The Evolution of Aseptic Processing Continues: From Barriers to Disposables
ISPE Aseptic Conference, March 6-7 in Reston, VA
Now in its 27th year, ISPE’s 2018 Annual Aseptic Conference remains at the forefront of education in the evolution of aseptic technology, providing information designed to help manufacturers deliver safe and reliable product supply while ensuring patient safety. The conference educates pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals in the field about the latest technologies related to Aseptic Processing. This year’s focus on robotics, sterility assurance, disposables, upgrading legacy facilities, and a new half-day track on highly potent and toxic products, provides a topic of interest for everyone.
Hite Baker is an industry innovator in cGMP manufacturing. He has extensive experience in the regulated life sciences industry, including biopharmaceuticals, vaccine products, cleanroom facility design, and technology transfers. An expert in sterile manufacturing technology, Hite has led engineering design efforts for every stage of the process—from formulation to sterile filling to lyophilization —as well as for the isolation technology and cGMP facilities where drug products are manufactured.
DME is proud to again be a sponsor for the Aseptic Conference, as well as an exhibitor. Meet with Hite as well as David Marks, President of DME. Watch for more details as they become available.