Computerized Systems Representative at Baxalta
After graduating from the Technical College for Biochemistry and Biochemical Technology, Mr. Dittinger began his professional career in 1984 in the Pharmacology and Toxicology Department. In 1990, he moved to production, where he was initially responsible for pilot production and upscaling of Factor IX in fine fractionation.
In 2001, he shifted his focus towards computerized systems, where he was involved in the ERES project (ERES = Electronic Records and Electronic Signatures), among others.
Since then, his main focus has been on the planning, qualification and validation of various production systems in the field of fractionation of plasma products.