Bridging the gap between bioscience and engineering
UCL’s Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering has announced its 2018-19 programme of short courses and CPD for the bioprocess industry.
The Modular Training for the Bioprocess Industries Programme (MBI¬Æ) comprises a series of UCL-accredited short courses in bioprocessing, designed specifically for industrialists, that can be taken as stand-alone modules or can be combined for Certificate, Diploma or Masters qualifications. These courses aim to bridge the gap between bioscience and engineering and can lead to UCL qualifications at masters level.
The MBI Team have announced an exciting programme of¬†short courses and CPD taking place from Autumn 2018 through to Summer 2019. This programme features a new course on Cell and Gene Therapy (29th April ‚Äì 1st May 2019) and new material for the course on Current Challenges in Mammalian Cell Processing (21st ‚Äì 24th January 2019).
In addition to the training schedule, there are are two courses that are available to participate in online at any time. A new course on Antibody Targeted Therapies is available now, and a course on¬†Industrial Biotechnology: Biocatalysis through to Synthetic Biology is coming soon.
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Programme of short courses and CPD for the bioprocess industry
1st ‚Äì 3rd October 2018 – Principles of Fermentation Processes
15th ‚Äì 17th October 2018 – Rapid Fermentation Process Design
12th ‚Äì 15th November 2018 – Downstream Processing ‚Äì From Cell to Column
26th ‚Äì 29th November 2018 – Downstream Processing ‚Äì Chromatography
21st ‚Äì 24th January 2019 – Current Challenges in Mammalian Cell Processing
25th ‚Äì 28th February 2019 – Quality by Design for Effective Bioprocess Characterisation and Validation
11th ‚Äì 13th March 2019 – Design of Experiments for Bioprocess Optimisation
29th April ‚Äì 1st May 2019 – Cell and Gene Therapy Bioprocessing NEW
3rd ‚Äì 6th June 2019 – Bioprocess Design & Economic Evaluation
11th ‚Äì 13th June 2019 – Vaccine Bioprocess Development and Commercialisation (MIT, USA)
24th ‚Äì 27th June 2019 – Bioprocess Facility Design
Keep your skills up to date with an MBI course
Keeping up to date with new technologies and methodologies is essential to¬† the bioprocess industry. By taking part in an MBI¬Æ course you will:
- Gain access to cutting edge research methodologies
- Network with sector leaders and subject matter experts
- Get updates on latest technical and regulatory developments
- Benefit from flexible professional development and options for qualifications up to Masters level
- Deepen your understanding of process options and engineering constraints
- Acquire the tools to optimise process performance and economics
You can find out more and sign up for MBI courses here.