2017 Best of BIOT Awards

The Best of BIOT award recognizes the best presentations from the BIOT division at the National Meeting. We are happy to acknowledge the 2017 Best of BIOT award winners. Award winners will discuss their work in the Best of BIOT Webinar Series. Congrats to all the winners!

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Live webinars will be held on the dates listed. To register, click here. The cost is $190 per industrial registration. Academic coupon codes to waive the fee are available upon request (email BIOT@premierwebinars.com).

 

Downstream Process Development
September 27, 2017 from 12-1pm EST

 

Investigating domain contributions to antibody retention in chromatography systems

-Julie Robinson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/Merck & Co.

 

Overcoming limitations of high throughput scale chromatography columns to facilitate the evaluation of extended resin lifetime

-Chloe Andersen, Amgen

 

Upstream Process Development
October 4, 2017 from 12-1pm EST

 

Development of a CHO-based cell-free platform for the synthesis of active monoclonal antibodies as a potential high-throughput screening tool”

-Rey Martin, Northwestern University/MedImmune

 

Identification of genes that rescue deficient DNA double-strand break repair in Chinese hamster ovary cells

-Xiaolin Zhang, University of Delaware

 

Biosimilars & Drug Products
October 11, 2017 from 12-1pm EST 

 

Addressing the challenge of higher-order structure assessment of biologics with 2D NMR

-John Marino, National Institute of Standards and Technology 

 

Learning from small data in the era of big data for real-time biopharmaceutical process monitoring

-Aditya Tulsyan, Amgen

 

Emerging Technologies & Bio-Based Products
October 18, 2017 from 12-1pm EST 

 

Rewiring genome structure with programmable CRISPR-Cas tools to physically reposition genes

-Jesse Zalatan, University of Washington 

 

Multilevel engineering of the upstream aromatic module in Saccharomyces cerevisiae for high production of polymer and drug precursors

-Miguel Suastegui, Iowa State University

 

Biomolecular & Biophysical Processes & Peterson Award
October 25, 2017 from 12-1pm EST 

 

Multidimensional data visualization and data mining for characterization of long term protein phase behavior

-Marieke Klijn, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 

 

Effect of co-solutes on viscosity and structure of highly concentrated monoclonal antibodies

-Jessica Hung, University of Texas

 

Quality By Design
November 01, 2017 from 12-1pm EST  

 

Perspectives on the impact of quality by design (after a decade in the making!)” 

-Brian D. Kelley, Genentech