Welcome back to our 4th Annual BioLogistics Summit!
Your # 1 summit for the storage, handling, and distribution of biologic based products and materials as they move through the commercial and clinical trial supply chain returns to San Francisco in 2016. With inconsistencies and delays among standards and guidelines for transporting biologics both nationally and globally, key challenges arise for the storage, handling, and distribution of biologic based products and materials throughout clinical and commercial supply chains. To achieve timely deliveries and ensure product integrity that are both time and temperature-sensitive, Big Pharma, Biotechs, Bio banks, Bio repositories, Wholesalers and Distributors consistently test, monitor, track, and regulate, packages and shipping channels efficiently and cost effectively. .
It’s because of these ongoing challenges that we’ve gathered the sharpest minds from forward-thinking pharma, biotech, academic, and research organizations all under one roof.
Join our senior industry thought leaders to address these key concerns:
Overcome Obstacles to Enterprise Cold Chain Management of Biologics .
The Cost and Benefits of Sustainable Qualified Cold Chain Packaging for Biologics .
Ensuring compliance regarding FDA requirements to avoid clinical delays .
Best practices to extend cell life during clinical trials .
Increase visibility with enhanced tracking and monitoring
Mitigate and Assess risk for time and temperature sensitive packaging .
Review qualifications and validation of packaging.
Updates to lithium battery requirements for biologic shipments.
Quality Systems Director
Director, Global Regulatory Affairs
Associate Director, Global Logistics Product Handling and Technology
Pharm.D., USP General Chapters- Packaging and Storage Expert Committee
Senior Specialist, Quality, Vaccine and Biological Stability
Senior Director, Product Development And Manufacturing
Hazardous Material Shipping Specialist
University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Principal Engineer, Global Packaging Engineering
Package Engineering, North American Logistics Operations
Eli Lilly and Company
Global BioPharm Solutions, LLC
Associate Director of Global Clinical Supply
Onyx Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Project Manager, Technology Innovation Program
Management and Program Analyst
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Project Management Analyst
Intarcia Therapeutics, Inc.
Sr. Manager, Dangerous Goods Compliance
Editor in Chief
Who should attend?
C-Levels, Department Heads, Vice Presidents, Directors, Leaders and Managers:
- Quality control/quality assurance
- Supply chain management
- Cold chain management
- Warehouse and storage
- Material management
- Clinical supplies
- Supply Chain Security
- Regulatory affairs/compliance
- ….and so much more!
From these organizations: Big Pharma, Biotechs, Biobanks, Biorepositories, CROs, CMOs, Wholesalers, Distributers, and Academia.