Online Course: Principles of Biomanufacturing – Using Biotechnology to Manufacture Medicines

 

Online Course: Principles of Biomanufacturing – Using Biotechnology to Manufacture Medicines

ABOUT

Over six weeks of content, MIT faculty and industry experts teach:

  • How small changes in a protein therapeutic may change its efficacy, safety, and manufacturability.
  • The method by which living cells are engineered to produce complex therapeutic proteins.
  • The way in which reactors are designed to support the growth of living cells that produce a target therapeutic.
  • How protein therapeutics are purified and how previous manufacturing steps inform how this is performed.
  • The keys to manufacture biopharmaceuticals in a regulated environment and analyze examples and case studies highlighting key biomanufacturing challenges.

 

FUNDING

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MIT INSTRUCTORS

Dr. Paul W. Barone
(Center for Biomedical Innovation)

Prof. J. Christopher Love
(Chemical Engineering) 

Dr. Stacy L. Springs
(Center for Biomedical Innovation)

ART DIRECTOR

Betsy Skrip
(Center for Biomedical Innovation)

 

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