The demand for high-quality recombinant proteins for basic research, diagnostics, targets, and therapy continues to expand exponentially. Thus, higher-throughput techniques (HTP) in engineering hosts (CLE), developing cell lines (CLD) and optimizing cell culture for protein expression, purification and quantification expedites flexible bioproduction platforms necessary to meet these demands for both research and manufacturing pipelines. Throughout the week, the Higher-Throughput Bioproduction pipeline explores the newest data, innovations, and strategies to make the expression and production of these valuable proteins more efficient, effective, and trouble-free.

January 16-17

Cell Line Optimization

January 18-19

Recombinant Protein Expression & Production


Nathan Lewis, PhD

Engineering Out Metabolic Barriers in CHO Cells
Nathan Lewis, PhD, Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Bioengineering, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

Frances Maureen Rocamora, PhD

Identifying Drivers of Cellular Productivity Using HRP-Based Proximity Labeling
Frances Maureen Rocamora, PhD, Project Scientist, Pediatrics, University of California, San Diego

Peter Herr Neubauer, PhD

Automated Model-Based Optimization of Difficult-to-Express Protein Expression in a Robotic Facility
Peter Herr Neubauer, PhD, Lab Head, Bioprocess Engineering, TU Berlin

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Cell Line Development
Codon Optimization
Data Management and Analytics
Genome Editing
Immunotherapy Development
Innovation and Instrumentation
Molecular Biosciences
Protein Expression
Protein Production
Protein Purification
Protein Sciences
Systems Engineering
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