Thursday, September 9, 2021
2:00-2:45 PM EST

Celanese and Thermo Fisher Scientific have partnered to present the value of the VitalDose® EVA drug delivery platform and manufacturing using Hot Melt Extrusion (HME).

Web Seminar key takeaways include:

  • The utility of ethylene-vlnyl acetate (EVA) drug delivery implants and real-world use examples
  • Designing an EVA drug delivery implant for small molecules, peptides and proteins
  • Enabling injectable drug-eluting implants from early-stage proof-of-con­cept to fully-automated commercial manufacturing lines

REGISTER NOW using the form at right to discover how Vitaldose® EVA and HME can be utilized to design and manufacture durable long-term drug delivery implants and injectable drug eluting implants!


Learn from the expert:

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Andrei Winkler

NE Regional Sales, Thermo Fischer

Chemical engineer by education, with global career experience in sales and business development of Specialty Chemicals and Specialty Materials serving both the chemical and the pharmaceutical industries. Andrei has for the past 10 years managed both the business development and sales of Scientific Instrumentation and Equipment specifically to extrusion-enabled pharmaceutical processes, with emphasis on a strong consultative approach. Andrei has contributed to the successful implementation of Thermo Fisher’s extrusion technology across the US pharmaceutical industry value chain.

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Jeff Haley

Sr. Manager, Pharmaceutical Development, Celanese

Jeff Haley leads a team developing materials and formulations for long-acting drug delivery. He received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from The University of Texas, a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, and was a postdoctoral fellow in the Chemistry department at the University of Toronto. Jeff started his career working in product development at the Lyondell Chemical Company. He joined Celanese in 2011, where he has held various positions in product development and technical service. Jeff has coauthored over 20 scientific publications, and is a coinventor on nine granted US patents.