All posts by Pamela Stegemerten

Life Sciences Fueling Purposeful Innovation

Sponsored by Independence Blue Cross & B. PHL Innovation Fest Presented by Venture Café Philadelphia  LBG’s Gervan Williams joined a diverse panel of experts to discuss emerging opportunities for innovators, investors, and support organizations to create a better future for all through innovation in life science. The panelists shared how they incorporate purpose into their daily... Read More

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Determining disease severity in patients with COVID-19

Timothy Alcorn co-authored a paper published by Lab on a Chip titled, “Clinical decision support tool and rapid point-of-care platform for determining disease severity in patients with COVID-19†”.  Dr. Alcorn is the Director of Medical Devices and Diagnostics for Latham BioPharm Group and was consulted for his expertise in this area. This paper was also... Read More

Latham BioPharm Group adds Dr. Thijs Beuming and expands consulting offering to include In Silico Drug Discovery services.

CAMBRIDGE, MA – February 25, 2020 – Latham BioPharm Group, Inc. (LBG), a premier provider of life science consulting services, today announced the recent addition of Dr. Thijs Beuming to the team to lead In Silico Drug Discovery services.  LBG’s new offering complements existing product development capabilities by providing full service and strategic support for... Read More

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Watch now! Roundtable Discussion: Cell and Gene Therapies — Keep the Work In-House, or Use a Third Party?

LBG’s Dr. Joseph Rininger, as an industry leader in Cell & Gene Therapies, was invited to participate in a roundtable discussion at BIO International 2019 on this topic.  Questions posed to the panel by BioProcess Insider editor Dan Stanton were:  Is enough manufacturing capacity available? How do companies reduce cost of goods (CoG) and increase manufacturing efficiency? Should a developer build its own capabilities or... Read More

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Capacity Analysis for Viral Vector Manufacturing: Is There Enough?

LBG’s Dr. Joseph Rininger, Dr. Ashley Fennell, Dr. Lauren Schoukroun-Barnes, Christopher Peterson and Dr. Joshua Speidel recently published a joint article titled, Capacity Analysis for Viral Vector Manufacturing: Is There Enough?.   The article discusses the increasing demand for viral vectors and whether CDMO capacity is keeping pace with demand. By using a model built to forecast the quantity of viral vectors required to support ongoing and planned clinical trials,... Read More