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Genedata Biologics Open Forum
Hosted by Janssen | San Diego, CA, USA
September 27, 2022

Join the Genedata Biopharma Open Forum hosted by Janssen in San Diego to learn why the world's most innovative R&D-driven organizations are using Genedata Biologics® and Genedata Bioprocess®, the industry-leading E2E workflow platforms for increasing efficiency and throughput in biotherapeutic discovery and development.

Genedata customers will present case studies showcasing how they use the platforms to streamline R&D workflows and transform operations. Genedata product experts will provide an update on the latest product developments and an outlook on upcoming new functionalities.

Join the Open Forum to find out how others have deployed, implemented, and adopted Genedata Platforms to make their biopharma R&D faster and better.

Space is limited for this free event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.


Tuesday, September 27, 2022
9:30–9:50amRegistration & Welcome Coffee
9:50–10:00amOpening Remarks
10:00–10:30am Genedata Biopharma Platform Introduction
Streamlining & Increasing Efficiency of Large-Molecule R&D Workflows
10:30–11:00amJanssen Keynote Presentation
Something New, Something Old, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue
Ruo Steensma, Ph.D., IT Sr. Director, Business Technology Leader, Janssen Research and Development, La Jolla, CA, USA
11:30–12:00amPfizer Case Study
Pfizer’s New mRNA Workflows for Vaccines and Therapeutics
Joel Bard, Ph.D., Associate Research Fellow, BioMedicine Design, Pfizer, Cambridge, MA, USA
1:00–1:30pmBMS Case Study
Genedata Biologics at BMS: From Data Biosphere to Multiverse
Jeffrey Johnson, Scientific Associate Director, Bristol Myers Squibb, San Diego, CA, USA
1:30–2:00pmBiotech Case Study
2:00–2:30pmLive Demo
Key Genedata Workflows  
2:30–3:00pmRefreshment Break
3:00–3:45pmPanel Discussion
3:45–4:00pmClosing Remarks
4:00pmEnd of Open Forum


Online registration for the Genedata Biologics Open Forum at Janssen is open. If you have questions, please send an email to openforum@genedata.com.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Genedata Open Forum is held free of charge. We only ask that all attendees register in advance to ensure that we have enough space and food for lunch and breaks.

This event will be held in person so participants can fully take advantage of the opportunity to exchange ideas during the breaks, lunch, and panel discussions. However, we are happy to share speaker presentations after the event if you are unable to attend in person.

The health and safety of participants is a top priority. Our events follow local public health guidelines at the time of the event. We will provide hand sanitizers and masks, which will be optional except where required by law.