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INTERPHEX 2006[TM] Conference & Exhibition.

                                 PharmaFacilities

TUESDAY - MARCH 21

10:15am -     GENERAL SESSION: TBD
 11:00am

11:15am -     F1    Design & Build -- Aesthetics and the Lab
 12:15pm            Building: Is Beauty Worth The Investment?
                    -- F. Jeffrey Murray, A IA, LEED, IDC
                    Architects
              F2    General -- Ensuring Power Quality
                    Protection for Critical Packaging Processes
                    -- Christopher Martin, CIBA Vision Canada,
                    Inc., Brad Roberts, S&C Electric Cc
              F3    QA/QC-Application of FDA's Risk-Based
                    cGMP Principles to Real-Time Water
                    Release Using On-line TOC
                    -- Richard Godec, GE Analytical Instruments
              F28   Contamination Controls-Characterization
                    Properties & Biological Effects of Vapor
                    Phase Hydrogen Peroxide
                    -- Ross Caputo, Robert R. Reich,
                    Pharmaceutical Systems, Inc.

2:00pm -      F4    Design & Build -- Designing Green --
 3:00pm             Strategies for Designing Solid Dosage
                    Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facilities
                    --Tim Crosby, O'Neal, Inc.
              F6    QA/OC-Techniques for Running a Lean
                    Commissioning/Validation Project
                    -- Charles Lankford, Pharmasys
              F29   Contamination Controls -- Process Oxygen
                    Filtration
                    -- Monica Cardona, Pall Life Sciences

2:00pm -
 5:00pm

2:00pm -      F5    Facility-of-the-Year Finalists Forum
 4:15pm

3:15pm -      F7    Design & Build -- Disposable Bags -- Facility
 4:15pm             Design Considerations
                    -- Craig Sandstrom, Fluor Corporation
              F8    General -- X-Ray Inspection -- More Than
                    Just Contaminant Detection
                    -- Jonathan McManus, Mettler-Toledo
              F9    QA/OC -- Design and Construction of a
                    Multi-Product cGMP Biopharmaceutical
                    Facility -- Roger Lias, Cytovance Biologics

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 27

10:15am -     GENERAL SESSION: Leverage RFID for Applications Beyond
 11:00am      Track & Trace and ePedigree Compliance, Presented &
              Sponsored by IBM

11:15am -     F10   Design & Build -- Case Study: Fast Track
 12:15pm            Delivery of a New Vaccine Facility in 11
                    Months! -- Ole Broch Nielsen, NNEAIS
              F11   General -- Impact of Integrated Scheduling
                    on Johnson & Johnson's Capital Delivery
                    Process -- Tom Kowalyk, Johnson &
                    Johnson, Jeremy Gross, PMA Consultants
              F12   QA/QC -- Disturbance Free Electrical Power
                    -- Whole Facility Protection
                    -- Brad Roberts, S&C Electric Co.
              F30   Contamination Controls -- Detecting Low
                    Levels of Contamination in
                    Pharmaceuticals Waters
                    -- Damien Tuleu, Jaimie Rosso, Millipore

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 22

2:15pm -      F13   Design & Build -- Why, When and How to
 3:15pm             Benefit from Modular Construction
                    -- Par Almhem, Pharmadule
              F14   General - Case Study: GlaxoSmithKline's
                    Approach for Successfully Integrating
                    EPCMV Activities
                    -- Chad Wachter, GlaxoSmithKline
              F15   QA/OC -- A Precedent for Risk-Based
                    Regulation? -- Jeff Bredeson, Jon Coburn,
                    Gregg Weddle, Johnson Controls
              F31   Contamination Controls -- Validation
                    Program for Sterile Products
                    -- Lynn Stanard, Berkshire Products

2:15pm -
 5:15pm

3:30pm -      F16   Design & Build -- Modularized Piping
 4:30pm             Distribution Systems --Jack Sperrild, Jorn
                    Gronbech, NNEAIS
              F17   General -- Facility Outage Maintenance Cost
                    Savings -- Gabe Paoletti, Eaton Corporation
              F18   QA/QC -- Essentials of Validation Project
                    Management -- Bill Garvey, Pfizer

