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The accuracy and high-volume replicability of plastic diagnostic consumables are crucial for the final detection of diseases.
What needs to be considered when manufacturing a thin-wall PCR Plate or complex multi-component cartridges for molecular diagnostics applications? How does a final assembly production of Point-of-Care tests look like? This webinar offers exemplary insights into production challenges and solutions from a CDMO perspective, incorporating the actual topic of consumables for the COVID-19-detection.
Subscribe to this webinar to find out more about the production and assembly of diagnostic consumables from a CDMO perspective.
Jerome Oesker holds a Commercial Degree and has an almost decennial technical experience in injection molding for the Automotive, Pharma, and Laboratory fields. His educational background focuses on advanced material science for Plastics and advanced molding technology - High precision & high cavity tooling.
He worked as Project Manager for the Industrialization of technical plastic components for Automotive and Laboratory, with a focus on microfluidic and high-strength technical parts.
He is currently an Account Manager at Stevanato Group. He is responsible for the project management during concept and definition phase, focusing on diagnostics consumables with high throughput and POC dev