Aseptic Project Review & Tour of Amgen’s B20 Nested Syringe and Vial Line


Tuesday, March 1, 2016
3:00 – 7:00 pm (Speakers and tours begin at 4:00 pm)

Program Managers:   

Miguel Cerezo, Director of Engineering, Amgen Inc

Paul Crissman, Biotechnical Solutions



B28 Conference Auditorium – TO Conf B28 28-B-A3
One Amgen Center Dr.

Thousand Oaks, CA 91320 

Speakers and Presentations:

Welcoming Remarks

Steven Ruhl, Executive Director Process Development, Amgen Inc.
Changing the Biologics Drug Product Manufacturing Paradigm with Emerging Technologies
Ranjit Sarpal, Director Process Development, Amgen Inc.
B20 NSVL:  Support Utilities and Facilities Construction
Alicia Loh Ortiz, DPR Construction
3:00 – 4:00 pm             
4:00 – 5:00 pm             
Project Background
5:00 – 7:00 pm                        
Facility Tour, Networking / Refreshments
About the Nested Syringe Vial Line:
  • Design employs adaptive drug product system concepts including single use disposable product pathway and peristaltic pumps, vial, syringe and cartridge filling and closure placement, handling glass and plastic containers
  • Filling operations contained within barrier isolator system with integrated vaporous hydrogen peroxide sterilization technology
  • Supports current clinical and future clinical/commercial manufacturing operations
  • Modifies filling suite with a viewing corridor for external viewing
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