THURSDAY - MARCH 23

10:15am -     F19   Design & Build -- Use of Ion Trap Mobility
 11:15am            Spectrometry as a Fast Screening Method
                    for Cleaning Verification
                    -- Tim Wortley, GE Sensing
              F20   General -- An Approach to Detect Presence
                    of Regulated By-products and Disinfectants
                    in Pharmaceutical Waters --Todd Blonshine,
                    Hach Ultra
              F21   Biopharm -- Trends in Biopharmaceutical
                    Facility Design and Delivery
                    --Jeff Sarvis, Fluor Corporation

11:30am -     F22   Design & Build -- Building and Validating a
 12:30pm            Biotech Facility in 26 Months
                    --Jerry Arthur, Cook Pharmica
              F23   General -- Methods of Production for Water
                    for Injection --Gary Zoccolante, US Filter
              F24   Biopharm -- Solutions for the Treatment of
                    Biopharmaceutical Liquids
                    -- Ole Madsen, MORK Process

2:00pm -      F25   Design & Build -- Case Study: FMS Design
 3:00pm             and Installation
                    --Joe Gecsey, Hach Ultra Analytics
              F26   General -- Integrated Isolator and
                    Containment Solutions
                    -- Hans Christian Gath, M& IN Zander
              F27   Biopharm -- Bioprocessing Pilot Plants
                    -- Edward Sybert, University of Maryland

                  TUESDAY--MARCH 21
                  Keynote Session: 8:45am-10:00am
                  Lunch: 12:30pm-1:45pm
                  Opening Reception: 5:30pm-6:30pm

                                     PharmaIT

TUESDAY - MARCH 21

10:15am -
 11:00am

11:15am -     IT1   RFID & Supply Chain -- RFID and the
 12:15pm            Future of Pharmaceutical Supply Chains
                    -- Mark Roberti, RFID Journal
              IT2   Automation -- Optimizing Your Automation
                    Investment by Mitigating Risk -- Michalle
                    Adkins, Steve Murray, Dawn Maruchella,
                    Emerson Process Management
              1T3   Automation -- Driving Financial and
                    Compliance Improvements Through IT
                    -- Bonnie Krensavage Smith, Abbott Labs
              IT4   Security-- Pharmaceutical Packaging --
                    Challenges and Opportunities
                    --Nina Goodrich, Alcan Packaging

2:00pm -      IT5   RFID & Supply Chain - Early Adopters --
 3:00pm             Implications of RFID on Pharma
                    -- Kevin Prouty, Symbol Technologies
              IT6   Automation -- Cost Effective Compliance
                    with Regulatory Mandates
                    -- Presented and Sponsored by IBM
              IT7   Automation -- Pharmaceutical
                    Manufacturing Strategy Across Networked
                    Operations -- Reynold (Pete) Mooney,
                    Deloitte Consulting, LLP
              IT8   Security -- Strategies for Securing our Drug
                    Supply -- Adam Scheer, American Bank
                    Note Holographics, Inc.

2:00pm-
 5:00pm

2:00pm -
 4:15pm

3:15pm -      IT9   RFID & Supply Chain -- RFID Bionics --
 4:15pm             RFID Enabled Products and Services for the
                    Pharmaceuticals -- Ann Grackin, RFID
                    Technical Institute; Carla Reed, ChainLink
                    Research
              IT10  Automation -- Why Upgrade? Reducing
                    Automation Risks -- Christie Oeitz, Emerson
                    Process Management
              IT11  Automation -- Computer Flow and Stress
                    Modeling for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
                    -- Christopher Matice, Stress Engineering
                    Services, Inc.
              IT12  Security -- Applying Packaging
                    Technologies in Anti-Counterfeiting and
                    Product Traceability Initiatives
                    -- Mark Kushner, SVSTECH International

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 27

10:15am -     GENERAL SESSION: Leverage RFID for Applications Beyond
 11:00am      Track & Trace and ePedigree Compliance, Presented &
              Sponsored by IBM

11:15am -     IT13  RFID & Supply Chain --Anti-Counterfeiting
 12:15pm            Solutions for Pharmaceuticals
                    -- Laurie Williams, DuPont
              IT14  Automation -- Acheiving Trouble Free
                    Operation of Your PLC's
                    -- Steven Rosenfeld, Automation Integration
                    Technology
              IT15  General -- Information Management
                    Systems Enable Manufacturing Facilities to
                    Ramp Up Productivity
                    -- Dave Femia, Biopharm International
              IT16  Security -- Anti-Counterfeiting &
                    Bioterrorism in Pharmaceuticals
                    -- Kevin Harrell, CREO: A subsidiary of
                    Kodak, Inc.

