The Largest & Longest-Standing Highly Potent API Summit, to Advance your Growing Potent Pipelines from Engineering to EHS

The 10th Annual HPAPI Summit took place in June 2021 and united a global community of experts who are involved in the safe, quality and cost-effective development and commercialization of highly potent compounds.

The event covered the latest in containment, industrial hygiene, EHS and outsourcing, the 2021 HPAPI summit provided a comprehensive guide to ensuring safety and compliance in HPAPI processes.

Across 2 streams and 4 workshops, the 2021 meeting introduced themes such as:

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Safe handling in Research & Development and scale up to clinical with case studies from Novartis, Tarveda Therapeutics and Vertex

Green chemistry & environmental impact, lifecycle management and outsourcing with sessions championed by Ipsen, Takeda and Clovis Oncology 

Uniting innovative containment with first-class facility design shown by Merck's facility of the future case study

Continuous manufacturing, automation and emerging technologies to ensure your HPAPI development and manufacturing is onboard with industry 4.0

View the full event guide for a holistic view of HPAPI development and manufacturing from an industry-leading speaker Faculty                                                 

 

2021 Attendees Included:

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2021 Highlights:

FDA

Navigate the Evolving HPAPI Regulatory Landscape to Ensure your Team Stay Compliant. Join FDA, Ipsen and Takeda in a panel discussion to explore the changing regulations and emerging pipelines in HPAPI and sterile manufacturing 

merck

Discover the Facilities of the Future to Optimize your Spaces. Deep dive into the modular plug and play facility developed as the Merck FLEx Center to inspire your development and manufacturing facilities. 

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Making HPAPIs as Green as we Can Be. As biopharma are driving towards aggressive sustainability goals, learn how greener processes can both promote safer reactions and reduce environmental impact.