Podcast

Episode 10 – Prof Charles Cooney, the History and Future of Biotech and Boston Ballet

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On June 9, 2020
My guest today is Prof Charles Cooney. Prof Cooney received his B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1966, and the S.M. (1967) and Ph.D. (1970) in biochemical engineering from MIT. He joined the MIT faculty as an assistant professor in 1970, becoming full professor in 1982. Prof Cooney’s honors include the […]
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Episode 8 – David Sullivan on New Modalities, Price, Patients and the Pharma Landscape

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On April 8, 2020
My guest today is David Sullivan, Sr. Director and Global Lead of Vaccines and Biologics MSAT at Pfizer. He did his Bachelor’s in Biotechnology from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Master’s in Engineering Management from Tufts University. Over the years, he’s worked in process development, pilot plant, next generation technology, vaccines and biologocs MSAT. I have […]
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Episode 7 – Salvatore Mascia and Continuous Manufacturing

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On March 30, 2020
Episode 7 – Salvatore Mascia and Continuous Manufacturing My guest today is Salvatore Mascia. Sal is the Co-Founder & CEO of CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals based in Woburn, MA. He was the former Strategic Project Manager at the Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing, where he led the integration of the first end-to-end continuous manufacturing process for pharmaceuticals. […]
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Episode 6 – Matt Roberge and the Global Pharma Forces

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On March 3, 2020
Episode 6 – Matt Roberge and the Global Pharma Forces My guest today is Matt Roberge. He got his Mechanical engineering degree from Villanova Uni. He currently works for Pfizer and serves as a senior director of Global technology network and Emerging market. He has a truly global organization with teams in the USA, China, […]
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Episode 4 – Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On March 11, 2019
Episode 4 – Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout (Image Source: https://cheme.mit.edu/profile/bernhardt-l-trout) Professor Trout directs the Molecular Engineering Laboratory and Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. He is considered one of the pioneers to pave the way for the continuous manufacturing in the highly complex and […]
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Episode 3 – ISPE Boston and Individualized Medicine with Jack Campion

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On January 8, 2019
Episode 3 – ISPE Boston and Individualized Medicine with Jack Campion Jack Campion is Principal at the Hart Companies. He is the immediate past president of the ISPE Boston area chapter. Jack and the show host Samir have known and worked with each other for many years in their capacity as the ISPE Boston board […]
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Episode 2 – E. Coli Outbreak and Bacteria Detection with Dr. Monika Weber

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On January 8, 2019
Episode 2 – E. Coli Outbreak and Bacteria Detection with Dr. Monika Weber Dr. Monika Weber is the Founder and CEO of Fluid Screen, a startup in Boston, MA with a revolutionary chip-on-a-technology to detect and identify bacteria in water, food and process fluids. She was inspired due to the catastrophic foodborne illness in Europe […]
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Episode 1: Nanoparticles and the future of implants with Prof. Tom Webster

  • Posted by Samir Gondalia
  • On November 16, 2018
Episode 1: Nanoparticles and the future of implants with Prof. Tom Webster (Image Source: www.che.neu.edu) Professor Webster directs the Webster Nanomedicine Laboratory at Northeastern University, Boston which designs, synthesizes, and evaluates nanomaterials for various implant applications. To date, his lab group has generated over 9 textbooks, 48 book chapters, 306 invited presentations, at least 403 […]
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