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 22

2:15pm -      IT17  RFID & Supply Chain -- Implementation
 3:15pm             Best Practices, Workforce Preparedness
                    & Technology Standards in the
                    Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
                    -- Douglas P. Neary COO, The International
                    RFID Business Association
              IT18  Automation -- Simulation far System
                    Testing and Training on Life
                    SciencesAutomation Projects
                    -- Martin Berutti, MYNAH Technologies
              IT19  Automation -- Optimizing Short Run
                    Packaging and Protecting Brands with
                    Digital Label Production -- Jim Yonge,
                    Gregg Metcalf, Craig Curran, Nosco Inc.
              IT20  Security-Serialization: Drug Security
                    Network-- Results & Impacts on Standards
                    -- Robin Koh, SupplyScape

2:15pm -
 5:15pm

3:30pm -      IT21  RFID & Supply Chain --Anti-Counterfeit
 4:30pm             and Product ID Made Simple
                    -- Jeff Schaengold, RFCommerce, LLC
              IT22  Automation -- The GMP Electronic
                    Notebook System PAT Technology
                    for OC Lab Operations
                    -- John Helfrich, VelOuest Corporation
              IT23  General -- Eliminate Redundant Expenses
                    with a Digital Identity Assurance Standard
                    -- Ashley Evans, Mollie Shields-Uehling,
                    SAFE-BioPharma Association
              IT24  Security-- Securing the Pharmaceutical
                    Supply Chain with RFID and PKI
                    Technologies
                    Joseph Pearson, Texas Instruments

THURSDAY - MARCH 23

10:15am -     T25   RFID & Supply Chain -- Beyond Mandates:
 11:15am            The Business Case for Deploying FAD
                    Technologies
                    -- Harry Pappas, RFID Business Association
              IT26  Automation -Architectural Challenges of
                    Interoperability between Process Analytical
                    Technology (PAT) and Automation Systems
                    -- Gavan Hood, Rockwell Automation
              IT27  Validation/Compliance -- Network
                    Qualification Case Study: A Service Based
                    Accretive Model
                    -- Nagesh Nama, Valimation

11:30am -     IT28  RFID & Supply Chain -- Did Anyone Check
 12:30pm            the Security of Your Manufacturing
                    Computer Systems Today? -- Pamela
                    Campbell, BusinessEdge Solutions
              IT29  Automation --Paperless Shop Floor-
                    Realizing the Dream -- Ray Lockard, Taratec
              IT30  Validation/Compliance -- Evaluating
                    Pharmaceutical Processes with Uncertainty
                    -- Demetri Petrides, Intelligen, Inc.
2:00pm -      IT31  RFID & Supply Chain -- RFID
 3:00pm             -- Strategic Investment for Pharmaceutical
                    Manufacturers
                    -- Vivek Bapat, Rockwell Automation
              IT33  Validation/Compliance --ITIL
                    -- The New Compliance Standard
                    -- Wayne Rickert, twenty-seven

              WEDNESDAY--MARCH 22
              Keynote Session: 8:45am-10:00am
              Lunch: 12:30pm-2:00pm

                                PharmaManufacturing

TUESDAY - MARCH 21

10:15am -
 11:00am

11:15am -     M1    PAT and Monitoring -- Establishing and
 12:15pm            Implementing a PAT Strategy for Existing
                    Processes -- Connie Heinze, NNE US, Inc.
              M2    General -- UV Technology for
                    Chlorine/Chloramine Destruction --
                    Evaluation of a Pilot Study
                    -- Ismail Gobulukoglu, Ph.D.,
                    Ben Adelstein, Aquafine Corporation
              M3    Process -- How to Automate and Secure
                    the Printing Workflow Process
                    -- Miriam Glassman, Global Vision
              M4    Biopharm -- Prions and Challenges to Cell
                    Culture --KumarGupta, Parsons

