Innovation Day is Ompi’s international customer and partner symposium dedicated to innovative technology for high quality in pharmaceutical primary packaging and drug delivery systems.
Director of Corporate Research Partnerships (University of San Diego)
CEO (Stevanato Group)
VP Strategic Innovation (Stevanato Group)
Co-Director, Center for Wearable Sensors (University of San Diego)
VP, External Supply (Amgen)
VP Sales Ompi of America (Stevanato Group)
Senior VP and Chief Operating Officer (Unilife)
Head of Advanced Device Technologies & Innovation (Amgen)
Director, Device Process Engineering (Genentech)
Senior Director Device Strategy (Pfizer)
Responsible for new business development (Medspray)
VP Plastic Business Unit (Stevanato Group)
Engineering Sales Director (Stevanato Group)
David H. Koch Institute Professor (MIT)
Director of Technical & Business External Relations (Stevanato Group)
COO, VP Operations (Cook Pharmica)
Director of Global Clinical Business Development (Vetter)
Plant Director (Alfa Wassermann)
Scientific Director (Toxikon)
Technical & Quality FrontEnd KAM (Stevanato Group)
Managing Director (Optima)
Becoming a Full System and Full Solution Provider: Consistent with our Vision
Packaging as a Media Channel: Better Than the Internet to Reach Out To Patients
R&D as a Full Service Provider: an Overview through Case Studies from Feasibility to Industrialization
From Patients to Products: Addressing the new Challenges in the Injection Devices Market
Fulfilling the Vision: the medical device opportunity
Pharmaceutical assembly and packaging systems that raise the bar in technological capabilities
Innovating to What's Next in Healthcare: Where to look at?
Attacking Delamination by Addressing Root Cause
Applying The Reliability Method To Understand Flaws And Breakage
Understanding Implications On Developing A New Generation Of Primary Packaging Containers
Strategies To Implement An Innovative Glass Designed For Pharmaceutical Packaging
Challenges And Opportunities In Parenteral Processing
Flexibility In Aseptic Processing Of Nested Components A Solution Answering Today’s Challenges
Value In The Field Of Glass Primary Containers For Biotech Formulation
Insight Into The Changing World Of Auto Injectors: Trends, Partnerships And Key Learnings
The Idea Factory And Bell Labs As A Model For Innovation In The Pharmaceutical World
How To Bring More Breakthrough Innovation To Drug Packaging?
Primary Container Systems For Pharmaceutical Products - Challenges And Opportunities
A New Glass Option For Parenteral Packaging?
Reliability: A Methodology For Understanding Glass Breakage
A New Generation Of Primary Packaging: A Manufacturing Perspective
Implementing A New Glass From A Pharmaceutical Company Perspective
The Product Is The Process: A Cmo Finish Filling Model Based On A Flexible Technology
Changing The Paradigm In Cartridges Manufacturing Process: A Lean Approach Ez-Fill New Developments
Addressing The Challenges Of Subvisible Particles On Ez-Fill Syringes
Trends In Drug Delivery
Primary Container Systems For Biopharmaceutical Products - Challenges And Opportunities
Delamination Issue: Building Innovation Based On A New Detection Process
Case History: Novo Nordisk: Advantages Of Cartridges In Drug Delivery
Making Options Easy: Ez Fill Vials Or Cartridges Or Syringes
The Potential Of Cartridges As A Platform Container In The Drug Development Process
Starting Out Small Batch Production
Achieving Quality And Value: Standardization Or Diversification
Primary Container Crossroads - Is The Glass Syringe The Future Of Self Injection?
Human Factors Engineering Process For Combination Products
Manufacturing flexibility and biotech new challenges in the process
Time to market evolution (Paul Nelles, Vetter). New plant for RTU closures: FM27/ FDA issues (Patrick Grueninger, Helvoet Pharma). Monoblock machine (Klaus Ullherr, Bosch). Autoinjectors for biotech/project management (Orfeo Niedermann, Ypsomed).
What are the current regulatory and technical discussions?
FDA Validation Guidance (mfg & container issue) (Kris Evans, Amgen). Glass breakage (Mads Espersen, Novo Nordisk). Premium products need high quality components (Friedrich Haefele, B-I). Glass/pharmacopeia/delamination (Emanuel Guadagnino, Italian Pharmacopeia). Position on Glass Delamination (Boris Schmid, Ompi).
The goal for glass container manufacturing: zero defects in a flexible packaging
Potential advantages in a set up of a clinical trial area using EZ-fill vials solutions (Julien Tirefort, Sanofi Aventis). Ready to use components & Biocorp-capping (Mike Schaefers, West). Handling, capping of EZ-fill vials (case study) (Thomas Zelmer, Groninger). Dynamic siliconization (Gustav Nesemann, B&S).
Inspection technology evolutions, advanced automatic handling systems and future applications
Technology and Pharma quality: a must to increase the levels? (Lucy Cabral, Genetech)