Steam sterilization processes, including both autoclaves and steam-in-place (SIP) cycles, are critical components in the manufacture of sterile drug products, and in cell culture and fermentation operations. As these processes are used to ensure that products are free of microbial contamination, they play a crucial role in delivering safe and quality medicines for patients.
Let our expert Lori Herz take you through the intricacies of steam sterilization in pharmaceutical and biotechnology processes. This course will focus on both the technical and compliance aspects of steam sterilization operations in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. This session will discuss:
Plus, here are the tools and benefits you’ll walk away with:
Here are few highlights of the session:
Who should attend?
- Casper E. Uldriks
Lori Herz, Ph.D. is currently a Professor of Practice of Chemical Engineering at Lehigh University. She is the Associate Director of the Bioengineering Program at Lehigh, where she teaches the Metabolic Engineering and Biotechnology Laboratory courses. Additionally, she is affiliated with the Integrated Product Development program, for which she advises student teams working on their capstone design projects.
Prior to joining Lehigh, Dr. Herz worked at Bristol-Myers Squibb... More Info
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