Watch this webinar titled, Streamlining Process Monitoring in Cell Culture Analysis & Spectrometry on-demand now.
About this webinar
Take discovery and simple analysis to new heights. Learn about Thermo Fisher Scientific’s products’ BEA process monitoring capabilities – from simplifying tech transfer from research and process development into clinical trials and commercialization.
This webinar aims to explain the benefits of working with the TruBio Discovery Automation System, as well as the Thermo ScientificTM Prima PRO Process Mass Spectrometer. The newest model of the Prima PRO Process Mass Spectrometer enhances results using a variable magnetic field to maximize ion separation within the scanning magnetic sector. Gain insights on how to maximize result accuracy alongside other systemic best practices.
- BEA process monitoring capabilities
- Prima PRO
About the event speakers
Daniel Merriman joined VG Instruments, now Thermo Fisher Scientific in 1988. He has held many roles associated with online process analytics, particularly mass spectrometry, and is currently a strategic marketing manager at Thermo Fisher.
During his career he has worked extensively to advance the use of online mass spectrometry as a Process Analytical Technology (PAT) in the biotechnology sector, working with industry and academia to develop applications for monitoring fermentation and cell culture processes. Daniel has recently co-authored papers with University College London and the National Institute for Bioprocess Research & Training (NIBRT) on the subject of mammalian cell culture monitoring by online mass spectrometry.
Femi Egbebi is the Senior Global Product Manager for Media Development Services / Omics capabilities at Bioproduction Group of Thermo Fisher Scientific.
He has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the Louisiana State University. Prior to joining Thermo Fisher in 2018, he held various technical research roles at major engineering firms.
Krzysztof Inglot joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in 2017, with more than fifteen years’ experience working in the bioprocess sphere. In his current role as Technical Sales Specialist, he primarily supports single-use technologies, specializing in hardware configuration and our TruBio software.
Along with his team, his experience allows Thermo Fisher to integrate different equipment and sensors from upstream and downstream areas. He has a PhD in Engineering from the Poznan University of Technology.
Who should attend
Scientists interested in cell culture analysis, spectrometry, and molecule analysis.