Trends and Future of Pharmaceutical Continuous Manufacturing

Presented by

Lawrence De Belder, at Pharmatech Associates, Inc. and Jan Vogeleer at Fette Compacting

About this talk

In this webinar, Lawrence De Belder will give an overview of the history, present, and expected future of continuous manufacturing for drug product, drug substance, and biologics. This talk will cover the evolution of equipment design where simplification and modular design are increasingly important. To reap the benefits of continuous manufacturing, business strategies have evolved differently in various areas of the world, while support from worldwide health authorities has shifted over time. Initial thoughts about benefits have adjusted now that more data from industry is available and assumptions can be based on reality instead of estimations. Science has helped to build the rationale behind robust control strategies; valuable knowledge is being shared through clusters of consortia – to be combined in a central repository in the future. Will this evolution help to reduce the barriers of widespread adoption? What might trigger exponential growth of the amount of approved continuous processes? This webinar will describe the aspects that are critical in an integrated continuous manufacturing approach and discuss the logical consequences of market demand and quality control that will assure the future. Followed by CM re-invented: A novel solution for Continuous Direct Compression (CDC) Presented by Jan Vogeleer, Managing Director at Fette Compacting
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