Starts 3 February 2020
5 module series over 5 weeks
Early Stage Upstream Process Development
During this 5-week online academy you will gain a comprehensive understanding of successful upstream processing development
Upstream processing refers to the first phase in biomolecule production. This process involves a series of intricate steps which must be carefully followed to ensure a successful transition to downstream processing.
Over the course of 5 weeks this course will walk you through the basics of early-stage upstream process development for mammalian and microbial products. The course will focus on USP planning, cell-line development, media selection and will finish with quality considerations to help you lay the foundations for a successful and productive bioprocess.
What will you learn?
Understand processes involved with cell-line development including requirements, stability studies and vector design
Consider selection of media for different production strategies, testing and characterisation, viral and GMP concerns
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the initial upstream development process
Familiarise yourself with key quality considerations such as quality by design, experimental design and risk management
Who is this course for?
This course will be of interest to all professionals involved in upstream process development, including:
- Process scientists
- Technicians and technologists
- Bioprocess engineers
- Cell line development specialists
- Cell culture specialists
- Product managers
- Process development managers
- Quality assurance specialists
- Validation technicians