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Fisher BioServices Intensifies Commitment for Cell Therapy Companies in Clinical Trials and Approaching Commercialization
Date:9/5/2013

d like to learn more about the latest end-to-end cell therapy solutions from Fisher BioServices can register for Mr. O’Donnell’s webinar - “Ultra Cold Chain & Logistical Challenges in Cell Therapy Clinical and Commercial Development” on October 10th, 2013. As Fisher BioServices’ Associate Director of Cell Therapy Logistics, Mr. O’Donnell has worked with numerous clients and assisted them in designing and implementing their ultra cold chain strategies which include packaging, qualified shipping systems, and patient delivery mechanisms that are cost-effective and align with patient safety needs and FDA requirements. He brings extensive experience and insight to the process of commercialization and distribution of biological therapeutics. Mr. O’Donnell’s webinar will include his insights and address some of the topics in his recent eBook, Commercially Successful Cell Therapies: Navigating the Ultra Cold Chain Distribution Minefield. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions. Mr. O’Donnell’s eBook is available at blog.fisherbioservices.com. To learn more or register for the webinar, go to http://connect.fisherbioservices.com/webinar/cell_therapy_webinar_clinical_trials_commercialization

About Fisher BioServices

Fisher BioServices has 28 years of experience in biorepository/biobanking services, cold chain logistics, and related support services for health-related research. The company manages high value biological specimens, cell-based therapeutics, vaccines, tissues, and related data in support of both clinical and public health research; they store and distribute more than 170,000,000 samples in more than 20 facilities worldwide for government, academic, and pharmaceutical clients. Fish
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