GE Capabilities Day

Feb 7 2017https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ge-capabilities-day-tickets-31138199192

Expert InsightJoin us at JLABS @ TMC on February 7th to uncover the mysteries of gene and cell therapy. Presented by GE Healthcare, Director of BridGE@CCRM – Canadian Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine, Aaron Dulgar-Tulloch will host an in depth discussion on "Cell & Gene Therapy - Manufacturing Considerations.” BridGE@CCRM offers technology development for GE Healthcare and external partners and process development services for cell and gene therapy. In addition to the presentation, GE will provide several product demonstrations by GE specialists.  Several new products have been added to the GE Life Sciences portfolio including HyClone; WAVE bioreactors; Filtration; ÄKTA chromatography; Imaging equipment; Biacore; RTP Columns; Fast Track; Dharmacon and Cell Therapy. Stop by for this seminar and to discuss your research, process development, and production needs. 

Speaker:
Aaron Dulgar-Tulloch | Director, BridGE@CCRM, GE Healthcare read bio»

Agenda:
1:15 PM | Registration Opens
1:30 PM | Presentation
2:30 PM | Product Showcase
3:30 PM | Program Close

Who should attend:
This workshop is ideal for inventors in academic centers and hospitals, and early stage healthcare start-ups in the pharma, medical device, consumer health and digital innovation areas.

Fees:
FREE.  There is no cost to attend this workshop, but pre-registration is required.

Location:
JLABS @ TMC
John P. McGovern Campus
2450 Holcombe Blvd., Ste. J
Houston, TX 77021

Parking Information:
Please park in the self parking areas of the McGovern Campus. Grab a Token at the gate and bring it to the event space. We encourage carpooling and using the TMC shuttles.
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Speaker's Biography:
Aaron Dulgar-Tulloch, Ph.D. | Director, BridGE@CCRM, GE Healthcare
Aaron Dulgar-Tulloch is Director of BridGE@CCRM for GE Healthcare’s Cell Therapy Technologies. BridGE@CCRM is a GE collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine (CCRM) that offers technology development for GE Healthcare and external partners and process development services for cell and gene therapy manufacturers. Prior to this, Aaron has served in a variety of management and scientific positions with GE Healthcare and GE Global Research. Aaron earned his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute focusing on biomaterials and mesenchymal stem cells and his Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Princeton University.
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