Best of BIOT
Webinar Series

The American Chemical Society Biochemical Technology (BIOT) Division invites you to participate in the upcoming series of upcoming 60-minute web symposiums.

The Best of BIOT awards excellence in the annual meeting through the selection of ten presentations to be broadcast live in a series of webinars.

2015 Schedule

September 9th
Downstream Process Development

September 16th
Upstream Process Development

September 23rd
Biomolecular and Biophysical Processes and Peterson Awardee

September 30th
Emerging Technologies, and QbD

October 7th
Biosimilars and Follow on Biologics, Biofuels and Sustainable Energy

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Key Information

  • All webinars are at 12 noon EST on Wednesdays
  • Cost is $190 per industrial registration, Academic coupon codes to waive the fee are available upon request (email
  • Webinars are provided on the WebEx Training Center Platform, be sure to clear access with your IT personnel before the date of the webinar

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Contact Info:

Webinar Coordinator: Kyle Sawyer

Phone: (866) 601-3807


Downstream Process Development

Exploring options for continuous diafiltration
Matthew Westoby, Biogen

Capacity assessment: DBC is not the whole story – implications for resin lifetime and sequential multicolumn chromatography
Justin Ladwig, Amgen

Upstream Process Development

Shear contributions to cell culture performance and product recovery in ATF and TFF perfusion systems
Samantha Wang, Boehringer Ingelheim

Production of bispecific antibodies in “Knobs-into-Holes” using a cell-free expression system
Yiren (Joy) Xu, Sutro Biopharma

Biomolecular and Biophysical Processes and Peterson Awardee

High-throughput passive microrheology of therapeutic protein solutions
Lilian Lam Josephson, University of Delaware

"Synthetic biochemical production of medicinal protoberberine alkaloids in yeast"
Stephanie Galanie, Stanford University (recipient of 2015 Peterson Award for oral presentation)

Emerging Technologies, and QbD

"Cell penetrating peptides for stem cell applications
Won H. Suh, Temple University

"Effective strategy for a comprehensive QbD characterization of Viresolve® filter: A collaboration between MedImmune and EMD millipore"
Gisela Ferreira, MedImmune

Biosimilars and Follow on Biologics, Biofuels and Sustainable Energy

Challenges and approaches in demonstrating biosimilarity at the physicochemical and biological level
Joseph L. Glajch, Momenta Pharmaceuticals

Building important molecules from methanol
Igor Bogorad, UCLA

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