Mr. Kamat will talk about how Automation can help in Sterile Processing. He will also share the challenges faced, lessons learned and how automation has helped the company achieve excellence
Ganadish Kamat is currently Global Head of Quality & Executive Vice President at Dr. Reddy's Laboratories and has 30+ years of experience in leadership roles in the pharmaceutical industry in various leading Indian and International companies in India and the US.
Mr. Kamat holds a Master's degree in Pharmacy and a Diploma in Business Management.
He is a member of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE), the expert committee of Indian Pharmacopoeia and the Quality Forum of the Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA).
During this presentation we will discuss:
Attendees will be able to evaluate the existing data processes and systems in their facilities and understand the steps needed to bring the facility up to date, while recognizing that these improvements can provide a tangible benefit, rather than simply a cost.
Ultimately, what is the value of your data?
Rob Lutskus is a subject matter expert on laboratory informatics within quality control for the bio-pharmaceutical industry. Currently, Associate Director, Commercial Operations for Lonza Bioscience Informatics.
Rob has worked in QC laboratories and Laboratory Informatics for almost 20 years, originally a QC microbiologist; Rob has worked for Merck, Hoffman La Roche and Baxter before joining ImClone Systems in Branchburg, NJ. In 2007, Rob led the original implementation of MODA EM™ as a custom solution. The custom solution was upgraded to the first release of the commercial solution, shortly after. He joined Lonza in 2010. Since joining Lonza he has worked with numerous quality organizations to implement best practices while executing their MODA-EM™ projects. Rob is an active member in a variety of industry organizations, including the Parenteral Drug Association and ISPE. He is also a contributing author to Environmental Monitoring: A Comprehensive Handbook, Volume 3.