Christian Doppler Laboratory for Biosimilar Characterization

The “Christian Doppler Laboratory for Innovative Tools for Biosimilar Characterization” is a research collaboration between the University of Salzburg, Sandoz, Kundl, Austria, and Thermo Fisher Scientific,Waltham, MA, USA. It is primarily funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Economy, Family and Health through the Christian Doppler Society. The primary goal of the research project is to discover and develop innovative tools to characterize biotechnologically produced proteins that can be used as medicines by joining academic expertise in physical, biological, and functional protein characterization with industrial know-how in protein production, protein characterization, safety regulations, and pharmaceutical development. Sandoz, a world leader in the development, production, and marketing of therapeutic proteins, as well as Thermo Fisher Scientific, one of the most renowned suppliers of scientific instrumentation and software for analytical characterization, are setting the collaboration on a profound industrial and application-oriented background.

Collage of the research collaboration between the University of Salzburg, Sandoz, Kundl, Austria and Thermo Fisher Scientific, San Jose, USA

Contact:

 

Prof. Dr. Christian Huber

University of Salzburg

Department of Molecular Biology, Division and Chemistry and Bioanalytics

Hellbrunner Str. 34, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

 

E-Mail: c.huber@sbg.ac.at

 

Tel.: +43 662 8044 5704

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