NASA and AstraZeneca have joined the extensive list of speakers for the combined virtual and in-person event
Taking place on 14-15 September 2021, Manufacturing Chemist Live will run in hybrid format for full access for both UK based and global delegates.
The unique focus of the conference will be critical to the pharma and biopharma supply chain, by honing in on the key topics affecting the sourcing, manufacturing, packaging and distribution of pharmaceutical products on a global scale.
With an impressive lineup of global pioneers of the industry in attendance, delegates can expect to take home key learnings from real-time case studies, lessons from experience and future predictions and trends.
AstraZeneca’s Chris Maddock will kickstart day one with his reflections on how AstraZeneca have shown resilience over the past 18 months and lessons for the future in pharma supply chain management.
Professor Alastair Florence, Director of CMAC, will explore advanced manufacturing with the help of digital technologies and will shed light on recent findings and the impacts these technologies have had on drug development.
John Reichard from NASA, will delve into effective pharmaceutical administration during spaceflight and how this has been implemented into a safe workspace - for those looking towards risk assessments, occupational safety and education in pharmaceutical handling, his presentation will explore staff and environmental safety in one of the most hostile working environments.
Guests can expect to hear from James Hurst, VP of Almac Group, who was responsible for the meticulous pharmaceutical operation that ultimately led to the success of Almac’s Charnwood site. The discussion will aim to enlighten crowds on key learnings, insights from the site’s development as well as future industry predictions.
Carole Delauney, Director of business development at swissfillon and Holger Krenz, VP at SiO2, will join this year’s event to discuss their trials and tribulations over the past 18 months and how they have adapted to the new market with their life cycle approach, where collaboration has been the driver of success.
With only a few of the many leading industry pioneers joining Manufacturing Chemist Live 2021 mentioned, the event will welcome even more industry experts for your critical learning and application in the next coming weeks.
By exploring the pharmaceutical supply chain through the extensive and carefully curated agenda, expect a well-rounded analysis on how to better your practice and prepare for future shifts and changes.
Due to the closely aligned industries, delegates who operate in both the pharma industry and the cleanroom and controlled contamination industry have a chance to double their key learnings to take home by having access to both lots of content and exhibition spaces.
The majority of the content will be available on-demand for up to six months after the event, giving all delegates the opportunity to catch up on the sessions that they might miss.Manufacturing Chemist eNews alerts.