Director New Products & Innovation Brian Moloney

Director New Products & Innovation

Brian Moloney is Director New Products & Innovation at Single Use Support. With this role he is responsible for the development of new and existing products to further enhance innovation for the biopharmaceutical industry. Based on his extensive expertise as service, product and project manager at GE Power, Brian is now market expert in pharmaceutical fluid management. He has joined Single Use Support in 2021.

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February 7, 2024

Solutions for mAb development and manufacturing

Monoclonal antibody development and manufacturing are highly specialized processes, demanding equally specialized equipment. We will discuss some essential tools and systems in this article.

February 5, 2024

Solutions for automated aseptic filling of monoclonal antibodies

Filling monoclonal antibodies requires dedicated solutions that allow smooth and safe mAb processing. In this article, we will discuss some of the integral components in this procedure.

January 8, 2024

Single-use technology in mRNA manufacturing

MRNA manufacturing demands for highest accuracy, safety, and compliance. In this article, we will find out how single-use technologies can be used to achieve improvements for mRNA production and processing.

December 11, 2023

Meeting cGMP standards for vaccine manufacturing

cGMP plays a fundamental role in several stages of vaccine manufacturing. In this article, we will examine this role in more detail, including its manifold implications for vaccine manufacturers.

December 11, 2023

Challenges in vaccine development & manufacturing

Vaccine development and manufacturing are a challenging business and in order to be efficient and successful manufacturers will have to adopt advanced technologies. The obstacles are manifold and the fragility of supply chains or requirements in cold chain management are just two of the challenges in vaccine manufacturing.

September 21, 2023

Challenges in viral vector production & innovative solutions

The challenges in viral vector production are many. The manufacturing process is complex and often demands more flexibility than traditional techniques and devices can offer. Read more!

September 21, 2023

Viral Vector Vaccine - 7 Facts You Might Not Know

This article will discuss several aspects of viral vector vaccines: We will uncover seven intriguing facts that shed light on this technology: From the ability to mimic infections to the challenges of storage and the diverse applications and more. 

September 20, 2023

Aliquotation & homogenization of viral vectors

In this article, we uncover the significance of a professional aliquotation process, the challenges entailed in filling viral vectors like AAVs, and the innovative solutions supporting to master those challenges.

August 11, 2023

Cryopreservation techniques & best practice freezing methods

The preservation of cells at cryogenic temperature can be achieved using different techniques. This is far from a simple freezing process; it's a carefully controlled method that prevents the formation of ice crystals, thus maintaining the integrity of the biological material.

August 11, 2023

How to prepare cells for cryopreservation?

This guide provides an overview of the necessary steps and considerations for preparing cells for cryopreservation. Key topics include selecting appropriate cells, cultivating and harvesting them under controlled conditions, utilizing proper cryoprotective agents, and applying specific freezing techniques.

August 10, 2023

Cell viability & viability assays: 7 facts to be aware of

In research, medicine and biotechnology, cell viability is an elementary parameter and Critical Quality Attribute (CQA). In this article, we will present you 7 facts regarding the term, related concepts, improvement possibilities and more.

August 10, 2023

Cryopreservation: Purpose, process & applications

Cryopreservation is essential to maintain ex vivo viability of organic materials – indispensable, for instance, in fields like cell banking. In this article, we will explore central aspects of this technique.