Peter Marshall | Principal Technology Engineer

Peter Marshall, Principal Technology Engineer, AstraZeneca

Peter J Marshall BSc(Eng), CEng, MIChemE
Associate Engineering Director, AstraZeneca Global Engineering, Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK. 
Originally trained as a Biochemical Engineer at University College London, Peter has worked for ICI/Zeneca/AstraZeneca for 32 years, with around 20 years working with high hazard chemicals and APIs. 
Responsibilities include Company Global Subject Matter Expert for containment systems and Project Technical Manager/Engineering Lead for multiple international OSD developments, responsible for ensuring appropriate technology is procured and installed to meet client requirements.
Support to multiple emerging market CMOs in areas of technical transfer and worker safety.
Developed qualitative risk assessment tools for cross contamination and worker exposure risks in development and operational scale activities.
2005 Astrazeneca Global R&D prize for development of flexible containment technology in API/Chemical development areas.
External Activities 
Co-chair Containment CoP Committee 2006-9, current member.
Member of Author teams for 
‘SMEPAC’ containment system testing good practise guide (1st and 2nd Edns), 
Cross Contamination Baseline guide (RiskMAPP) (1st/2nd Edns)
OSD Baseline Guide 3rd Edition author team. 
Issues with the Safe Handling of Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs), Pharm. Eng. 35(3), 90-103 (2015)
UK Nuclear Isolator User Forum
    Pharmaceutical industry representative 2004 -2007
Peter is married with three children and a dog. He is interested in all periods of military history and still plays cricket (badly).

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There are two parts to the Festival of Biologics: the five world-class international conferences covering Antibodies, Immunotherapy, BioSimilars, Clinical Trials, and High Potency APIs; and an exhibition featuring the most exciting technology and solutions for pharma and biotech. There is a registration fee to attend the conferences. To visit the exhibition is free.

Conference 29 - 31 October • Exhibition & Seminars 29 - 31 October 

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