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2018 PDA Biopharmaceuticals Conference

Apr 17 – 18, 2018 | Apr 18, 2018 | Imperial Palace Seoul | Seoul, Korea

 

Don´t miss the 2018 PDA Biopharmaceuticals Conference which takes place April 17 to 18 in Seoul, Korea.

 

This conference will give a broad overview on biopharmaceuticals, focusing on important aspects of manufacturing and processing of drug substances and products.

Industry and regulatory experts will discuss trends in the biopharmaceutical field. The regulatory and technical impact of these trends will be detailed and challenges of commercialization of biosimilars in a competitive global environment will be addressed.

There will also be an exhibition showing the latest in equipment and services.

Presentations will focus on practical technological aspects, using case studies as examples.

Matthias Angelmaier (Product Manager Isolator Technology Robert Bosch Packaging Technology GmbH) will talk on Wednesday, April 18 about the topic “Material transfer into RABS and Isolator – Are we talking of closed systems?”.

 

More information about this topic can be found here.

 

Matthias Angelmaier holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Business Development. He has been with Robert Bosch Packaging Technology GmbH since 2009. For the first 3 years he was project manager for the handling of complex customer projects. Since 2012, he has been the responsible product manager for the business areas Barrier Systems and Isolator Technology as well as Cartridge Filling Equipment with global product responsibility. In addition to process technology, his expertise includes bio-decontamination, sterilization and depyrogenation as well as aseptic fill-finish around barrier systems.

 

Contact
Matthias Angelmaier
Product Manager
49 7951 402 7944
Matthias.Agelmaier@bosch.com

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