Nobel Vale | Research Scientist II
Bristol Myers Squibb | United States

Nobel Vale, Research Scientist II, Bristol Myers Squibb

Nobel Vale is a Research Scientist at Bristol-Myers Squibb since 2012. He was part of the upstream process development group and responsible for optimizing cell culture bioreactor processes to increase productivity. He transitioned internally to the Innovative Process Analytical Sciences (iPAS) group to focus on real time analytics for bioprocess monitoring and control. He has been investigating and applying various enabling technologies to bioprocesses including Raman spectroscopy, capacitance, and automated sampling. He holds a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University (2009).


Cell Culture World Congress 24th May @ 08:50

Opening remarks from the chair

Cell Culture Master

Cell Culture World Congress 24th May @ 14:40

Progress towards continuous upstream process monitoring using Raman spectroscopy

Cell Culture Master
  • Taking advantage of real-time monitoring to learn more about your process and detect changes
  • Building methods to monitor nutrients and metabolites in bioprocessing
  • Utilizing Raman in a perfusion system to closely monitor dynamic changes in cell growth and nutrient consumption

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