Advanced courses are aimed at those working in research and development, process development and those are who are already working in the sector, who want to gain a deeper understanding of the theory and techniques used in biomanufacturing, understand and experience state-of-the-art techniques and methodologies, and appreciate the current and future challenges in biomanufacturing.
The creation of this course has been funded by IUK through the ATSTN.
Delivered in partnership with industry leaders this five-day course provides in-depth training in analytical methodologies and technologies for the characterisation and qualification of therapeutic proteins, including antibodies, vaccines, and viral vectors. Hands-on practical sessions provide experience of state-of-the-art analytical methods for protein analysis, including gel electrophoresis, PCR primer design, immunoassays, cell counting and flow cytometry. Expert sessions will include strategy and common practices for the use of orthogonal methods for the assessment of product critical quality attributes – including product-related and process-related impurities, regulatory compliance as well as the application of design of experiments.