The Downstream Processing Stream brings together industry and academia to discuss the latest developments in the capture, recovery and purification of biotherapeutics - mAb and non-mAb - with data-driven case studies on next-generation technologies and strategies in affinity chromatography, clarification, depth filtration, automation, HTPD, new membranes, and flocculation. Part 1 will focus on the use of DSP in more traditional modalities such as antibodies, fragments, bispecifics and ADCs. Part 2 will focus more on viral vectors, mRNA, VLPs, plus digitalization, process modelling continuous downstream processing, and sustainability. 

Conferences Include:

Recovery & Purification - Part 1
Recovery & Purification - Part 2

Keynote Presentations:

The Technical Challenges of Developing Monoclonal Antibodies against Snake Venoms
Andreas H. LaustsenAndreas H. Laustsen, PhD, Center Director & Professor, Center for Antibody Technologies, DTU Bioengineering, Technical University of Denmark

Improving DSP Processes Based on Big Data and Visualisation Tools—What Happens When the (Data) Lake Is Overflowing
Sandra KrauseSandra Krause, Lab Engineer, Biodevelopment Microbial Platform, Sanofi