UCL MBI Industrial Training Programme

  • 10:00, 30 Sep 20 - 17:00, 1 Jul 21
  • University College London, London
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UCL Biochemical Engineering is delighted to announce its 2020-21 MBI Training Programme.

The Modular Training for the Bioprocess Industries (MBI) programme is a series of intensive short courses focused on the bioprocessing industry and designed for industry professionals. Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2019, the MBI Programme has a long history of equipping the bioprocessing industry's workforce with up-to-date skills and knowledge of process options in order to rapidly develop validatable, efficient and robust processes. It also provides invaluable insights on the latest technical and regulatory developments and achieves this via a flexible route that provides ongoing motivation, creativity and professional status for participants.

These courses are led by senior UCL Biochemical Engineering Faculty members and in collaboration with over 70 industrial experts.

Emphasis is on teaching through interactive problem solving case studies in small classes for effective learning. Each course is UCL-accredited and can be taken individually or combined for a Masters level qualification.

• Principles of Fermentation Processes [Online] | 5– 9 October 2020
• Rapid Fermentation Process Design [Online] | 19 – 23 October 2020
• Downstream Processing: From Cell to Column [Online] | 16 – 19 November 2020
• Downstream Processing: Chromatography [Online] | 16 – 19 November 2020
• Current Challenges in Mammalian Cell Processing | 1 - 4 February 2021
• Vaccine Bioprocess Development and Commercialisation | 17- 19 February 2021
• Quality by Design for Effective Bioprocess Characterisation and Validation | 8 -11 March 2021
• Design of Experiments for Bioprocess Optimisation | 22 - 24 March 2021
• Cell and Gene Therapy Bioprocessing and Manufacture | 17 - 20 May 2021
• Bioprocess Design and Economic Evaluation | 14 - 17 June 2021
• Bioprocess Facility Design | 28 June -3 July 2021
• Antibody Targeted Therapies | Available Online
• Industrial Biotechnology: Biocatalysts through to Synthetic Biology | Available Online

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