Workshops

BioProcess International Conference & Exhibit, September 4 -6, 2018

We are pleased to offer the following two courses at The BioProcess International Conference & Exhibit in Boston, Ma at the Hynes Convention Center.

SINGLE USE TECHNOLOGY - A half day Introduction to Single-Use Technologies and How to Implement Single-Use into your BioProcess.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018
1 pm - 5 pm

BPI’s training workshop will focus on the importance and the implementation of Single-Use technologies in production of manufacturing facilities. The format of the course includes valuable and unbiased classroom instruction by industry expert James Dean Vogel, P.E. With Mr. Vogel’s assistance, course participants will experience the latest Single-Use products first hand during the lab portion of the course. Topics include:

  • Brief Review of Bioprocess Production Methods and Regulatory Considerations
  • Single-Use Bioprocess Equipment - Materials of Construction
  • Single-Use Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Single-Use Requirements and Risks
  • Single-Use Components available for Hands-On Demonstration

Who should take this course?

Attendees range from end-users, suppliers, sales and regulatory personnel who have a general understanding of the SUT industry and want to experience Single-Use products hands on!

Schedule:

  1. BioProcess Equipment (Multi-Use vs. Single-Use)
  2. Materials of Construction
  3. Tubing (hands-on)
  4. Single-Use Requirements
  5. Containers (hands-on)
  6. Single-Use Quality
  7. Assemblies/Connectors (hands-on)
  8. Single-Use Risk
  9. Single-Use Advantages and Disadvantages

Note:  We will stay late for extra hands on if folks want to stay late, as well as send them to the vendor booths.

INTRODUCTION TO BIOPHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING - A two-day course on the BioPharmaceutical Manufacturing Industry, learn about current trends and where the industry is going, as well as gain a better understanding on processes and methods

September 5 - 6, 2018
9 am - 5 pm

A comprehensive two-day workshop course on the basic principles and applications used in the production of BioPharmaceutical Products. The course is designed to provide an overview of the technology and parameters affecting process performance and scale-up. Application modules have been designed to demonstrate state-of-art processes. Lectures are integrated into the workshop to stress the scientific and business principles. Specific examples, such as aseptic technique, sterilization, cell growth, product filtration, and product chromatography, are presented to illustrate the problems and solutions encountered in BioPharmaceutical Manufacturing processes.

Who should take this course?

Attendees range from technically trained employees from other industries who are new to the BioPharmaceutical Industry or want to gain a better understanding of the industry’s technology and Non-Technical employees of the BioPharmaceutical Industry. It will to provide them with a better understanding of the complex Technology to produce a BioPharmaceutical Drug product.

Schedule:

  1. BioPharmaceutical/Pharmaceutical Industry overview and current trends
  2. BioPharmaceutical Process Overview
  3. Manufacturing Processes
    1. Cell Growth
    2. Purification
      1. Filtration
      2. Chromatography
    3. Fill Finish/Drug Product
  4. Facility and Support Processes
  5. Bioburden and Environmental Risks and Methods for Environmental Control
  6. Cleaning, Sanitization and Sterilization
  7. cGMP and Regulations

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Navigating the World of Single Use Technology - Fall, 2018

1 Day Workshop
University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy 
Avedisian Hall, 7 Greenhouse Road, Kingston, RI  02881

The demand for Single-Use products and technologies has exploded in the fields of biotechnology and biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Companies seeking to simplify their production while decreasing their contamination risks are quickly finding the answer in disposable, single-use materials. The need for understanding these materials and technologies through training is equally important from both the sales and manufacturing sides of the biopharmaceutical industry.

 

Email: info@bioprocessinstitute.com
Mail: 376 Dry Bridge Rd. Unit H3, North Kingstown, RI 02852
Call 401-294-9000 for additional information


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

End-users, suppliers, sales and regulatory personnel who have a general understanding of the Single-Use Technology industry, but who lack first hand exposure to Single-Use products, will benefit from this program’s information and hands-on lab time.

COURSE SUMMARY

The BioProcess Institute is internationally renowned for its testing, consulting, and training in the field of bioprocessing.  As your expert navigators in this field, BPI’s training workshop will focus on the importance and the implementation of Single-Use technologies in production of manufacturing facilities.  The format of the course includes valuable and unbiased classroom instruction by industry expert James Dean Vogel, P.E., M.E.  With Mr. Vogel’s assistance, course participants will experience the latest Single-Use products first hand during the lab portion of the course.  Topics include:

COURSE OBJECTIVE

Participants will leave the course with a much broader understanding of single-use products used in industry and their potential uses within their own companies, whether they are in the biomanufacturing or sales.

REGISTRATION

The cost per person for this full one-day course (8:30 am – 4:30 pm) is $895.  Please call (401) 294-9000 to register or email info@bioprocessinstitute.com.

COURSE LOCATION

The University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy in Avedisian Hall, 7 Greenhouse Road, Kingston, RI  02881.