Adam Bergin

Adam was awarded a BSc in Biotechnology from NUI Maynooth, followed by a MSc in Bioprocess Engineering from Dublin City University. He worked two years in Pfizer Grange Castle as a Technical Services Process Scientist, as part of the New Product Introduction team. His current Ph.D. research will be awarded through University College Dublin. The title of his project is “Strategies for continuous culture of mammalian cells”. Projects: Strategies for Continuous Culture of mammalian cells Proposal (a) To establish control points in metabolism of producer cells. Identifying critical process parameters that affect productivity through analysis of steady states (b) Design a scale down process for biomanufacturing using a cell separator (eg: ATF or acoustic). (c) Establish methods of control for enhanced productivity