Yaron Silberberg has been working for the past 15 years in both academia and industry, covering biosensors for cell analysis, cell bio-mechanics, and in-vitro diagnostics for cancer and other diseases. He completed his PhD at University College London, followed by research and professorship positions at Kyoto University and Tokyo University in Japan, and at the MIT campus in NUS, Singapore. Five years ago, he joined Ajinomoto CELLiST Korea as chief scientist and head of the customer solution center in South Korea. There, his team focuses on developing and manufacturing cell culture media for CHO and HEK cell lines for biopharma customers across Asia, Europe, and the US. Yaron and his team focus on providing dedicated support to customers, offering cutting-edge media customization and process optimization, which enables our customers to get the most out of their biologics pipelines.
About this event:
Date: November 28, 2023
Time: 11 am EDT | 8 am PDT | 5 pm CET
Duration: 15 minutes
Cell culture media composition and upstream bioprocess conditions are crucial factors affecting protein yield in the production of biologics and biosimilars. Recently, advanced new techniques were developed that use IT approaches, including computer simulation of bioprocesses, AI tools, and ‘multiomics’ methods for analysis of cellular metabolic pathways. These techniques allow optimization of both process and media composition for maximizing culture performance and protein production.
In this webcast, learn about the importance of cell culture media optimization, focusing on feed media, for achieving the most out of the biologics pipeline. Also, discover other supplements that can help achieve faster cell growth and higher productivity, providing cost-effective, simplified process solutions.
Understand multiomics and metabolic flux analysis approach for identification of metabolic bottlenecks and critical media components.
Learn about a case study, development of enhanced feed media using multiomics bio-simulations.
Analyze new feed supplements for productivity enhancement and process simplification.