Duration: 3 days
Our introduction courses are aimed at scientists, operatives, engineers and managers who are early in their career, who want to gain an understanding of the theory and techniques used in biomanufacturing.
This course delivers an introduction to the typical upstream operations carried out in biomanufacturing, with an emphasis on biopharmaceuticals and advanced therapies. Participants will take part in a combination of theoretical and hands-on practical sessions from the lab bench to the bioreactor, covering the upstream process flow typical of vaccine and cell and gene therapy manufacturing.
Delivered in partnership with industry experts the Introduction to upstream bioprocessing training course is aimed at early career biotechnology professionals. It introduces delegates to common concepts and terminology used in bioprocessing – from cell culture to bioreactor and single-use upstream technologies, process control and evaluation. Adherent versus suspension cell culture and scale-up techniques are also covered. Our unique training facility houses state-of-the-art equipment that provides delegates with the opportunity to gain hands on practical training in complex bioprocessing procedures.
Who should attend:
Tuesday 30 November - Thursday 2 December 2021
Tuesday 3 - Thursday 5 May 2022
All our training courses are Covid safe and we have strict Risk Assessments in place to ensure our participants safety. Course fees are fully refundable should you need to cancel due to Covid. All participants are asked to have a negative Covid test prior to attending our courses.