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Delivered as Hybrid Event from September 20-30, 2021
Live In-Person Experience Delivered September 20-23Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Robert Gronke, PhD
Senior Principal Scientist, Technical Development at Biogen, Inc

Profile

Robert Gronke is a Senior Principal Scientist in the Antisense Oligonucleotide department at Biogen, Inc.  For the past 31 years, he’s been involved in the purification process development, CMC team leadership, regulatory liaison and new technology assessments for recombinant biopharmaceuticals including Biogen’s commercial products AVONEX (Interferon Beta-1a), a serum-free version of AVONEX, PLEGRIDY (PEG IFN Beta-1a), BENEPALI (Enbrel biosimilar), SPINRAZA (SMA antisense oligonucleotide), APROLIX (Factor IX-Fc), and AMEVIVE (glycosylated fusion protein), along with more than 20 clinical products including monoclonal antibodies, fusion proteins, glycoproteins, antisense oligonucleotides,  and conjugates.  Rob currently manages a group of 5 associate scientists.

Prior to joining Biogen, Inc., Dr. Gronke was a post-doctoral fellow in the Pharmacology Department at Merck Sharp & Dohme Research Laboratories in West Point, Pennsylvania.  He received his Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry from the University of Kansas, Lawrence Kansas.  Prior to receiving his Ph.D., he was employed as a Research Associate at the University of Illinois, Chicago.  Dr. Gronke received a BS degree in Biochemistry from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois.

Agenda Sessions

  • ROOM 208: Use of Mustang® E Membrane Chromatography as Risk Mitigation for Endotoxin and Viral Clearance Contamination During UF/DF Processing

    12:05pm
  • Use of Mustang® E Membrane Chromatography as Risk Mitigation for Endotoxin and Viral Clearance Contamination During UF/DF Processing

    2:15pm