SMi Group is thrilled to present the 7th annual Pharmaceutical Microbiology taking place on 22nd – 23rd January 2018 in London, UK.
SMi’s 7th annual Pharmaceutical Microbiology UK conference will provide attendees essential indicators for Quality Assurance and Quality Control whilst presenting that latest information on protecting pharmaceutical and healthcare products from spoilage by microorganisms, and protecting patients and consumers.
This 2018 event will provide an in-depth overview of the function of the pharmaceutical microbiologist and what they need to know, from regulatory filing and GMP, to laboratory design and management, and risk assessment tools and techniques. These key aspects are discussed through a series of dedicated presentations, keynote sessions and workshops, with topics covering biofilms, validation, data analysis, bioburden, toxins, microbial identification, mycoplasma testing, and contamination control.
CHAIRS FOR 2018
- Oliver Chancel, Sterility and Aseptic Process, Assurance Expert, Merial Sas
- Andrew Bartko, Research Leader, Battelle Memorial Institute
Expert Speaker Line-Up Features:
- Renate Rosengarten, Professor and Chair of Bacteriology and Hygiene, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna
- Ingo Spreitzer, Deputy Head Section Microbial Safety, Paul-Ehrlich Institute
- Ruth Daniels, Senior Scientist Microbiology, Janssen
- Jeremy Webb, Professor of Microbiology, Principal Investigator (Biofilms and Microbial Communities), University of Southampton
- Shahram Lavasani, CEO & Founder, ImmuneBiotech
Exclusive highlights in 2018:
- Hear about new mycoplasma testing methods to optimise contamination control
- Gain insight from a regulatory perspective on ways to make testing methods compliant
- Explore actual implementation of rapid microbial methods within a laboratory setting, that meet regulatory requirements
- Gain an in-depth understanding of biofilms and why they pose such an issue in terms of drug development and delivery
- Receive updates on the current research being done to circumvent the issues posed by biofilms
Journal: Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology