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Regine Eibl's Biography

Regine Eibl, Professor, University of Applied Sciences

Regine Eibl was born on May 9th, 1964 in Meiningen (Germany). She earned an engineering degree in biotechnology from the Technical University in Köthen (Germany) in 1987. In 1990 she received a Ph.D. in biotechnology from the Technical University in Köthen. In 1991 Regine Eibl moved to Switzerland.
Since 1993 she has been working at the University of Applied Sciences in Wädenswil (Switzerland) as a lecturer (bachelor and master level), as well as being part of a working group (“cell cultivation techniques”) and a project leader. Regine Eibl has an extensive background in both plant and animal cell cultivation techniques and is a well-known expert in bioreactor and process development, particularly in conjunction with single-use technologies. She has a specialist interest in the following product areas: biomass, secondary metabolites, and proteins for pharmacy and cosmetics. She was guest scientist at the pharmacy departments of the University of Helsinki (Finland) and the University of Barcelona (Spain) and can draw on a strong professional network. In 2002, Regine Eibl successfully finished her postgraduate studies in scientific communication at the former University of Winterthur (Switzerland). For 5 years she has been very active in giving further training courses in cell cultivation techniques for industrial clients in Switzerland and abroad.
Prof. Eibl is the platform leader for “Single-use technology” of the Swiss Biotechnet and a member of the DECHEMA (Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology), the ISPE (International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology) and the ESACT (European Society for Animal Cell Technology). She is the editor of three books, and author of numerous research papers and book chapters. Prof. Regine Eibl’s most recent publications include the following:

Eibl R., Eibl D., Pörtner R., Catapano G., Czermak P. (2009). Cell culture and tissue reaction engineering. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer.
Eibl R., Eibl D. (2009). Application of disposable bag-bioreactors in tissue engineering and for production of therapeutic agents, Advances in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology 112, 183-207.
Eibl R., Werner, S., Eibl D. (2009). Bag bioreactor based on WIM: Characteristics and applications, Advances in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology, 115, 55-87.
Eibl R., Eibl D. (2011). Single-use technology in biopharmaceutical manufacture.

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Development of a Fast Influenza Virus-Like-Particle Vaccine Production Process Based on Single-Use Technology

Thursday, 28 June 2012 at 11:15

Add to Calendar ▼2012-06-28 11:15:002012-06-28 12:15:00Europe/LondonDevelopment of a Fast Influenza Virus-Like-Particle Vaccine Production Process Based on Single-Use Technology

The successful process development for a multiprotein-influenza VLP-candidate using a Spodoptera frugiperda (Sf-9) cell line will be presented. The focus is on the fully disposable upstream processing (establishment of large-scale working cell bank in cryobags, one-step cell expansion, generation of baculovirus production stock, and preclinical VLP sample productions in up to 20L wave-mixed bags). The complete single-use production process delivered active VLPs reaching concentrations of up to 3 mg L-1.

Add to Calendar ▼2012-06-27 00:00:002012-06-28 00:00:00Europe/LondonSingle Use