Keeping the PEGS Community Connected, the Conversation Going and Breakthrough Research Evolving

PEGS Summer Symposium is a 4-day, 4-part topic-focused series that will feature the latest biotherapeutics research and strategies for accelerating biologics development.

This symposium is an opportunity to share ideas and challenges openly with peers. The experience will be enhanced by the quality, energy and diversity of the people participating.

Register for a single day or attend all 4 days and gain access presentations from industry experts working across the entire spectrum of biopharmaceutical development and production. These resources will be available on-demand for all registered participants.


DAY 1  |  View Agenda

Investigating new engineering and modeling techniques for antibodies and biologics to improve efficiency, speed turnaround time, accelerate candidate screening and augment traditional experimental techniques.

DAY 2  |  View Agenda

Exploring the latest targets, technologies and formats enabling the next generation of oncology biotherapeutic drug development, including antibodies, cellular therapies and novel constructs.

DAY 3  |  View Agenda

Examining the next steps in broadening the application of the Multi-Attribute Method (MAM) and mass spectrometry-based tools in biopharmaceutical development.

DAY 4  |  View Agenda

Evaluating emerging and evolving recombinant protein expression and production tools at the convergence of biotechnology, genetic engineering, information technology, and bioprocessing.

Featured and Keynote Speakers

Michaela W. Bowden, PhD
Executive Director, Solid Tumor Disease, Bristol Myers Squibb Co.

Roderick Chalk, PhD
Head, Mass Spectrometry, Structural Genomics Consortium, United Kingdom

Matthew P. DeLisa, PhD
William L. Lewis Professor of Engineering, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Cornell University

Raymond J. Deshaies, PhD
Senior Vice President, Global Research, Amgen Inc.

Ron Weiss, PhD
Professor, Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

K. Dane Wittrup, PhD
CP Dubbs Professor, Chemical Engineering & Bioengineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Contact the Team


For program questions or suggestions, contact:

Kent Simmons
Senior Conference Director
T: 207-329-2964


For partnering and sponsorship information, contact:

Companies A-K

Jason Gerardi
Sr. Manager, Business Development

Companies L-Z

Ashley Parsons
Manager, Business Development


For media and association partnerships, contact:

Nicole Proulx
Director of Product Marketing
T: 781-972-5417