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How PD2M benefits ChEs & Serves Patients​

Originally delivered Aug 31, 2020
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Intermediate
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    0.00

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This webinar introduces the AIChE's Pharmaceutical Discovery, Development, and Manufacturing Forum. PD2M works to promote the interchange of ideas, concepts, know-how, and experiences across academia, industry, and government agencies. Since 2012, PD2M has steadily grown, adding technical programming to AIChE and organizing events to promote the exchange of ideas. Background on PD2M's mission, events, and membership will be presented along with some examples of the emerging challenges and enabling technologies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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Jacob Albrecht

Jacob Albrecht is a Principal Scientist in Product Development at Bristol-Myers Squibb.  With over a decade of pharmaceutical development experience, he serves on the AIChE Pharmaceutical Discovery, Development and Manufacturing Forum (PD2M) executive committee.

He holds a Ph.D. in chemical engineering and M.S.CEP from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln....Read more

Moiz Diwan

Moiz Diwan is a director within the Process Research and Development organization at AbbVie. Moiz completed his M.S. and PhD degree from Purdue University in Chemical engineering and bachelor’s degree from Indian Institute of Technology in Chemical Engineering. Moiz Joined Abbott/AbbVie in 2009 and was soon after assigned as a lead engineer on HCV 1st Gen Viekira API process development and led manufacturing process transfer to commercial facilities and supported regulatory submissions. After successful launch of Viekira, Moiz led cross functional API development team for HCV Next Gen....Read more

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