Biomanufacturing for the 21st Century
$795 - $895

Biomanufacturing for the 21st Century

  • July 09, 2020
  • Live, Online 9:00am-3:30pm PT View Map
  • Instructor Name: Collins Jones, PhD
  • Course Level: Level 2 - Advanced

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Biomanufacturing for the 21st Century is a one-day journey into all aspects of drug production, with a focus on biologics including cell and gene therapies. Learn about equipment and facilities, drug safety regulations, and the science driving production campaigns. Learn from a biomanufacturing professional who offers real-life insights into drug-derived product manufacturing.

Who should attend

Anyone who works in manufacturing, procurement, supply chain, quality control, clinical, administrative support, IT, business development, investment, economic development groups, legal, finance, insurance, regulatory, or policy.

Suggested Prerequisite

BioBasics 101

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  1. Types of equipment, controls, utilities and facilities needed.
  2. How to prevent and address contamination.
  3. Testing and handling requirements for master and working cell banks.
  4. Important considerations when scaling upstream, midstream and downstream.
  5. Process validation guidance through the creation of a validation master plan.
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Course Delivery:

  • Any course sceduled until August 31, 2020 will be delivered live, online zia Zoom.
  • Any course scheduled September 1, 2020 onward will be delivered onsite if stay-at-home orders for that state have been lifted and the venue is open.
  • When you arrive to the onsite course venue, check-in with building security and present your ID.

Course Materials: 

  • Live, Online course materials will be emailed to you directly. There is no pre-work.
  • Onsite course materials will be given out at the class.

Course Certificate: On the last day of the course your Course Certificate will be emailed to you directly.

Continued Learning: To further your industry knowledge, you will be automatically subscribed to the Biotch Primer WEEKLY. This free newsletter explains the science industry. The Weekly appears in your inbox every Thursday. You may unsubscribeat any time.


  • Refreshments: Coffee, tea, and water are provided throughout the day.
  • Breakfast: Not provided.
    Lunch: Provided including a vegetarian option. We regret that we are unable to accommodate any dietary needs or food allergies, so please plan to make your own arrangements for lunch.
  • Dress: For your comfort, we recommend dressing in layers as room temperature can vary. Most attendees choose to wear casual business clothing.


Refund Policy: All courses and products are final sale. No refunds, exchanges or transfers are given. If you cannot attend, you may send someone in your place by notifying Emily Sullivan at no later than one week before the start of the class.

Logistics questions: Emily Sullivan
Customized onsite training questions: Stacey Hawkins

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We do not refund purchases. However, if you cannot attend, you may send someone from your organization in your place. Please contact us with the name of your replacement so we can update our records.

Upon request, you can either transfer to another class date, or provide three-month access to video recordings of our face-to-face courses. You will be able to schedule a one-on-one, 30-minute call with a Biotech Primer industry expert to ask questions or go over content presented in the course. Contact Emily Sullivan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 410.377.4429.

Throughout the US in the major cities. Less frequently we hold classes in Canada and Australia.

Depending on space between 20-35 people attend.

We have a diverse audience in experience, education, and job description. Attendees range from C-level executives to manufacturing shift-workers; those new to the industry to season veterans who may find themselves in a different position or with a new company. This mixed of backgrounds extends the learning for all since everyone has something to contribute to and learn from the group.

The doors open at 8:30am and the class begins promptly at 9:00am. There are breaks throughout the day and 45 minutes for lunch. Classes end at 3:30pm.

A laptop, pen, and notebook.

We provide a customized workbook that includes all slides and activities presented in the course.

With the purchase of any face-to-face course, we will register you to receive for our WEEKLY e-newsletter so that you can practice of all your new-found knowledge. The WEEKLY is sent to your in-box every Thursday and explains the science behind the headlines. You may unsubscribe with one click at any time.

Course materials will be passed out at the class. If the face-to-face course has been changed to a live, online course due to COVID19, then the course materials will be mailed to the address you provide. Please contact Emily Sullivan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your address. Please note that we will NOT put these addresses in our database as we understand some may be personal home addresses.

We provide coffee, tea, and water throughout the day and a box lunch for the afternoon meal. We do not provide breakfast. We regret that we cannot accommodate those with food allergies as our meals are catered and we cannot guarantee the catering facility is free from allergy causing agents. In most cases we provide vegetarian alternatives. Please contact us with any dietary questions.

Our instructors are dynamic, industry experienced subject matter experts. In fact this is what sets us apart from other training organizations- our instructors! Anyone can “learn the presentation” but our instructors can handle your most difficult questions.

Each participant gets a certificate of attendance which will be emailed to you after the completion of the course.

We do not provide credit hours, however if an organization has access to accreditation, we are certainly willing to sign needed documents to get someone their credit hours.

We can provide face-to-face training internationally, but we do require a local lead organization

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Other Dates & Locations for this Course

October 02, 2020 - October 02, 2020
200 Clarendon Street, 27th Floor, Boston, MA
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