2:00pm -      M6    PAT and Monitoring -- Real Gains in
 3:00pm             Bioprocess Performance by Using
                    Advanced Controls and Process Analytical
                    Technologies -- Troy Logan, Siemens
                    Energy & Automation, Inc., Ingrid Maes,
                    Siemens AG
              M7    General -- Creating a Sterile Link Between
                    Stainless and Disposable Systems
                    --John Boehm, Colder Products Company
              M9    Process -- Feeder Technology Selection and
                    its Direct Effect on the Continuous
                    Pharmaceutical Process
                    -- Sharon Nowak, KTron America
              M10   Biopharm-Equipment Migration
                    Strategies: Reducing Costs while
                    Improving Performance
                    -- Larry West, Broadley-James Corporation
2:00pm-       M5    Accredited Workshop: Keystone Strategies
 5:00pm             for Successful PAT Programs -- John E.
                    Carroll, C.Ph.C., MBA, Cadrai Technology
                    Group, Presented by CfPA
2:00pm -      M8    General -- Workshop: Review of GAMP
 4:15pm             Requirements for Validation
                    -- Chris Roerio. VAI Automation
3:15pm -      M11   PAT and Monitoring -- Improvements in
 4:15pm             Electro-Magnetic Flow Measurement for the
                    Pharmaceutical Industry --Bernd
                    Schumacher, KROHNE Messtechnik
              M12   General -- Pharmaceutical and Biotech
                    Dispensing --Gregg Herreman, Jim
                    Robertson, Fluor Corporation
              M13   Process -- Optimizing Manufacturing Line
                    Performance -- A Case Study Utilizing DEE
                    Software --Oliver Vogt, SICOR
                    Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 27

10:15am -     GENERAL SESSION: Leverage RFID for Applications Beyond
 11:00am      Track & Trace and ePedigree Compliance, Presented
              & Sponsored by IBM

11:15am -     M15   PAT and Monitoring -- From Development
 12:15pm            to Production -- A Framework for
                    Successful PAT/RTR Implementation
                    -- Robert Timko, AstraZeneca
              M16   General -- Lean Manufacturing in the
                    Pharmaceutical Industry
                    -- Thomas Knight, Invistics, Inc.
              M17   Process -- Using Overall Equipment
                    Effectiveness to Improve Manufacturing
                    Productivity
                    -- Scott Klages, Parsec Automation Corp.
              M18   Biopharm -- Manufacturing Technology in
                    Pharma/Biotech Transactions -- Getting
                    What You Need/Protecting What's Yours
                    -- Adam Golden, Kaye Scholer, LLP
              M19   Regulatory -- From Passive Compliance to
                    Strategic Opportunity?
                    -- Philippe Gaudreau, John Lawson, DBA,
                    MBA, BPharm, MRPharmS, SOLABS

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 22

2:15pm -      M21   PAT and Monitoring -- PAT:
 3:15pm             Extracting the Hidden Value
                    -- Raymond E Schneider, Tunnel
                    Consulting
              M22   Containment-Containment of Highly
                    Potent Compounds at the
                    Top of the Bell Curve
                    -- Lee Francis, Containment Consultants,
                    Inc.
              M24   Biopharm -- Developing a Roadmap for
                    Practical PAT Implementations
                    -- Ray Lockard, Taratec
              M25   Regulatory -- The Impact of the FDA's New
                    Risk-based Model on Pharma and
                    Biotech Manufacturers
                    -- Justin Neway, Aegis Analytical
                    Corporation
2:15pm -      M20   Accredited Workshop: New Approaches &
 5:15pm             Technology for Critical Process Cleaning
                    -- Steven A. Weitzel, Novaflux Technologies,
                    Presented by CfPA
3:30pm -      M26   PAT and Monitoring -- Recent Innovations
 4:30pm             in Online UV Absorption Measurement
                    -- Joe Hewitt, EnVision Instruments, LLC
              M27   General -- Comparison of Extraction
                    Methods for Determination of an
                    Extractables Profile -- Bobbijo van
                    Beusichem, Ciba Specialty Chemicals
              M29   Biopharm -- New Magnetic Drive
                    Development for Cell Culture Fermenters
                    --Anthony Kocienski, Steven Markel,
                    LIGHTNIN
              M30   Regulatory -- Recent FDA Observations
                    and Comments: Cleaning Compliance
                    Points to Consider
                    Simon Forder, JM Hyde Consulting

