Containment Solutions for Emerging Biologic Companies to Get to Market Faster
An enormous growth trend is being observed in the market for biologic drugs. This growth is reflected by the number of companies involved (established and emerging), and in the capital investment for manufacturing facilities for both biologics and biosimilars. Companies must apply a holistic approach to bringing a biologic drug to market.
Available funding and investor support, FDA's acceleration of drug review & approvals, and a favorable regulatory landscape for orphan drug are all factors that are leading to favorable market conditions, making the biologics market an attractive for new players.
Several questions arise frequently regarding selection of the proper primary package system for a biologic/biosimilar, including:
If the biologic is very sensitive - can the system provide enough protection?
If the molecules are very complex - can the system maintain stability?
If the timeline for approval is very tight - will the system be approved?
If you have the above questions, then this webinar will provide you answers for it.
Key market trends in the biologic market
Challenges in drug development
Containment solutions to facilitate the biologic/ biosimilar drug development
Services to simplify your journey to market
Kwang Kok Li
Manager TCS, Generics Market & Asia Pacific,
Kwang Kok Li is currently the Manager for TCS, Generics Mkt & AP. She holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the National University of Singapore. She has been with West Pharmaceutical Services Singapore for the past 13 years and is involved in the technical support of drug manufacturers in the Asia Pacific region. She works closely with customers to support their packaging requirements for new drug development and addresses any technical challenges faced by the customers. Kok Li leads a team of 5 members in the AP region to establish a good scientific understanding of the packaging systems, so as to deliver insights and value-added learnings to the customers
Education: She holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the National University of Singapore