Challenges of cell collections for cell therapy manufacturing: what do we want in the bag?
June 24 2020 08:00 PDT; 11:00 EDT; 16:00 BST; 17:00 CEST
Cell collections destined for cell therapy manufacturing present many challenges to the manufacturer. A physician and two cell collection and manufacturing experts will share their perspective and experience related to starting material consistency, process challenges and bottlenecks, implications for the final product and key considerations for optimization.
We will discuss different collection protocols to better define the starting material requirements and relevance to the cell and gene therapy manufacturer. We’ll also cover other factors that contribute to a robust and reproducible cell collection to meet manufacturing requirements.
- Learn what researchers need in their cell collection bag versus what they are getting
- Understand how to optimize cell collections for cell therapy manufacturing and what the key considerations are for the final product
- Review the available protocols for cell collections and understand their relevance to the cell therapy manufacturer
- See how influencing standardization and consistency of starting material can be advantageous
Georgia Tech and Emory University