Edmond Ekenlebie

Edmond is a principal Scientist at Biopharma. He joined BTL in 2014 after a PhD from Aston University in Birmingham, UK. His PhD focused on the optimisation of the bulk freeze-drying process and the implications of powder rheology using methods including the novel use of Micro X-ray tomography. He also holds an MSc in Pharmaceutical Science with Management Studies (Distinction) from Kingston University in London. A Pharmacist since 2006, Edmond previously held managerial roles as both Locum and Superintendent Pharmacist. Dr Ekenlebie currently offers his expertise in consultancy to BTL’s worldwide clientele base and remains heavily involved in research work. His current research collaboration is focused on recombinant vaccine formulation development to break the cold chain. He is extremely passionate about freeze-drying and maintains an interest in intellectual property across the freeze-drying patent landscape.

Events/Masterclasses Edmond Ekenlebie is currently speaking at

Pharma

Lyophilization in Pharma & Biotech
9 - 10 June 2022
Online Live Stream | 09:00 CEST - 16:30 CEST
This training course provides an overview of how to develop an optimized freeze-drying process, from freezing, primary and secondary drying to what is required to successfully move the cycle to scale-up for production

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Edmond is a principal Scientist at Biopharma. He joined BTL in 2014 after a PhD from Aston University in Birmingham, UK. His PhD focused on the optimisation of the bulk freeze-drying process and the implications of powder rheology using methods including the novel use of Micro X-ray tomography. He also holds an MSc in Pharmaceutical Science with Management Studies (Distinction) from Kingston University in London. A Pharmacist since 2006, Edmond previously held managerial roles as both Locum and Superintendent Pharmacist. Dr Ekenlebie currently offers his expertise in consultancy to BTL’s worldwide clientele base and remains heavily involved in research work. His current research collaboration is focused on recombinant vaccine formulation development to break the cold chain. He is extremely passionate about freeze-drying and maintains an interest in intellectual property across the freeze-drying patent landscape.
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