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Webinar: Five questions to ask before selecting a raw materials supplier

Brought to you by
GE Healthcare

David Radspinner, PhD
General Manager,
HyClone™ Cell Culture Products,
GE Healthcare

Trisha Gladd
Contributing Editor,
Life Science Leader Magazine

Ed Miseta
Executive Editor,
Life Science Leader Magazine

About this webinar

Do you know the critical factors that affect the success of biologics manufacturing? Join us for a free webinar where we will share lessons learned from our experience with raw materials management during the past five decades in bioprocessing.

Join us for this one hour webinar and you will learn:

  • Trends that are shaping our industry and why demands of raw materials management are on the rise
  • Best practices in raw materials management including quality by design (QbD) approaches and component supplier management
  • Five key questions to ask to help ensure that your cell culture supplier meets your needs

These aspects of raw materials management will be discussed in terms of the recent acquisition of HyClone cell culture products by GE Healthcare.

About the presenter

David Radspinner is the general manager of HyClone Cell Culture Products for GE Healthcare. David has over 22 years of experience in the pharmaceutical and biotherapeutics industries in business development, quality, regulatory, marketing, and business leadership positions. He holds a BA in chemistry from Wabash College and a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Arizona.

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