Duration: 60-75 minutes
Level: Advanced Professional
Date: March 6th, 2020 (APAC)
Time: 2 PM IST
Why Should You Attend?
If you are a professional involved in the development and manufacture of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical products, and interested in leveraging data, information and knowledge to deliver enhanced reliability of processes and operations, then this webinar is for you.
During this session we will discuss emerging strategies to deliver value by applying manufacturing intelligence to pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical processes. We will further discuss a number of case studies that have been implemented across the manufacturing value chain, and the impact of driving down costs while ensuring the quality and supply of products to patients. There will be a Q&A session factored in, and by the end of the program you will have a broader understanding of manufacturing intelligence, as well as the strategies and approaches required to derive value across the Pharma chain.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- An overview of manufacturing intelligence
- Implementation strategies
- Value delivery: Quality, Supply Assurance, Business
- Case studies and value delivered across
- Biological Cell Culture
- Small Molecule Drug Synthesis
- Solid Oral Dosage
- Knowledge Management
- Preventive Maintenance
- Supply Chain
Key Learning Objectives:
- Refresh on key principles of manufacturing intelligence
- Understand emerging strategies and approaches for the implementation of manufacturing intelligence in Pharma
- Understand the value of manufacturing intelligence through model case studies
- Explore the value and impact on manufacturing deliverables
Who will benefit?
All levels of management across the following disciplines:
- Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (Chemistry and Micro)
- Product and Process Development
- Technical Services
- Manufacturing Operations
- Regulatory Affairs
Dr. Alton Johnson has a distinguished pharmaceutical leadership career of over 30 years in new product and process development, technical services, innovation and technology, and advanced manufacturing solutions, with Pfizer Inc. After retiring from Pfizer, he continues to learn and contribute as a consultant. As Vice President, Technology and Business Solutions at Pfizer, he led the development and implementation of digital transformation, advanced process control, process analytical technologies, continuous processing, knowledge management, technology transfer, and systems design for rapid development paradigms for accelerated new products. Alton served as Chair of the Steering Committee for an Engineering Research Center focused on continuous manufacturing; held numerous leadership roles for Pharma and was a Board Member of the Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition. He has published and presented on the topics of manufacturing intelligence, advanced process control, process analytical chemistry, and validation continuous processing. Alton earned his Ph.D. degree from Purdue University with research in controlled release and holds a B.S. degree in Pharmacy from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.