IBC’s Biopharmaceutical Production Conference Series has offered high-quality programs covering topics from upstream to downstream for over 25 years. This series provides market-driven information, networking, and business development opportunities by covering a wide spectrum of topics with emphasis on current industry challenges.
Biopharmaceutical Development and Production Week
25 February – 1 March 2013 in Huntington Beach, CA: IBC’s Biopharmaceutical Development and Production Week provides updates on current and emerging methods to improve your bioproduction capabilities. This event delivers strategies to help you overcome the challenges and accelerate production of the biopharmaceutical industry’s most exciting new molecules.
“…provides a fluid representation of the changing landscape of our industry, allowing networking and topical discussion around our industry’s current state of the art and the relevant challenges of the day.” —Bryan D. Monroe (Life Technologies)Flexible Facilities
2–4 April 2013 in San Francisco, CA: This conference will bring together senior-level vice presidents, directors, managers, and group leaders. They will discuss strategic, technical, economic, regulatory, and quality considerations necessary for implementing modular, flexible, multiproduct biomanufacturing facilities throughout the world.TIDES
12–15 May 2013 in Boston, MA: TIDES (Oligonucleotides and Peptide Research, Technology, and Product Development)is the only event with in-depth coverage of chemistry, manufacturing, and controls (CMC) for good manufacturing practice (GMP)–compliant manufacturing of peptide and oligonucleotide-based therapeutics. This event provides complete coverage of peptide and oligonucleotide drug discovery and development. This largest showcase of providers for services and technology critical to the field has a proven track record of attendance that guarantees you a superior networking opportunity.
“…an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge into the vastly expanding area of peptides and oligonucleotides.” —Barry P. O’Connor (Sekisui Medical Co., Ltd.)Development, Validation, and Maintenance of Biological Assays
14–16 May 2013 in Seattle, WA: From bioassay basics to today’s cutting-edge tools and case studies — we cover it all! IBC’s 23rd international biological assay conference is the answer for all bioassay professionals. It provides education, practical advice, and a hard look at the evolving standards. This is the conference where new approaches emerge and coalesce.
“Great conference with excellent content. All the topics complemented each other.“ —Leonard Blackwell (Pfizer)Single-Use Applications for Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
3–5 June 2013 in Durham, NC: This conference continues to be the largest, most well-respected event focused solely on disposables. Learn how to save time and cost or expand facility capacity or capabilities by using the hottest new technologies in biopharmaceutical manufacturing.
“…provides useful insight into the current and future direction of disposables [and] helps [you] to stay current and ahead of the fast changing disposable industry.” —Shishir Ghia (Facet Biotech)BioProcess International Conference and Exhibition
16–20 September 2013 in Boston, MA: The biopharmaceutical industry’s premier event is the one place where you know you will meet with key players in the field. The BPI Conference is the industry resource where you can expand your knowledge with unparalleled access to new, unpublished data and exclusive case studies from companies of all sizes and perspectives. This is the most comprehensive event for people directly involved with improving the speed, cost, and quality of developing and manufacturing biotherapeutics.
“…gave me a global update of what the industry is faced with and their challenges to target the true worth.” —Ronald Eimers (Merck)Let’s Get Social
Join IBC Life Sciences’ LinkedIn groups. With more than 8,000 members, the Bioprocessing Professionals group is where you can post questions, have discussions, and find networking contacts with the who’s-who of the bioprocess industry. IBC also has a group dedicated to the latest news and discussions on Antibody and Protein Therapeutics (from Discovery to Production), with more than 250 members. Search for these groups on LinkedIn to get involved today. You can also follow IBC on Twitter @ibcusa and @IBCBioProcess.BPI Subscribers Save 20%
When registering, please mention priority code BPIJAN13 and save 20% off conference standard rates for any IBC 2013 conferences. To register with this savings, call 1-800-390-4078. This offer is for new registrations only and cannot be combined with other offers.