Delivering an end-to-end industrialization roadmap for autologous cell therapy

Tuesday 6th July 2021

08:00 PDT; 10:00 CDT; 11:00 EDT; 16:00 BST; 17:00 CEST

Today’s autologous cell therapy footprint has been expanding over recent years and the recent commercialization of certain CAR T therapies has further ignited the autologous growth across the globe. With hundreds of products in the pre-clinical and clinical phases, the industry has improved in both a quantitative and qualitative way, but has also been exposed to numerous pain points that have created critical bottlenecks affecting the ability for a smooth transition from clinic to market. From overall product cost of goods (COGs) to supply chain constraints, there is a critical need to industrialize the end-to-end process to allow for these life saving therapies to be commercialized and available to the global markets.

During this webinar, our experts reveal an end-to-end industrialization roadmap for drug developers of autologous cell therapies. This roadmap includes the key technologies, such as the Cocoon platform, necessary to achieve reliable COGs and scalability of these personalized medicines, as well as the partnerships required to build a supply chain network that will deliver ‘just-in-time’ manufacturing to patients.

Attendees will learn:

  • The specificities and challenges associated with autologous cell therapy manufacturing
  • Leveraging automation for scalability of autologous cell therapy manufacturing with the Cocoon platform
  • How to build a robust vein-to-vein network to achieve ‘just-in-time’ delivery of autologous cell therapies
Presenter
Joe Garrity
Head of Autologous Cell Therapy Commercial Development, CGT
Lonza
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Presenter
Walter Bagni
Cell & Gene Technologies & Labelling CoE Lead
Lonza
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Presenter
Matt Hewitt, PhD
Head of R&D and Clinical Development, Personalized Medicines
Lonza
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Presenter
Elisa Manzotti
CEO and Founder
BioInsights Publishing
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