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The new year has come and with it the time of new activities, projects, adaptations, growth and other inevitable changes. However, only one thing remains the same for us, and that’s the cherished relationship we have established with our customers. We believe that open communication, assistance with products and services as well as our attitude, responsiveness and care, have made us known and respected as an entity that treats its customers’ needs as highest priority. Therefore, to make our collaboration even smoother and more transparent, we have taken 6 new Product Specialists for Monoliths and Monolithic Technology into our ranks. This time we present the first three covering North America.
Meet our new business development team!
(part I)
Abigail Gendreau has joined the Sartorius team as a Product Specialist for BIA Separations supporting the Northeast, US region. In this role, Abigail will work with our tech support team to ensure excellent product and application delivery. She has a wealth of knowledge about our products and services as she has been collaborating with BIA for the past three years. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in biology from Salve Regina University.
Brian Windle has joined Sartorius as a Product Specialist for BIA Separations, representing the Southeastern, US region. Brian has 7-plus years preparative chromatography experience and most recently worked in downstream bioprocess development where he acquired skills in exosome production and purification using monolithic technology. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in cellular biology from the University of Georgia and a Master’s of Public Health in epidemiology from the University of South Florida.
Raymond Feng has joined the Sartorius team as a Product Specialist for BIA Separations supporting the West Coast of the US. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from Polytechnic Institute of NYU and has experience working in pharmaceuticals, specifically downstream purification through all production stages from Process Development, Technology Transfer, Manufacturing, and Process Sciences. He also has experiences in project management and client technical support.
New publication: Chromatography in mRNA Production Workflows
Chromatography has been a workhorse of biomanufacturing for decades, including for monoclonal antibodies, plasmid DNA, viruses, and other modalities — as well as for supporting analytics.
As an emerging therapeutic modality, mRNA production requires the development of new methodologies to suit its peculiar physicochemical profile: large, charged, and relatively unstable. Due to requirements for high purity, these methodologies will be in large part based on chromatography.

This article describes the versatility of chromatography when applied to mRNA production, starting with the purification of the key raw material (plasmid DNA) to final polishing of mRNA drug substance.
 Our MSS2022 Program is finaly here!

MSS2022 will be held in the Adriatic resort town of Portoroz, Slovenia and it will bring you a whole week of workshops and lectures, thus providing you with a balance of information and hands-on skills to support your work. We will ensure that lectures and workshops based on the same application will not overlap, giving everyone a chance to get the best of both worlds.
Click here to explore our complete event program
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