Suzanne Farid
Suzanne Farid
Professor in Biochemical Engineering, UCL
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Process economics of industrial monoclonal antibody manufacture
SS Farid
Journal of Chromatography B 848 (1), 8-18, 2007
Fed‐batch and perfusion culture processes: Economic, environmental, and operational feasibility under uncertainty
J Pollock, SV Ho, SS Farid
Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2012
Allogeneic cell therapy bioprocess economics and optimization: Single‐use cell expansion technologies
AS Simaria, S Hassan, H Varadaraju, J Rowley, K Warren, P Vanek, ...
Biotechnology and bioengineering 111 (1), 69-83, 2014
Decision‐Support Tool for Assessing Biomanufacturing Strategies under Uncertainty: Stainless Steel versus Disposable Equipment for Clinical Trial Material Preparation
SS Farid, J Washbrook, NJ Titchener‐Hooker
Biotechnology progress 21 (2), 486-497, 2005
Optimising the design and operation of semi-continuous affinity chromatography for clinical and commercial manufacture
J Pollock, G Bolton, J Coffman, SV Ho, DG Bracewell, SS Farid
Journal of Chromatography A 1284, 17-27, 2013
Shear stress analysis of mammalian cell suspensions for prediction of industrial centrifugation and its verification
N Hutchinson, N Bingham, N Murrell, S Farid, M Hoare
Biotechnology and bioengineering 95 (3), 483-491, 2006
Integrated continuous bioprocessing: economic, operational, and environmental feasibility for clinical and commercial antibody manufacture
J Pollock, J Coffman, SV Ho, SS Farid
Biotechnology progress 33 (4), 854-866, 2017
Human pluripotent stem cell‐derived products: Advances towards robust, scalable and cost‐effective manufacturing strategies
MJ Jenkins, SS Farid
Biotechnology journal 10 (1), 83-95, 2015
A computer‐aided approach to compare the production economics of fed‐batch and perfusion culture under uncertainty
AC Lim, J Washbrook, NJ Titchener‐Hooker, SS Farid
Biotechnology and bioengineering 93 (4), 687-697, 2006
Established bioprocesses for producing antibodies as a basis for future planning
SS Farid
Cell Culture Engineering, 1-42, 2006
Allogeneic cell therapy bioprocess economics and optimization: downstream processing decisions
S Hassan, AS Simaria, H Varadaraju, S Gupta, K Warren, SS Farid
Regenerative medicine 10 (5), 591-609, 2015
A roadmap for cost-of-goods planning to guide economic production of cell therapy products
YY Lipsitz, WD Milligan, I Fitzpatrick, E Stalmeijer, SS Farid, KY Tan, ...
Cytotherapy 19 (12), 1383-1391, 2017
Industry 4.0: a vision for personalized medicine supply chains?
J Branke, SS Farid, N Shah
Cell and Gene Therapy Insights 2 (2), 263-270, 2016
Modelling biopharmaceutical manufacture: Design and implementation of SimBiopharma
SS Farid, J Washbrook, NJ Titchener-Hooker
Computers & chemical engineering 31 (9), 1141-1158, 2007
Modelling of the biopharmaceutical drug development pathway and portfolio management
A Rajapakse, NJ Titchener-Hooker, SS Farid
Computers & chemical engineering 29 (6), 1357-1368, 2005
Application of a Decision‐Support Tool to Assess Pooling Strategies in Perfusion Culture Processes under Uncertainty
AC Lim, Y Zhou, J Washbrook, A Sinclair, B Fish, R Francis, ...
Biotechnology progress 21 (4), 1231-1242, 2005
Impact of allogeneic stem cell manufacturing decisions on cost of goods, process robustness and reimbursement
TDP Chilima, F Moncaubeig, SS Farid
Biochemical engineering journal 137, 132-151, 2018
Technologies for large-scale umbilical cord-derived MSC expansion: Experimental performance and cost of goods analysis
A Mizukami, TDP Chilima, MD Orellana, MA Neto, DT Covas, SS Farid, ...
Biochemical Engineering Journal, 2018
Process economic drivers in industrial monoclonal antibody manufacture
SS Farid
Process Scale Purification of Antibodies, 445-466, 2017
Application of quality by design principles to the development and technology transfer of a major process improvement for the manufacture of a recombinant protein
M Looby, N Ibarra, JJ Pierce, K Buckley, E O'Donovan, M Heenan, ...
Biotechnology progress 27 (6), 1718-1729, 2011
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