Reading Roundup: Top Blog Posts from September 2016
It’s time for another edition of the Reading Roundup featuring the top blog posts from September 2016. Grab your favorite cup of coffee, kick back and catch-up on what the pharmaceutical industry was reading in September.
There have been situations where people struggled to separate integrity and quality. A search of the internet only reinforced the confusion; so let’s compare and contrast the terms.
Two powerful keynote presentations kicked off the 2016 ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo in Atlanta, Georgia. Learn about the key highlights from Flemming Dahl, Head of Quality, Senior Vice President at Novo Nordisk, who spoke about “Developing the Workforce of the Future, Today” and Nicole Pierson, Mother of Gavin Pierson, Teacher and Author, who spoke about her patient experience in gaining answers and treatment for her 10-year-old son who is a brain tumor survivor.
Somehow, “why did I get here” doesn’t get as much space as “how did I get here” when professionals talk about their careers. You hit a milestone and answer the “how” question. The answer to the “why” is the one you keep to yourself. Or is it the one women keep to themselves? Learn about the challenges and opportunities Women in Pharma experience from three women at various stages in their careers.
iBio CMO is a multi-use facility where scientists are capable of making multiple products simultaneously or sequentially to respond to changing demand. Learn how this “hardened facility” is embracing “Everything is Bigger in Texas” and how the bioreactors technology will impact the pharmaceutical industry for years to come.
One increasingly utilized trend that can help cut costs – particularly in the biopharmaceutical space – is single-use technology. Single-use systems are made up of pre-sterilized and disposable components, typically polymer-based, that replace reusable stainless steel or glass equipment. Learn about the pros and cons of implementing single-use technology at your facility.