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Germany’s Sartorius is bringing its star speaker Stefan Schlack to Argentina. The executive is arriving in the country for Open Talks at Buenos Aires’ MALBA museum.

Germany’s Sartorius is looking to the region inviting experts and anyone interested in the biotechnology business to attend a talk by its star speaker, the vice president of bioprocesses Stefan Schlack.

Schlack, who has been at the corporation for more than a decade is visiting Argentina to appear as the main speaker at Open Talks, a novel initiative taking place next Tuesday, June 19 at the MALBA – the Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires. See video

The event will centre around topics such as the optimisation of processestechnological transference, the route from development to production, the approval of an mAb and the latest trends in the biosimilars industry.

At an event that will begin at 8.30am, Schlack will focus on the main challenges for biopharmaceutical companies, such as  the optimisation of processestechnological transference, the route from development to production, the approval of an mAb and the latest trends in the industry..

The event is being run by Juan Delorenzi – Sartorius’s head of South America – and will also feature talks from Graciela Ciccia, director of the Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology; Mauricio Seigelchifer, director of R&D at Mabxience; and Guillermina Forno, R&D manager at Amega Biotech, among others.

Attendance at the event requires pre-inscription and will include a guided tour of the museum. See link

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