Nate Spangler, Ph.D., Director of Innovation & Strategy at Aldevron discusses the challenges of manufacturing mRNA under the increased demand and helpful strategies to solve them.
Nate was interviewed by Michael Dunnet for TIDES TV.
Justin Byers, Client Relations Senior Manager, GMP Custom Protein Services at Aldevron discusses important considerations for achieving GMP quality protein manufacturing for advanced therapeutics and vaccines.
He was interviewed by Michael Dunnet for TIDES TV.
Aldevron recently hosted a webinar through Endpoints news titled: Plasmid DNA Insights: Expanded Focus on CMC in Gene and Cell Therapy Development.
Arsalan Arif, the publisher and founder of Endpoints News moderated the well-balanced, industry expert guest panel featuring Dr. Anthony Davis, Chief Executive of Dark Horse Consulting, Ken Bonnell, SVP of Quality and Regulatory at Aldevron; Biswarup Dasgupta, Director of Quality Assurance at Sarepta; and Frank Bonnelly, Director of Supply Chain at Encoded.
Our inaugural presentation for the Breakthrough Speaker Series is Dr. Laurence Cooper, on behalf of ZioPharm Oncology, presenting "DNA Plasmids for the Genetic Engineering of Clinical-Grade T cells".
Every year, an estimated 300,000 children are born globally with a severe form of sickle cell disease. This is a genetic disease that causes red blood cells to be a sickle shape, leading to episodes of pain and anaemia, along with the potential of stroke or kidney damage.
A common question we receive from clients is how to evaluate a new manufacturer's quality system, and how to verify that it complies with global regulatory bodies' prescribed guidance, especially since the landscape surrounding regulatory guidance is constantly changing as the cell and gene therapy industry evolves.
Luckily, I was fortunate enough to sit down with Ken Bonnell, Aldevron’s Senior Vice President of Quality and Regulatory Affairs, to learn more about how to evaluate manufacturing partners, what to look for, and what is important. You can continue to read our conversation in this article or listen by checking out the video below!
At the turn of the century, viral manufacturers were facing major headwinds, and the sector was in a rut. Part of the problem was the inability to get enough clinical grade DNA, quickly enough, at the right price point for them to be able to progress through clinical trials.