of applications including: fermentation, stem cell culture, strain selection and optimization, bioprocess development, transfections, and screening, media optimization, producing monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, and recombinant proteins. Please join us for this webinar as we discuss the advantages of using bioreactor to scale up your culture.


    Who Should Attend:

    Cell Culture Scientists, Bioengineering and Bioprocess Engineers who are working with:
    >Shake Flasks
    >Roller Bottles
    >T-Flasks
    >Spinner Bottles
    Researchers who are interested in:
    - Optimizing their processes
    - Process control through automation
    - Operating at a larger volume
    - Process Scale up

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