Anurag Rathore, PhD, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
ANURAG S. RATHORE is an Institute Chair Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India. He is also the Coordinator for the DBT COE for Biopharmaceutical Technology. His previous roles included management positions at Amgen Inc., Thousand Oaks, California and Pharmacia Corp., St. Louis, Missouri. His areas of interest include process development, scale-up, technology transfer, process validation, biosimilars, continuous processing, medical image analysis, process analytical technology and quality by design. He has authored more than 600 publications and presentations in these areas. He is presently serving as the Editor-in-Chief of Preparative Biochemistry and Biotechnology and Associate Editor for Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology. He also serves on the Editorial Advisory Boards for Biotechnology Progress, Electrophoresis, BioPharm International, Journal of Chromatography B, Journal of Chromatography Open, Pharmaceutical Technology Europe, and Separation and Purification Reviews. Dr. Rathore has edited books titled Preparative Chromatography for Separation of Proteins and Peptides (2017), Quality by Design for Biopharmaceuticals: Perspectives and Case Studies (2009), Elements of Biopharmaceutical Production (2007), Process Validation (2005), Electrokinetic Phenomena (2004), and Scale-up and Optimization in Preparative Chromatography (2003). He has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Yale University. Prof. Rathore is presently serving as Dean, Corporate Relations, at IIT Delhi.
Advanced Manufacturing of Biologics
The biopharma industry is going through a transition. Continuous processing has been garnering much interest lately for production of biopharmaceutical products. Purported benefits include higher productivity (10-15X), significant shrinkage in facility footprint as well as equipment cost, and improved process control and consistency in product quality. This talk will address some of the major advancements that are taking place in manufacturing of biologics. Subtopics include continuous processing, real time monitoring of critical quality attributes, real time process control, process modeling, and big data analytics.