IFPAC® - Europa
Cortona Conference - 2018
Manufacturing Innovation and the Global Regulatory Harmonization
October 7 - 11, 2018
Centro Convegni Sant’Agostino, Cortona, Italy
...an International meeting on Continuous Manufacturing, Life Cycle Management, Manufacturing Innovation, Data/Knowledge Management, Risk Assessment, and Process Control, Modeling & Chemometrics
For the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and related Manufacturing Industries
Advanced Registration Discounts Available through 30 September, 2018....Register Today!
Interact with our Key Speakers from FDA, EMA, Academia and Leading Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Corporations
An encounter with Cortona is an encounter with art, history and spirituality. This location was chosen for its retreat style setting to encourage more in depth discussions between managers, executives and leaders in the industry as well as internationally recognized research institutions.
Involvement by government regulatory agencies provides opportunities for interaction regarding advances in technology and improved Regulatory Harmonization between the U.S. and Europe. The conference was designed for management teams within the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and related industries. Numerous opportunities are provided during the conference for pharmaceutical management to successfully review progress in the field, hear case studies & share resources on improving manufacturing control and process optimization.
Cortona is very accessible by train from Rome, Florence, Milan, and other major cities with international airports.
Previously, the Cortona Conference took place at the same location in Cortona, Italy in September 2010, October 2012, October 2014, and October 2016. A meeting was also held in 2008 in Siena, Italy.
Cortona 2018 – An International meeting on Advances in Pharmaceutical Innovation and Manufacturing Control
This conference provides key industry, regulatory and academic thought leaders the opportunity to share experiences and relevant examples, discuss important scientific and regulatory challenges, and propose meaningful strategies to progress innovative manufacturing.
The technical topics at the conference will include Quality by Design, Continuous Manufacturing, Life Cycle Management, Manufacturing Innovation, Data/Knowledge Management, Risk Assessment, and Process Control, Modeling & Chemometrics within the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, and related Manufacturing Industries.
Ferdinando Aspesi, Ph.D., Bridge Associates International
Dolores Hernan, EMA
Melvin V. Koch, Ph.D., APL, University of Washington
Sarah Pope Miksinski, Ph.D. FDA/CDER/OPQ
Moheb M. Nasr, Ph.D.
Roger Nosal, Ph.D., Pfizer
Pierre-Alain Ruffieux, Ph.D., Roche
Robert S. Zutkis, IFPAC