AUG 06, 2020 10:00 AM PDT

Single Cell Antibody Discovery Using 'Islands of Automation'

Speaker
  • Lilly Biotechnology Center
    Biography

      Paul earned his BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara then went on to Case Western Reserve University where he received a MS in Biomedical Engineering in 2005. From 2005 to 2018 he worked in the Advanced Automation Technologies group at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation, better known as GNF. In the summer of 2018 he joined Eli Lilly in San Diego where he has helped support and build out automated platforms for Lilly's biologics discovery efforts.


    Abstract

    DATE: August 6th, 2020

    TIME:  10:00am PT

     

    In recent years Lilly has implemented a Next Generation Research (NGR) initiative to improve the value output of the R&D portfolio. One of the NGR pillars focuses on decreasing the timeline to bring medicines to patients. As part of this initiative Lilly has invested in ‘Islands of Automation’ to advance the B cell antibody discovery platform at the Lilly Biotechnology Center in San Diego with the goal of significantly increasing throughput and reducing project timelines. This talk will focus on the automated systems that have been developed as part of this platform. This highly automated approach to antibody discovery has enabled us to meet aggressive timelines and dramatically increase throughput while allowing flexibility for future changes to our process.

     

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Monoclonal antibody discovery from single B cells.

    2. Modular automated systems that allow for maximum flexibility to support several workflows in addition to monoclonal antibody discovery.

    3. Automated system design and optimization.

     

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