Post-COVID Supply Chains: Lockdown Lessons Learned

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Webinar Date/Time: Tue, Jul 25, 2023 9:00 AM EDT

This webcast aims to highlight the considerable evolution that was made with regards to chemical cleanliness of rubber components and their impact on extractables and leachables.

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Event Overview:

During the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chains around the world were disrupted, especially those in the pharmaceutical industry with the critical task of delivering life-saving vaccines worldwide. Three years after the start of the pandemic, the industry has learned valuable lessons for how to de-risk the supply chain and prepare for future emergent scenarios.
In this webcast, the audience will learn how COVID-19 impacted the pharmaceutical industry and drug supply, how to mitigate risk in the future, and how to create a future-proof supply chain that will prepare the industry for what comes next.
Key Learning Objectives

  • Understand the impact COVID-19 had on global supply chains and reactions from the industry.
  • Learn ways to mitigate risk to global supply chains for future emergent scenarios.
  • Understand how the industry can learn from recent disruptions to develop strategic supply chain solutions.

Who Should Attend

  • Quality/regulatory personnel in parenteral drug delivery
  • Formulation scientists and packaging engineers
  • Device development engineers and managers
  • Technical functions surrounding drug delivery systems
  • Extractable and leachable experts
  • Procurement professionals


Gabrielle Gehron
Scientific Support Manager

From 2015 through 2019, Gabrielle Gehron attended Widener University. In that time, she earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in biomedical engineering, graduating with honors. In May of 2019, she entered the pharmaceutical packaging industry in a technical customer service role, recommending and evaluating packaging components for major drug companies. Less than a year later, the COVID-19 pandemic began, and Gabrielle saw first-hand how supply chain disruptions were affecting both companies and patients.

In 2022, Gabrielle joined Datwyler’s Technical and Scientific Support team as a Scientific Support Manager, serving customers in the North American region and globally. With a current focus on biologics, biotech, and cell and gene therapy, Gabrielle helps her clients find the perfect packaging solutions for their specialized drug products.

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