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Evolution of culture systems for viral vector production: advantages, challenges and cost considerations – Podcast

Published: 10 March 2020
Podcast
Emmanuelle Cameau, Joseph Capone

Emmanuelle Cameau is a Senior Bioreactor Applications Scientist within the Scientific Laboratory Services (SLS) at Pall Biotech. Highly skilled in the field of cell culture applications and with 10+ years of experience, Emmanuelle previously held positions as a Bioprocess Specialist at Pall, and a Biotech Process Sciences Upstream Process Development Engineer at Merck Serono. She received her Biotechnology Engineer diploma from the former Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Luminy (now Polytech Marseille).

Joseph Capone has been a Senior Global Product Manager at Pall Biotech since 2014, with over 15 years industry experience in the upstream space. He has held various cross functional roles in marketing, sales and technical application, as well as a cell culture associate in a commercial manufacturing in a cGMP environment.

 

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Authorship & Conflict of Interest

Contributions: All named authors take responsibility for the integrity of the work as a whole, and have given their approval for this version to be published.
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Disclosure and potential conflicts of interest:The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest. The authors are employees of Pall Biotech.
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Revised manuscript received: : Feb 26 2020; Publication date: Mar 6 2020.