22nd International Symposium, Exhibit & Workshops on
Preparative and Process Chromatography
Ion Exchange, Adsorption Processes & Related Separation Techniques

Loews Hotel, Philadelphia, PA, USA - July 19-22, 2009


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PREP 2009 - Workshop Program

Sunday Training Workshops - Two daylong courses will be held. Each course will address small-scale prep and manufacturing scale processing providing a better understanding of the fundamental and practical issues involved in the design of preparative chromatography units and training in the tools needed to apply chromatographic technologies to industrial manufacturing. The two courses will combine in a joint session addressing regulatory and product quality aspects. Certificates of completion recognizing attendance will be awarded. To register for either course, fill out the Meeting Registration form.

Workshop 1: Preparative Chromatography for Small Molecules

Lecturers Olivier Dapremont, Ampac Fine Chemicals
Attila Felinger, University of Pecs, Hungary
Kathleen Mihlbachler, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Joan Newburger, Johnson & Johnson
9:00-10:30 Lecture 1: Basic principles of HPLC for small molecules
11:00-12:30 Lecture 2: Optimization and scale-up of preparative chromatography
1:30-3:00 Lecture 3: Simulated Moving Bed, principles and applications
3:30-5:00 Lecture 4. Regulatory aspects
Workshop 2: Preparative Chromatography for Biomolecules

Lecturers Giorgio Carta, University of Virginia
Alan K. Hunter, Pfizer, Inc.
Alois Jungbauer, BOKU, Vienna
Joan Newburger, Johnson & Johnson
9:00-10:30 Lecture 1: Fundamentals of protein chromatography
11:00-12:30 Lecture 2: Stationary phases for biomolecules
1:30-3:00 Lecture 3: Bioprocess chromatography scale-up and design
3:30-5:00 Lecture 4: Regulatory aspects

Vendor Workshops - Free vendor workshops will be held each day during breakfast and lunch. These workshops provide opportunities to get acquainted with the latest developments in equipment, media, and services avilable on the market. The schedule will be posted as it becomes available. To sign up to present a vendor workshop, please go to the link Exhibit Program.

Monday Free Vendor Workshops

12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by Pall Life Sciences
Opportunities for Enhanced Process Economics & Improved Product Purity: High-Productivity Ion Exchange Sorbents with Distinctive Selectivity Characteristics
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by Bio-Rad Laboratories
Two- or Three- Column Platforms for the Purification of Monoclonal Antibodies at Process-Scale
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by Novasep
Improving mAb Capture Productivity and Enabling Continuous Processing with BioSC Sequential Multi-column Chromatography and Silica Based Protein A Media
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by PIC Solution
Title to be announced
Tuesday Free Vendor Workshops
7:30-8:45 Workshop Sponsored by MIP Technologies
Selective Separation Phases Using Novel Polymer Design
7:30-8:45 Workshop Sponsored by Semba Biosciences
SMB Chromatography is Easy with the Bench-scale Semba OctaveTM System
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by Chiral Technologies
Title to be announced
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by LEWA Pumps and Systems
The Newly Developed Concept for the Transport of Fluids in Chromatographic Separation Processes
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by Asahi Kasei TechniKrom
Gaining Flexibility in the Lab with Modular Preparative HPLC and SMB Systems
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by Tarpon Biosystems
BioSMB: Scaled Down MAb Capture in a Disposable-Format Continuous, MultiColumn Chromatography Process
Wednesday Free Vendor Workshops
7:30-8:45 Timeslots available
12:45-2:00 Workshop Sponsored by BIA Separations - Developing Low Cost Industrial pDNA Purification Process Using CIM HiP2 Plasmid Process PackTM
12:45-2:00 Timeslot available