Newsletter | October 29, 2019

10.29.19 -- Best Practices In Partnering With A CRO

 
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From The Editor

Hello Cell & Gene readers,

 

When it comes to partnering with a contract research organization (CRO), many pharmaceutical and biotech companies, particularly small ones, have no choice but to outsource. I caught up with Bob Paccasassi, VP of quality and compliance operations, and Mandy Clyde, VP of operations at BioRestorative Therapies for their insight on the best strategies for selecting and partnering with a CRO.

 

Rapid changes in the biopharma industry are making it increasingly difficult to launch new products successfully. In this article, we review the five key levers for biopharma launch success and explain how they inform the creation of a high-performing product launch framework.

 

Erin Harris, editor in chief
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Single-Use Systems For Storing And Shipping Frozen Drug Materials
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The logistics of decoupling drug substance manufacturing from final drug product formulation is now possible using integrated single-use freeze-thaw assemblies that incorporate reliable components.

Consistent Cord Blood Cryopreservation
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VIA Freeze controlled-rate freezers are compact electrical systems that do not require liquid nitrogen for freezing cells. Conduction-based cooling enables consistent cryopreservation of cells, including those in umbilical cord blood.

Custom-Designed Clinical Manufacturing Cleanrooms For Penn Medicine’s Cell And Gene Therapy Operations
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A GMP manufacturing suite was developed from its inception by AES, which included a custom-designed and constructed clinical manufacturing cleanroom core for producing PENN Medicine's cell and gene therapy candidates.

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