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An Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of the entire monoclonal antibody production process: a comparison of single-use and multi-use processes

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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Speaker photo Speaker:
William P. Flanagan, PhD
Ecoassessment Leader
General Electric Company
GE Global Research
Niskayuna, New York

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Bill Flanagan leads the Ecoassessment Center of Excellence for the General Electric Company and is based at GE Global Research in upstate New York. Bill’s team offers comprehensive technical expertise in life cycle assessment, carbon footprinting, human health and environmental risk assessment. He also works closely with GE’s Corporate Environmental Programs team on the development of programs and policy in these areas.

Bill graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech in 1985 and received a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Connecticut in 1991. He spent the first 10 years of his career focused on various aspects of environmental technology, including site remediation, air and water treatment, and pollution prevention. He spent the next six or so years managing GE’s combinatorial chemistry lab, a team responsible for developing and applying high throughput screening for materials development. In 2007, he returned to his roots to lead the Ecoassessment Center of Excellence.

Bill serves on GE’s extended corporate ecomagination team and is on the Advisory Council for the American Center for Life Cycle Assessment.

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Matthew D. Pietrzykowski, MSc, PGDip
Lead Scientist
General Electric Company
GE Global Research, Niskayuna, New York

Matt Pietrzykowski is a Lead Scientist in the Ecoassessment Center of Excellence for the General Electric Company and is based at GE Global Research in upstate New York. Matt’s efforts are focused on applying his expertise in life cycle assessment to key projects in support of the GE businesses. He is also active in the LCA community developing advanced analytics for life cycle assessment.

Matt received his B.A. in Chemistry from the State University of New York at Potsdam in 1995, his M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Rochester in 1997 and, obtained a PGDip (with distinction) in Industrial Data Modeling from DeMontfort University in Leicester, UK in 2011. He has been working in industry for over 15 years in roles ranging from systems engineering, product development, manufacturing optimization and core research. His varied skill set includes expertise in environmental modeling, pollution prevention, data analytics, and chemical sensing.


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