Intravacc is a renowned, not-for-profit R&D organization for translational vaccinology. The company focuses on the development, innovation and optimization of vaccines, vaccine processes and vaccine technologies. The company's track record includes vaccines for polio, measles, DPT, Hib and Influenza.
Recently, as part of process development and improvement, TFF technologies have been given additional attention for purification, concentration, and formulation of enteroviruses vaccine candidates. This presentation will explain how Repligen systems have contributed for improved process integration, flexibility, and scale-up.
Leila Dias holds a Master's degree in Biological Engineering from Lisbon Technical University and a Professional Doctoral Engineering (PDEng) in Bioprocess Design from Delft University. She joined Intravacc in 2018 as the Senior DSP scientist in Process Development of Viral Vaccines. In this role, her focus has been on the development and production of innovative vaccines, including virus inactivation and process optimization for Phase I and II. Her work is strongly driven by quality by design. She focuses on process characterization supported by high-throughput process development tools for the fast development of safe, robust and cost effective processes. Prior to her current role, Leila collaborated with several companies and research institutes, including Novartis, Solvay, TNO, DSM, Fujifilm, Synco Biopartners, UniQure and Sanquin on a wide range of biotech projects.