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2021 PDA Pharmaceutical Microbiology Conference


TSI experts will be available at 2021 PDA Pharmaceutical Microbiology Conference to discuss your pharmaceutical manufacturing challenges while showcasing our environmental monitoring instruments and software that can help you: 

  • Enhance process knowledge
  • Reduce risk with real-time viable particle counting
  • Reduce waste with instant alarms and fewer interventions
  • Enhance data integrity with integrated microbial sampling

Ask us about our complete, robust aseptic environmental monitoring system—including microbial monitoring—that offers no interruptions, no data loss and no-hassle compliance.

About the Conference

2021 PDA Pharmaceutical Microbiology Conference offers insights on how to best prepare for the future and opportunities that will shape pharmaceutical manufacturing moving forward, including aseptic processing and environmental monitoring. The conference highlights best practices, development of standards, and integration of innovative technologies to help effectively manage risk via presentations from global regulatory and industry experts. It also features a supplier exhibit that provides the opportunity to visit with experts regarding the latest technologies and services for the pharmaceutical industry.

Don't Miss It
Mike's Tech Talk Presentation

Date — October 5
Time — 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Our own expert, Mike Dingle, Senior Application Specialist, will be at PDA Microbiology Conference presenting Tech Talk: Considerations for Installing Biofluorescence Particle Counters in an Isolator

The early focus for most when exploring alternative monitoring methods is how do they work and how are they validated. One such alternative and rapid microbiological method (ARMM) is continuous, real-time viable air monitoring with biofluorescence particle counters (BFPCs) in isolators. Many are starting to move past initial questioning and are now looking to implement alternative methods. Once deciding to move forward, the focus turns to the details of installation. This Tech Talk will discuss what needs to be considered when installing biofluorescent particle counting to avoid project delays and assure proper operation.