Interphex: Advancing the processing of life-enhancing drugs

Billed as the single source for biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical manufacturing, Interphex 2014 is set for March 18-20 at New York City’s Javits Center. More than 650 vendors and 12,000 attendees are expected.

Billed as the single source for biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical manufacturing, Interphex 2014 is set for March 18-20 at New York City’s Javits Center. More than 650 vendors and 12,000 attendees are expected.
Billed as the single source for biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical manufacturing, Interphex 2014 is set for March 18-20 at New York City’s Javits Center. More than 650 vendors and 12,000 attendees are expected.

Interphex 2014 exhibition hours will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 18 and 19, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 20.

At least 1,000 product lines will be showcased, including bioprocess equipment, systems and services; cleanroom equipment and supplies; contract research, developing, manufacturing, and packaging; facility design; laboratory and testing services; laboratory instrumentation QA/QC; material handling, logistics, and transportation; packaging equipment and accessories; process automation, controls, and monitoring; processing equipment; and raw materials/ingredients.

The event’s educational program will be produced by the Parenteral Drug Assn. The current three-day session schedule may be downloaded from the show’s website. PDA Education@INTERPHEX will feature the following: Industry Trends and Regulatory Expectations, Biopharmaceutical and Sterile Manufacturing, Pre-filled Syringe and Drug Delivery Technology, Supply Chain for the 21st Century and Parenteral Packaging.

Interphex 2014 will also include the following:

• Innovation stages on the show floor featuring free content.

• Roundtables, panel discussions, and keynote presentations covering Continuous Manufacturing for Solid-Dose Drugs, High-Potency Manufacturing (APIs/finished drugs), Cleaning Validation, and more.

• Walking show-floor tours offering insight into the latest equipment, innovation, and manufacturing technologies. These include Biomanufacturing, Advanced Aseptic, Oral Solid Dosage, Modular Construction, and Inspection & Packaging.

•  A Students and Young Professionals Program, with sessions focusing on the overview of popular dosage forms, Phase IV Clinical Trials, Pharmacovigilance or Post-Marketing, concepts of a Product Life-Cycle approach to manage drug products, interviewing and resume writing and use of social media.

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