High-Throughput Process Development 2014
High-Throughput Process Development 2014 Programme is now available!Register before September 6 to save money and attend!
Submit your abstract for a poster presentation and for inclusion in the programme book bofore September 13!
Third International MeetingThe Third International Conference devoted to high-throughput process development (HTPD) will be held Oct 6 - 9, 2014 in Siena in beautiful Tuscany of Italy. HTPD 2014 is sponsored by GE Healthcare Life Sciences, with the active involvement of industry experts. The meeting provides a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas surrounding the challenges and benefits of employing high-throughput techniques in the development of processes and stable formulations for the manufacture of biological products. HTPD meetings offer an excellent opportunity to influence the future of high-throughput process development methods in our industry. Continue ->
Submit your abstract for a posterSubmit your abstract for a poster presentation now. Your abstract will be reviewed for placement in the program. Go to the abstract form to submit. In order to be included in the programme book, we need it before September 13.
Register for the ConferenceNow it is high time to register for the conference and plan for your participation. Register before September 6 and avoid the late registration fee. View the registration details and continue and complete the registration.
HTPD OlympiadResults and winners of the HPTD Olympiad will be presented in Session 5.
Siena, ItalySiena is located in beautiful Tuscany. The historic centre of Siena is delimited by a 7km rampart (14th-16th centuries), the route of which follows the contours of the three hills on which the city is built. The Piazza del Campo, situated at the junction of three hills, is one of the most remarkable urban open spaces in all Italy. The city centre of Siena is listed in the UNESCOs World Heritage site.
The conference will be held in Rettorato Building of the University of Siena, just a few meters from Piazza del Campo.