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Lakshmi Krishnan

Vice-Pesident, Life Sciences

National Research Council Canada

Dr. Lakshmi Krishnan was appointed as the Vice President of Life Sciences on April 1, 2022 after recently acting in the position. In this capacity, she oversees the Human Health Therapeutics, Aquatic and Crop Resource Development and Medical Devices research centres. As a globally recognized Life Sciences researcher, Dr. Krishnan has been a leader for driving innovation in the area of vaccine technologies and novel biologics for the improvement of human health. Over the course of her career, she has represented NRC and government of Canada at various national and international joint committees and has been invited as guest speaker on many occasions. In her current role, she is committed to health innovation and sustainable bio-economy.

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Sessions Lakshmi Krishnan is a part of

Thursday, June 9, 2022

What does the future of advanced manufacturing look like?

2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
in Salon 11

Talk Description

Advancing Disruptive technologies and ecosystem innovation for Biomanufacturing resilience in Canada

The COVID-19 pandemic imposed unprecedented health and societal challenges and yet inspired a rapid and global response, coordinated across sectors and sometimes among nations, culminating in the expedient arrival of life-saving vaccines and therapeutics. Looking forward, there is a need to bolster multi-disciplinary innovation for various design elements that can de-risk the manufacturing process, and ensure robust and rapid population scale manufacturing for multiple product types. Turn-key plug and play rapid production platforms that apply synthetic biology, nanoscale-innovation for product selection and microfluidic and senor-based analytics and digitalization can accelerate the development of precision biologics. Canada leads in the discovery and development of such disruptive technologies. Investments in robust infrastructure for in-house manufacturing of myriad of products can establish Canada’s leadership in Biomanufacturing science and its application ensuring future reliance to tackle health care needs.

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