Osmolality Measurement of Lentiviral Vectors for

Cell and Gene Therapy Applications


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Advanced Instruments
June
30
Wednesday
June 30th
9:00 am EDT

Hear from Lucia Marani, Analytical Development Scientist from Oxford BioMedica about applications of the OsmoTECH® Single-Sample Micro-Osmometer osmometer. Kendal Studd, Scientific Application Specialist for Advanced Instruments will round off the session by presenting a summary of published research showing that in vector manufacturing, osmolality is a factor in control of stability and aggregation for lentivirus and other viral vector types.

Lucia Marani, Oxford BioMedica

Lucia Marani is an Analytical Development Scientist in a leading cell and gene therapy company (Oxford Biomedica). Here, she works on assay development and validation, as well as driving efficiencies and sustainability initiatives for continuous improvement. Lucia completed her PhD in Regenerative Medicine at Loughborough University in 2019, gaining expertise in tissue engineering, 3D co-cultures, stem cells and a variety of molecular biology assays.

Kendal Studd, Advanced Instruments

Kendal specializes in advancing novel osmolality applications within the biopharma industry. She is an experienced scientist with a demonstrated history of working in the biotechnology industry alongside sterilising grade filters and pharmaceuticals. She graduated from the University of Portsmouth with Distinction in a research Masters's degree looking at DNA extraction and amplification via PCR.

June
30
Wednesday
June 30th
9:00 am EDT
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