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We were delighted to have the following young researchers displaying a poster at this years conference. All posters on display are entered into the Poster Prize competition supporterd by Pall Life Sciences


Fahad Al Kalbani, Newcastle University
Inferential active disturbance rejection control on heat integration distillation column


Junaid Ali, Loughborough University
Bacteriophage bioprocessing challenges


Nelson Barrientos Lobos, University College London
Microbioreactor ‘cassette’ systems for synthetic biology applications


Elizabeth Cheeseman, Loughborough University
Enabling human pluripotent stem cell derived megakaryocyte manufacture


Tania Chilima, University College London
Process economics of autologous CAR T-cell products


Chih Yao (Thomas) Chui, University of Oxford
Physical behaviour of alginate microbeads in cell culture reagents  


Adam Churchman, University of Leeds
Forming oil layer inside microbubbles through single step microfluidics, towards hydrophobic drug delivery


Ivano Colao, University College London
Development of downstream processing options for the commercial scale purification of stem cell-derived exosomes


Ruxandra-Maria Comisel, University College London
Manufacturing challenges for commercialisation of autologous ex vivo cell/gene therapies


Greta Csalane Besenyei, University College London
Scale up and downstream processing of Phaeodactylum Tricornutum


Cristiana de Azevedo, Newcastle University
Analysis of the controlled drug release (CDR) from biopolymer nanoparticles during the initial burst using a novel modeling method


Joana dos Reis, University College London
Development of preclinical assays for functional testing of an OEC therapy candidate for Neural Regeneration


Arnold Duralliu, Imperial College London          
Observing visual cake collapse of freeze dried exepients using dynamic vapour sorption (DVS) technique


Stephen Goldrick, University College London
Application of QbD to enhance process performance of an industrial-scale penicillin fermentation simulation


André Guerra, Newcastle University
ABIOPAT: A supervision modelling framework for bioprocesses


Shahin Heshmatifar, University College London
Towards extracellular secretion of recombinant proteins using antisense technology


James Hockaday, University of Newcastle
Carbonemissions and wastewater conversion into biochemicals via microbial electrosynthesis or algal cultivation


Mohd Hussain, University College London
Predicting flux and pressure relationships of large scale filtration with USD model inputs: method and application


Stuart Jamieson, Centre for Process Innovation
Improving downstream operation through formulation innovation


Michael Jenkins, University College London
Economic and operational evaluation of allogeneic car-t cell bioprocesses


Rahul Kapoore, University of Sheffield
Photoautotrophic carbon uptake by microalgae for biotransformations


Micael Karlberg, University of Newcastle
Exploiting mAb structure characteristics for a directed QbD implementation in process development


Arathi Kizhedath, University of Newcastle
Early toxicity prediction using hybrid-based modelling


Viktor Konakovsky, FUJIFILM Diosynth Technologies
Which scale down model heuristics should we use in ambr? 


Jakub Krakowiak, Newcastle University
The use of MALDI-ToF mass spectrometry for analysis and modelling of HEK293T cells for the production of lentiviral vectors


Martina Miotto, Newcastle University 
Smart enzyme-responsive peptide amphiphiles based coatings to tune adhesions and self-release of cells for continuous cell bioprocessing applications


Yash Mishra, Imperial College London
B22 and kD: A SIC and DLS Study to Predict MAb Stability


Anca Mitchell, Newcastle University
The single cell dynamics of engineered microbial populations in large scale production of heterologous proteins


Rebecca Moore, Wolfson School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Loughborough University
Scalable, controlled and cost effective presentation of surface immobilised factors for haematopoietic cell expansion


Wissam Muhsin, University of Newcastle
Modelling and optimisation of a crude oil hydrotreating process using neural networks


Olusegun Folarin, University of Newcastle
A new approach to supercoiled plasmid DNA upstream processing for vaccines and gene therapy applications


Daniel Peters, University of Newcastle
Bioprocessing and engineering of protein polymers from the plague bacterium Yersinia pestis for use in 3D tissue culture and regenerative medicine


Parimala Shivaprasad, University of Bath
Novel metal-enzyme catalyst for one-pot dynamic resolution in spinning cloth disc reactor


Laura Stoffels, University College London
Recombinant protein production in the microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii at pilot scale


Ricardo Suarez Heredia, University College London
Development of mathematical and nutrient supplementation strategies in semi-continuous mammalian cell cultures


Nurashikin Suhaili, University College London
Optimisation and scale up of industrial enzyme production in E. coli fermentations using a 24-well single-use microbioreactor


Stephen Swioklo, Newcastle University
Bioprocessing strategies for the sustained release of therapeutic proteins from alginate-encapsulated mesenchymal stem cells 

Luis Toronjo Urquiza, University of Sheffield     
Smart screening of chemicals for supplementation strategies to improve recombinant protein production in CHO cells


Ana Valinhas, University College London
New microscale tools for next generation cell therapy bioprocess development


Baolong Wang, University College London
Characterization of Pichia pastoris suspensions produced in different fermentation conditions with a view of predicting dewatering process


Leon Willis, University of Leeds
Investigating the effects of flow on therapeutic protein aggregation


Victoria Wood, University College London
Using advanced biophysical techniques to inform formulation and stability engineering of biotherapeutic proteins


Roman Zakrzewski, University College London 
Simulating the effect of large scale bioreactor heterogeneities on cell culture performance: A combined experimental and modelling approach