Danielle Horneman | Project Manager, Bioprocess Scientist
Batavia Biosciences

Danielle Horneman, Project Manager, Bioprocess Scientist, Batavia Biosciences

Danielle Horneman, PhD., works as a technical lead at Batavia Biosciences, where she provides scientific input and writes proposals for viral vector and viral vaccine process development and manufacturing projects.
Danielle has a profound background in process development and production of vector-based and viral vaccine products, with more than 15 years of experience. She received her Ph.D in bioprocess technology from the Technical University of Delft, the netherlands. She started as Downstream Process (DSP) Scientist at Xendo where she worked in the biotechnology industry on development, modeling and optimization of DSP processes. At Batavia Biosciences she has been responsible as project manager for vaccine and viral vector process development and GMP production projects. Currently she is using her expertise as technical lead to define CMC development strategies in line with the goals set in target product profile.


WVIC/WAC Day 2 - Nov 30 @ 15:30

Intensified, low-cost manufacturing of viral vectors and viral vaccines using HIP-Vax technology

last published: 01/Dec/22 17:25 GMT

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