HIC/DSP Bioseparation Conference


Committee Chairperson

Alois Jungbauer
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
Vienna, Austria
Professor Alois Jungbauer serves as a professor at the Department of Biotechnology and is currently working in the field of bioengineering of proteins, plasmids and viruses with special focus on expression, downstream processing and characterization of large biomolecules.

Committee Members

Ron Bates
Bristol-Myers Squibb
East Syracuse, New York, USA
Ph.D. Ron Bates is leading the Manufacturing Science and Technology (MST) group at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) in Syracuse, NY and is responsible for monitoring, validating, and improving late-stage and commercial manufacturing processes for biological moieties.

Cristina Dias-Cabral
Beira Interior University
Covilhã, Portugal
Prof. Cristina Dias-Cabral is currently working in the field of downstream processing and characterization of large biomolecules and biomolecular assemblies. She coordinates the Bachelor study program at the Department of Chemistry.

Alexander Faude
Rentschler Biopharma
Laupheim, Germany
Dr. Alexander Faude, the director of DSP Development at Rentschler Biopharma, Laupheim, Germany is working in the field of downstream process development and formulation of therapeutic proteins.

Shekar Garde
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware, USA
Prof. Dr. Shekhar Garde is the dean of Engineering and Professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is currently researching employs statistical mechanical theory and molecular modeling and simulation tools to understand the role of water in biological interactions.

Jürgen Hubbuch
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Karlsruhe, Germany
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hubbuch, the head of the institute of bio and food technology has his focus on all aspects of modern downstream processing: protein purification, formulation as well as analytics in the biopharmaceutical industry.

Egbert Müller
Tosoh Bioscience
Griesheim, Germany
Dr. Egbert Müller, a renowned expert in the field of biochromatography, is the technical director at Tosoh Bioscience. He is the link between the research center in Japan and the application laboratory in Germany.

Todd Przybycien
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Todd Przybycien is a professor of Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University has his primary research interests in the area of biopharmaceutical downstream processing - establishing structure-function-processing relationships for biologics and developing new separations technologies - and in the area of drug delivery.

Arne Staby
Novo Nordisk A/S
Gentofte, Denmark
Ph.D. Arne Staby is the Scientist director of CMC Project Planning & Management at Novo Nordisk A/S. He is working since 1994 in the development of purification processes for recombinant proteins and peptides.


HIC/DSP Bioseparation Conference