In this episode of the Drug Solutions Podcast, John Koleng, VP of product development and manufacturing for TFF Pharmaceuticals shares outsourcing strategies in biopharma.
In what instances should organizations outsource vs. insource? Determining the right outsourcing strategy is key to limit unnecessary costs, maintain output and turnaround times, and enable continued flexibility. Meg Rivers, senior editor, and John Koleng, VP of product development and manufacturing for TFF Pharmaceuticals, will discuss:
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John Koleng, PhD, VP of Product Development and Manufacturing, TFF Pharmaceuticals: Koleng has co-founded several life sciences development and industrialization consultancies focused on product development, manufacturing, scale up, commercialization, and supply chain management. He has more than 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, including more than 10 years as a consultant. Koleng has been a founding member of three drug development companies that are actively developing new products. He has a diverse range of drug development experience from formulation to route of administration. He has published numerous scientific research articles and is an inventor on 16 issued US patents and pending patent applications. Koleng has worked with TFF Pharmaceuticals as a consultant and is an inventor on several provisional patent applications filed on behalf of TFF. Prior to his consulting career, Koleng was a founding member and served in various roles at PharmaForm before the company was sold to Akela Pharma, Inc. in 2007. John Koleng, Ph.D., R.Ph., VP of Product Development and Manufacturing at TFF Pharmaceuticals has a BS degree in Pharmacy (1994), and a PhD in Pharmaceutics (2002), both from the University of Texas at Austin where he currently holds an adjunct assistant professor of pharmaceutics appointment and serves on the UT College of Pharmacy Dean’s Advisory Council. He is a registered pharmacist.
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