Plant-Based Vaccines, Antibodies & Biologics

5-7 June 2017, NAU Sao Rafael Atlantico Hotel, Albufeira, Portugal

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Day One

Final Conference Programme | Monday 5th June 2017

10.45 Onwards
Registration for ISPMF Members

11.30 Onwards
Registration for Non-Society Members & Poster Set-Up

11.30-12.30
International Society for Plant Molecular Farming – ISPMF AGM

12.15-13.15
Buffet Lunch

13.15-13.25
Welcome to PBVAB 2017 & Opening Remarks
Julian Ma (St George’s University of London, London, UK)

SESSION 1:
OPENING PLENARY

Moderator: Julian Ma (St George’s University of London, London, UK)

13.25-14.05
‘Plant pharmaceutical production the Bio-Better strategy’
Yoseph Shaaltiel (Protalix Biotherapeutics, Carmiel, Israel)

14.05-14.25
‘Employing a plant based expression system and other tools to accelerate antibody development’
Michael Pauly (Mapp Biopharmaceuticals Inc., San Diego, California, USA)

14.25-14.45
‘Plants: An excellent alternative production host for diagnostic reagents’
Frank Thieme and Victor Klimyuk (ICON Genetics GmbH, Halle, Germany)

14.45-15.05
‘Plant-made reagents: An answer for the One Health Initiative’
Ed Rybicki (University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa)

15.05-15.25
‘Progress of Griffithsin development for first-in-human clinical trial’
Daniel Tuse, Kenneth E. Palmer and PREVENT U19 Team (University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, USA)

15.25-15.40
Tea Break & Posters

SESSION 2:
ANTIMICROBIALS

Moderators: Yuri Gleba (Nomad Bioscience, Halle, Germany) and Daniel Tusé (DT/Consulting Group, Sacramento, California, USA)

15.40-16.10
‘Plant-made non-antibiotic antimicrobials: A business opportunity’
Yuri Gleba and Anatoliy Gyrych (Nomad Bioscience, Halle, Germany)

16.10-16.30
‘Colicins, other bacteriocins and phage endolysins: Natural non-antibiotic antimicrobials as food additives’
Anatoliy Gyrych and Simone Hahn (Nomad Bioscience, Halle, Germany)

16.30-16.50
‘Colicins as antimicrobial candidates against antibiotic resistant E. coli
Tim Szeto1, Anett Stephan2, Anatoli Giritch2, Yuri Gleba2, Tim Planche1 and Julian K-C Ma1 (1 Institute for Infection and Immunity, St George’s University of London, London, UK; 2 Nomad Bioscience GMBH, Halle, Germany)

16.50-17.10
‘Plant-expressed antimicrobial proteins as new medicines’
Aušra Ražanskiene (Nomads, Vilnius, Lithuania)

17.10-17.30
‘Regulatory pathways for marketing approval of plant-made food safety antimicrobials’
Daniel Tusé (DT/Consulting Group, Sacramento, California, USA)

17.30-17.50
‘Plant-based manufacture of an antibiotic biotherapeutic with unexpected biophysical and pharmacologic properties’
Barry Holtz and Terence Ryan (iBio inc., New York, New York, USA)

17.50-18.00
Questions/Discussion

18.00-19.00
Welcome Drinks Reception and Poster Session sponsored by ISPMF

The International Society For Plant Molecular Farming

 

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PBVAB 2017 Sponsors

  • Mapp Biopharmaceutical
  • Fraunhofer USA
  • Icon Genetics
  • Epso
  • Angany Genetics
  • iBio
  • Intrucept Biomedicine
  • The International Society for Plant Molecular Farming
  • Root Lines Technology
  • Biovaxx
  • VisMederi
  • Greenovation
  • Conviron
  • Planet Biotechnology
  • Nomad
  • Plant Form
  • Molecular Farming
  • Fraunhofer IME
  • John Innes Centre
  • Protalix Biotherapeutics
  • Ilvo
  • BioApp
  • Aldevron
  • NexGen
  • Kentucky Bioprocessing
  • Owensboro Cancer Research Program
  • Medicago
  • Plant Transformation Technologies

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