May 15-17, 2018: Dr. Leyer Set to Present on Probiotic Manufacturing Excellence at Vitafoods Europe
UAS Labs is excited to once again be exhibiting at Vitafoods Europe!
For UAS Labs this is not just another show. For the first time ever, we will be unveiling our expanded fermentation facility! Come visit our booth to learn more.
Accompanying this reveal will be a presentation from our CSO, Dr. Gregory Leyer on Probiotic Manufacturing Excellence. Details on the presentation can be found below.
Probiotic Manufacturing Excellence, from Fermentation to Finished Product
The probiotic industry must maintain consistent, high levels of quality to develop a product consumers can trust. Join Dr. Leyer as he discusses the best practices in probiotic manufacturing that lead to quality product. He will combine knowledge from UAS Labs’ role in the creation of IPA Best Practice Guidelines with personal experience obtained as the CSO of a vertically integrated company. UAS Labs knows first-hand the struggles and successes that come with probiotic manufacturing excellence.
3 Key Takeaways
- Probiotic manufacturing best practices
- Improving quality and efficiency in fermentation
- Preventing potential pitfalls
- When: May 16th, 1:30pm – 2:10pm
- Where: Probiotic Resource Center Theatre
- Speaker: Dr. Gregory Leyer, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer of UAS Laboratories
- Speaker biography (up to 150 words) Dr. Greg Leyer has dedicated his professional career to probiotic advancement making him not only a critical component of UAS Labs but a world-renowned expert, educator and speaker in the field. To continue driving the industry and UAS Labs forward, Dr. Greg continues research in the areas of probiotic bioprocess development, application development, and clinical sciences. To-date he has authored or co-authored 24 publications in the areas of probiotic clinical results, application know-how, safety parameters, and holds patents in the field. In addition, he is an active member of both the International Probiotic Association (IPA) and International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP). A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Greg received his M.S and Ph.D. in Food Microbiology and Toxicology studying the pathogenesis of various organisms including Clostridium botulinum and Salmonella typhimurium. His post-graduate career has since focused on the beneficial effects microbes have on humans.