Our Biopharmaceutical School is the perfect course to gain a well-rounded understanding of the Biopharmaceutical industry. Over three days, you will understand the principle steps in the biopharmaceutical lifecycle, including: raw material selection, up and downstream processes and core technology. Additionally, you will be familiarised with the latest industry trends, including Industry 4.0, and how these are likely to impact the industry’s evolution.
Through a combination of sessions led by experts from the likes of GSK and Pall Biotech, as well as group discussions with your peers, you will learn how to bring a biopharmaceutical drug to market. Each day will be chaired by a different member of the BioProcess International Academy faculty and there will also be time for networking and Q&As with the experts.
What will you learn?
Past, Present & Future of the Biopharmaceutical Market
Learn about the history of the biopharmaceutical industry, with topics ranging from the history of biologics to the evolution of new products over time.
Current and Emerging Therapies
From vaccines and antibody therapeutics to cell & gene technologies – gain insight into the latest emerging trends, their applications and future potential.
Biopharmaceutical Life Cycle
Understand how biologics progress through the biopharmaceutical life cycle. From early stages in Cell Line Development and Viral Clearance to Downstream Processing and manufacturing technologies. Gain insight on how industry 4.0 is impacting each of these processes.
Hear expert opinions on the importance of an efficient tech transfer, how new tools can help facilitate the process as well as identifying and managing risks in the process.
Cell & Gene Therapy Introduction
Learn about the key definitions, science and technologies behind today's growing cell & gene therapy market.
Quality assurance and control
Hear overview of GMP for biologics, including an assessment of general principles and specific challenges within biologics.
Who is this course for?
This course is an introductory overview of the industry and is perfect for professionals early in their career, experienced specialists considering a career move into biopharmaceuticals from small molecules or medical devices, and anyone involved in a biopharmaceutical project including departments such as:
- Process development
- Process engineering
- Quality control and assurance
- Process validation
- Upstream and downstream manufacturing
- Research and development