Dr. Gerhard Bauer

UC Davis Institute

Combating cancer: The incubation technology accelerating CAR-T cell therapy development

In this video, Dr. Gerhard Bauer, Professor of Hematology and Oncology and Director of the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) laboratory at the UC Davis Institute, highlights his current work on the production of CAR-T cells, powerful therapies that use a patient's own immune cells to treat cancer. Key to this work, Bauer’s team uses the MCO-170AICUVDL-PA automatic high heat sterilization CO2 incubator by PHCbi, a precisely calibrated self-sterilizing instrument that, Bauer explains, is critical to ensuring the laboratory’s gene therapy products are safe and contamination-free for patients.



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Dr. Gerhard Bauer

UC Davis Institute

Dr. Gerhard Bauer is a Professor of Hematology and Oncology and Director of the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) laboratory at the UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures. In addition to GMP design and construction expertise, Bauer also has extensive experience in the field of gene and cell therapy, having spent two decades developing novel clinical applications to improve medical outcomes for life-threatening illnesses. Bauer came to the UC Davis Health System in 2006 after designing and directing a state-of-the-art GMP laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis.