Biomanufacturing

WPI offers many unique biomanufacturing workshops thanks to the Biomanufacturing Education & Training Center. Each program combines hands-on, lab-based projects with seminars. Start learning new skills or enhancing the ones you currently have by attending one of our upcoming workshops.

Most training programs will be offered multiple times each year. Below are the date options, or set of date options for you to select from.

 

Troubleshooting the Biomanufacturing Process and Root Cause Analysis

September 25, 2015;  December 14, 2015;  April 15, 2016
.65 CEUs
Learn about and practice troubleshooting and root cause analysis in real time, within a full pilot-scale manufacturing setting.

Downstream Principles and Techniques

November 17-20, 2015;  March 8-11, 2016
2.8 CEUs
Improve your basic skills in separation and purification of bio-manufactured products.

Upstream Processing of Animal Cell Culture Products

December 7-11, 2015;  May 16-20, 2016
2.8 CEUs
Understand all aspects of culture technology to ensure your capable and confident in handling these processes.

Fundamentals of Bioprocessing for Engineers

July 28-31, 2015;  February 9-12, 2016
2.8 CEUs
Engage in hands-on experiences that lend a deeper understanding of the interplay between the process and the mechanics of the equipment.

Fundamentals of Biomanufacturing

September 28, 2015;  April 18, 2016     (8-week, evening program)
9.2 CEUs
Customized program to provide the skills and knowledge needed to secure employment and career success in the Massachusetts biomanufacturing industry.

Microbial Fermentation Development: Scale-up and Manufacturing

November 3-6, 2015;  Spring 2016 TBA
2.8 CEUs
Thaw seed vials and perform scale-up operations from a shake flask to a bench top fermenter to a pilot scale fermenter, while learning the fundamentals of microbial growth, cell line development, and media composition and selection.

Insect Cell Culture and Baculovirus Expression Vector System

September 21-24, 2015;  April 11-14, 2016
2.8 CEUs
Learn insect cell culture techniques the utility of the baculovirus expression vector system (BEVS), and how proteins are produced, modified and localized during infection at the molecular level. 

 
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