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Allogene Therapeutics

Panel: Looking at the Big Picture: Where is Our Industry Going, and How Should We Get There?
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Panel: Looking at the Big Picture: Where is Our Industry Going, and How Should We Get There?

Debating the merits of nimble and flexible facilities versus manufacturing battleships Preparing your pilot plants and manufacturing facilities to move forward with Phase II-III approvals Forecasting requirements for optimizing manufacturing equipment, facilities and partners to increase speed to market Achieving business goals to better manage times of product and economic uncertainty Putting theory into practice: Implementing key metrics to improve manufacturing flexibility — Moderators: Pat Yang Chairman at Acepodia & Founding Board Director at Sana Biotechnology Dr. Patrick Y. Yang has over 35 years leadership experience in technology, manufacturing, supply chain, and operational management functions in General Electric, Merck, Genentech,…

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Panel: The Past, Present and Future of the Global Bio-Pharma Supply Chain
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Panel: The Past, Present and Future of the Global Bio-Pharma Supply Chain

How our “new normal” is affecting our critical materials procurement and how do we adapt for the future? Examining how the proposed nationalization of our supply chains will affect risk management and operations planning What does post-COVID19 Supply Chain robustness look like? How do novel modalities (mRNA, Cell & Gene Therapy) with already existing supply chain challenges cope with these new global constraints? How will high volume ultra cold chain products affect existing specialized ultra cold chain logistics? Seismic shifts and emerging fault lines create lasting affects, what are they and how do they shape our industry in the years…

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Keynote: When Your Process Equipment is a Raw Material and Your Raw Material is a Human: The Adaptation of Biotechnology CMC Skills to Cell Therapy
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Keynote: When Your Process Equipment is a Raw Material and Your Raw Material is a Human: The Adaptation of Biotechnology CMC Skills to Cell Therapy

CMC/Operations disciplines have an important role in the commercialization of powerful new cell therapies Well understood development principles can be applied, though there are challenges It is important to identify when to draw on experience and when to adapt/grow to address gaps Comparability is key in an emergent technology space, but may be limited by product understanding Growing development skills to advance important new medicines — Alison Moore Chief Technology Officer Allogene Therapeutics Dr. Alison Moore is Chief Technical Officer at Allogene Therapeutics. Prior to this role, Moore served as senior vice president, Process Development,in Amgen Operations. Moore was previously…

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