Thursday 14 March, 8am–2.30pm, Brookwater Golf and Country Club, Springfield, Queensland. (Note: Panel session commences 9am)

Part of the Future of Health Series, hosted by Life Sciences Queensland and Springfield City Group, this seminar will consist of two panel discussions, with networking opportunities over morning coffee, morning tea and lunch.

Biomanufacturing has a transformative effect on the global economy, particularly in Australia and Queensland.

In this seminar we will shine a spotlight on scaling and retaining for biomanufacturing. The sector has achieved significant growth milestones recently, including the establishment of industry leaders such as Sanofi and Aegros in Queensland, the development of TM@TRI, and the strategic implementation of the National Reconstruction Fund.

The panel will explore new approaches taking root within universities as the biomanufacturing sector matures. Attend our event to gain insights into initiatives designed to accelerate the sector's growth and discover how we can build a collaborative ecosystem that propels the industry forward.

Our interactive panels will explore issues such as:

    1. What do biomanufacturing companies need as they grow and mature?
    2. How can companies maintain product quality and consistency when scaling up?
    3. What are the case studies for successful scaling in biomanufacturing?
    4. What are the economic and financial aspects of scaling up?
    5. What does the future of biomanufacturing look like when we consider the challenges of scaling     up?

Presenters and Panellists :
    - Dr Erin Evans, Life Sciences Queensland
    - Denise Johnston, Queensland Department of State Development and Infrastructure
    - Umah Ranchigoda, Springfield City Group
    - Professor Hari Nair, Aegros
    - Garry Heaney, Southern RNA
    - Jackie Taranto, ARM Hub
    - Ben Hughes, Therapeutics Innovation Australia
    - Professor Simon Cool, The University of Queensland
    - Professor Prasad Yarlagadda OAM, UniSQ
    - Glenda Colburn, Translational Research Institute
    - Professor Fabienne Mackay, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute.

This event will be an excellent networking opportunity, so mark your diaries now, whether you are a:

    - biomedical health professional
    - government stakeholder
    - policy maker
    - researcher
    - academic
    - business leader
    - demographer
    - technology specialist
    - futurist
    - legal professional
    - PhD student
    - translational and commercialisation organisation representative.

Join the conversation during the interactive Q&A session and connect with us on social media for live updates, questions, and insights. Be part of this thought-provoking dialogue that will help shape the future of health and biomanufacturing in Queensland and Australia. Secure your place today and become a vital contributor to the evolution of biomanufacturing.