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Starts 20 January 2020
Online Academy,
7 module series over 4 weeks

Bioprocess and Analytical Method Development

During this 4-week online academy you will explore the unique challenges and opportunities in the development and manufacture of biotech products

Course Overview

The biotech industry is growing at an exponential rate. Therapies such as monoclonal & polyclonal antibodies, recombinant DNA proteins and viral gene therapies provide exciting opportunities but also face unique challenges when it comes to their development and manufacture.

Over 4 weeks and 7 modules, this online course offers an accessible look at process and analytical method development for such products. Beginning with the fundamentals of bioprocessing analysis and characterization, learners will progress through the production process from upstream to harvesting and purification, to downstream processing and formulation. Other aspects such as use of analytical methods, viral safety and regulatory considerations will also be explored.

What will you learn?

Terminology

Learn to define key terms within biopharmaceutical manufacturing

Analysis and characterization

Find out how to analyse and characterize biopharmaceuticals and explore technologies such as cloning and cell banking

Investigate the entire bioprocess

Develop your understanding of upstream and downstream processing, and formulation

Process monitoring

Consider the use of analytical methods for process monitoring

Quality and regulatory requirements

Determine what is needed to establish viral safety and main compliance with quality and regulatory requirements for bioprocessing

Who is this course for?

This course is designed for all professionals directly or indirectly involved with bioprocessing and analytical development:

  • Process engineering
  • Process & product developers
  • Manufacturing
  • Quality control
  • Quality assurance
  • Regulatory 

Both levels managers and technicians

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