Manufacturing Challenges & Solutions for Cell Therapy – Managing Complexity Across the Ecosystem

Greg Crescenzi presentation at Supply Chain & Logistics Seminar

The Supply Chain & Logistics for Cell & Gene Therapies (CGT) Seminar took place on January 20, 2020, in Toronto, Canada. International experts and health care leaders discussed their experiences and solutions to supply chain and logistics challenges for the CGT industry, and shared key considerations for the first and last 100 metres to get a treatment to the clinic. Presenters touched upon global issues, the regulatory environment, how product is received on the clinic floor, and the physician’s experience. The seminar was hosted by CCRM and CellCAN. A live webcast of the presenters and their slides was also offered.

In this video taken from the live webcast, Greg Crescenzi, Enterprise Solutions Leader for Cell & Gene Therapy, GE Healthcare, shares a presentation entitled Overview of Manufacturing Challenges and Solutions for Cell Therapy – Managing Complexity Across the Ecosystem.

For more information about educational events hosted by CCRM, visit the Events page on ccrm.ca.

Considerations for the first 100 m and last 100 m of shipping a cell or gene therapy – the UK solution

Jacqueline Barry presentation at the Supply Chain & Logistics Seminar

The Supply Chain & Logistics for Cell & Gene Therapies (CGT) Seminar took place on January 20, 2020, in Toronto, Canada. International experts and health care leaders discussed their experiences and solutions to supply chain and logistics challenges for the CGT industry, and shared key considerations for the first and last 100 metres to get a treatment to the clinic. Presenters touched upon global issues, the regulatory environment, how product is received on the clinic floor, and the physician’s experience. The seminar was hosted by CCRM and CellCAN. A live webcast of the presenters and their slides was also offered.

In this video taken from the live webcast, Jacqueline Barry, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer, Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult, shares a presentation entitled Considerations for the first 100 m and last 100 m of shipping a cell or gene therapy – the UK solution.

For more information about educational events hosted by CCRM, visit the Events page on ccrm.ca.

Connecting Advanced Therapies to Patients Across Canada

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The Supply Chain & Logistics for Cell & Gene Therapies (CGT) Seminar took place on January 20, 2020, in Toronto, Canada. International experts and health care leaders discussed their experiences and solutions to supply chain and logistics challenges for the CGT industry, and shared key considerations for the first and last 100 metres to get a treatment to the clinic. Presenters touched upon global issues, the regulatory environment, how product is received on the clinic floor, and the physician’s experience. The seminar was hosted by CCRM and CellCAN. A live webcast of the presenters and their slides was also offered.

In this video taken from the live webcast, Simon Ellison, Cell and Gene Therapy Service Director, World Courier, shares a presentation entitled Connecting Advanced Therapies to Patients Across Canada.

For more information about educational events hosted by CCRM, visit the Events page on ccrm.ca.

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