Tag Archives: 2017 Conference

  ~~ Getting Patients a Drug That Works October 25, 2017 David Marash MENG, Keck Graduate Institute Supply chain integrity is a fundamental component of effective patient treatment. The 10th annual Biosupply Management Alliance Conference highlighted many challenges and solutions in this space. Thermal and vibrational shocks were singled out as major sources of deviation […]

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BSMA!

Oct 18, 2017 Devendra Mishra Co-Founder and Executive Director, Bio Supply Management Alliance   When the Bio Supply Management Alliance (BSMA) was born a decade ago right here in the Bay Area, the goals were lofty: create a worldwide community of operations and supply chain management leaders and professionals in the biotech, biopharma, and biomedical […]

BSMA Conference Report October 17, 2017 Nancy Matti Master of Engineering, Biopharmaceutical Processing 2018 Keck Graduate Institute Claremont, CA As a graduate student studying various process developments and manufacturing platforms, I never looked into what happens to my drug product afterwards. I naively assumed shipping the product to the pharmacies and hospitals around the world […]

  Swetha Prabhakaran 10/17/2017 As biopharmaceutical process engineers-in-training at KGI, most of us are only exposed to the R&D, process development, quality and regulatory features of the industry. I’m sure that the other BSMA conference attendees in my cohort would agree that the experience has really opened our eyes to the supply chain aspect of […]