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Parvovirus Filtration Best Practices - 25 Years of Hands-on Experience



WEBINAR

This webinar will cover all aspects of parvovirus filtration best practices: process development/optimization, pilot scale-up, and validation and explain the important connections between these activities. The rationale for the recommended best practices will be explained by discussing the underlying mechanisms that control filter performance.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • how to measure filter performance and capacity
  • how to optimize filter virus removal capability
  • how to avoid potential pitfalls

Speaker

Paul Genest

Paul Genest

Merck

Consulting Engineer

Paul Genest has a B.S. and M.S. in chemical engineering from the University of New Hampshire, USA. His graduate work/thesis involved converting a batch chromatography protein purification process into a continuous operation. He has since been an application engineer, focused on Mab protein purification (Koch Membrane Systems, Wyeth BioPharma, and Merck). He has many publications in the area of parvovirus filtration and 25 years of experience in the field working with these filters.