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Geoffrey
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Geoffrey Glauser

Geoffrey Glauser is a K.W. Tunnell Contractor in support of the Manufacturing, Facilities, and Engineering Division of the Biomedical Advancement Research Development Authority (BARDA) in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPER) within the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).  This division supports the development, contracting and supply of vaccines, antivirals, diagnostics, therapeutics and ancillary products.  As a subject matter expert in supply chain functions for biologicals and pharmaceuticals, Geoff works in support of the development, testing, and manufacture of Pandemic Influenza vaccines, antiviral compounds and Radiological, Nuclear and Chemical  vaccines and therapeutics. Geoff reviews contract proposals and related documents for product development, manufacturing processes, logistics, storage and distribution issues. He provides assessment and guidance reports on contract issues involving product delivery, quality, regulatory compliance, oversight of facility design, construction, and monitoring contract progress. Geoffrey Glauser has previously worked with Pfizer Pharmaceuticals (formerly Wyeth) in the Global Packaging Technology group supporting biotech, vaccine, consumer and nutritionals with temperature controlled shipping expertise and solutions. In previous industrial positions, he has directed supply chain, biological, sterile and chemical manufacturing activities with Merck & Co. Inc. (25 years) and Fisher Clinical Services for in-line, new product and clinical biological and pharmaceutical entities both domestically and internationally.  A former US Navy officer and engineer, Mr. Glauser has a microbiology degree from Indiana University.  As an active member of the PDA, ISPE, and APICS, Geoff speaks and writes for industry forums on supply chain issues.

The Annual Cold Chain & Temperature Control Global Forum celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. Find out what Geoffrey Glauser, Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), had to say about the event in his post show report....Full Article »