THURSDAY - MARCH 23

10:15am -     M31   PAT and Monitoring -- Improving
 11:15am            Manufacturing Performance, and
                    Developing Manufacturing Excellence
                    through Strategic Implementation of PAT
                    --James K. Drennen Ill, Ph.D., Robert P.
                    Cogdill, Carl A. Anderson, Ph.D. Duquesne
                    University, Gert Thurau, Ph.D., Merck
                    Manufacturing Division, Ingrid Maes,
                    Siemens AG
              M32   General -- Practical Applications of
                    Hygenic Design and CIP Integration
                    for Your Process
                    -- Bjame Darre, GEA Liquid Processing
              M33   Containment-Selecting Cleaning
                    Chemistries for cGMP Processes
                    -- George Verghese, STERIS Corp
11:30am -     M34   PAT and Monitoring --A Validation
 12:30pm            Approach to a Gamma Irradiated Plastic
                    Disposable Assemblies for Use in
                    Biopharmaceutical Operations
                    --Jean-Marc Cappia, Millipore
              M35   General -- Case Study: Liquid Particle
                    Sampling in a Pharmaceutical
                    Water System
                    -- Joe Gecsey, Hach Ultra Analytics
2:00pm -      M38   General -- Regulatory Asset Management:
 3:00pm             Harmonizing Calibration, Maintenance and
                    Validation Systems --James Erickson, Blue
                    Mountain Quality Resources, Inc.
              M39   M39 Containment-High Containment
                    -- Richard Berkoff, Stevens Institute,
                    Ed Carey, Ph.D., Institute of Technology,
                    Applications to Existing Equipment;
                    Addressing Cross Contamination in Multi
                    Compound Facilities -- Michelle Frisch,
                    Powder Systems Ltd.

                             PharmaSourcing & Services

TUESDAY - MARCH 21

10:15am -
 11:00am

11:15am -     S1    State of the Outsourcing Industry
 12:15pm            -- Jim Miller, PharmaSource Information
                    Services

2:00pm -      S2    TBD
 3:00pm

2:00pm-
 5:00pm

2:00pm -
 4:15pm

3:15pm -      S3    Supplier Relationship Management: A Key
 4:15pm             Process for the Pharmaceutical Supply
                    Chain -- Bill Michels, ADR
              S4    Outsourcing in Volatile Marketplaces --
                    Lessons Learned from the Semi-Conductor
                    Industry -- Michael Fritsch & Tom Lipscomb,
                    Confoe, Inc.

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 27

10:15am -     GENERAL SESSION: Leverage RFID for Applications Beyond
 11:00am      Track & Trace and ePedigree Compliance, Presented &
              Sponsored by IBM

11:15am -     S5    Improving Management of Sourcing
 12:15pm            Relationships: Key Elements of a
                    Relationship Management Infrastructure
                    -- Jonathan Hughes, Vantage Partners

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 22

2:15pm -      S6    Global Innovation and New Products:
 3:15pm             "Virtual" Teams: "Real" Money-- Sushil
                    Bhatia, Prof. Suffolk University

2:15pm -
 5:15pm

3:30pm -      S7    Effective Ways to Efficiently Manage
 4:30pm             Pharmaceutical Supplier Relationships
                    -- Jeff Schroeder, Inovis

THURSDAY - MARCH 23

10:15am -     S8    A Framework for Successful IT Outsourcing
 11:15am            -- David Switzer, CTG

11:30am -     S9    Trends in Life Sciences Outsourcing
 12:30pm            -- Paul D. Connuck, Esq., Kevin E.
                    Colangelo, Esq., Kramer Levin Naftalis &
                    Frankel LLP

2:00pm -      S10   An International Educational Partnership
 3:00pm             To Provide a Complete Range of
                    Education and Training to the Worldwide
                    Pharmaceutical/Healthcare Industry
                    -- Richard Berkoff, Stevens Institute,
                    Ed Carey, Ph.D., Institute of Technology,
                    Dublin

              THURSDAY-MARCH 23
              Keynote Session: 8:45am-10:00am
              Lunch: 12:30pm-1:45pm
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