Bottles are widely used in biopharmaceutical processes, especially freeze and thaw applications. However, single-use technologies have many advantages and offer a robust, flexible, and safe option.
This webinar will detail the benefits of single-use systems for freeze and thaw applications compared to conventional bottles, highlighting the important parameters to consider when validating such systems in real-life processes.
Learn how single-use containers compare to bottles in terms of quality, ergonomics/ease of use, footprint, and molecule protection.
Understand that SU bags are flexible and can adapt to existing infrastructures with minimal investment.
Review how single-use suppliers can support the evaluation of their containers for freeze and thaw applications, as well as the important parameters to consider.
Global Product Manager, Freeze and Thaw Technologies
Marion earned her master’s degree at the Biotechnology Engineering Institute of Bordeaux in France. She joined Sartorius in 2016 as a field application specialist before moving to product management. She first focused on fill and finish technologies, and now focuses on freeze and thaw. She has worked on many industrial projects for the design, implementation, and validation of single-use systems.
Global Product Manager, Freeze & Thaw Technologies
Sébastien Chaussin works in product management in freeze and thaw technologies at Sartorius. He started his career as R&D project leader in the automotive industry before joining Sartorius in 2007. After 9 years as project and program leader for single-use bioreactors in product development, Sébastien transitioned to product management for cell culture in 2016 before moving to freeze and thaw technologies. He earned a master's degree in mechanical engineering from The University of Technology of Belfort Montbeliard in France.