Vaccine Development & its Manufacturing using Integrated...

Presented by

Dr. S.K. Jana at Serum Institute of India Pvt. Ltd, Vikas Revankar at Merck and Piergiuseppe Nestola at Sartorius

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Full Title: Vaccine Development & its Manufacturing using Integrated High Throughput Technology The billions of doses of vaccines manufactured worldwide each year are used to vaccinate the healthy people. This is the fact which drives vaccine manufacturing to be among rigorously designed, manufactured, monitored & compliant health products. In order to produce this huge number of doses, there is a need to have a manufacturing process which strongly influence the cost effectiveness, volume, application of technologies involving ease of scale-up, flexible in nature, automated integration with different manufacturing unit operations, minimal manual intervention or hybrid for complex biologics like vaccines manufacturing. The use of integrated way of automation with different online sensors like IOTs, AI at different measurement points of processes to make manufacturing process continuous, seamless, robust with high throughput yield, higher process capability with less time or no failure is the cornerstone of a modern, advanced & powerful manufacturing system. The concept of High Throughput Manufacturing is related to time required for a product to pass through a manufacturing process converting raw materials in to finished goods involving automation, integration of several unit operations with minimal manual intervention during the manufacturing. The ability to manufacture vaccines safely and consistently must be built on the theme with consistent quality, compliance, easier regulatory authorization in order to reach the market fast as manufacturing complexity is compounded by the need for different producing strains, type of vaccines & their processes. The present talk on “Vaccine Development and its manufacturing using integrated high through put Technology” is going to address some challenges & opportunities and its full scale application to future biologics manufacturing.

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