Subcutaneous (subQ) administration can improve patient convenience and reduce healthcare costs by avoiding the need for hospitalization. Yet in some cases, high protein concentrations make formulations far more viscous, prohibiting this route of administration. While viscosity can normally be reduced by using certain excipients, merely adding more and more of a single excipient may not bring sufficient improvement and can even compromise protein stability. We will introduce an excipient platform that makes it possible to combine excipients in ways that can reduce protein viscosity to a greater extent.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
Tobias Rosenkranz, Ph.D.
Senior Manager, Biomolecule Formulation R&D
Tobias Rosenkranz heads the biomolecule formulation team in the liquid formulation R&D department in Darmstadt. His lab mainly focuses on formulation challenges arising in protein formulations, such as protein viscosity and aggregation. A biophysicist by training, he holds a Ph.D. from the HHU Düsseldorf/Research Centre Jülich. Prior to joining the company in 2017, Tobias was a basic researcher at UIUC (US) and UNSW Australia.
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