The Cell & Gene Therapy industry is a rapidly growing area of medicine. However, although both cell and gene therapies offer a regenerative approach to treat disease, their modes of action and individual manufacturing techniques are largely different from one another.
Over 6 sessions, this course will take you on a deep dive into the different product types that exist under the Cell & Gene Therapy umbrella, then compare key manufacturing principles. You will consider aspects such as viral vector vs. non-viral vector genetic manipulation methods in gene and gene-modified cell therapies, EU & US expectations when working with cells, and the importance of cryogenics to safeguard and transport your product to the patient.
Live Online Academies
Gain real-time access to a subject matter expert delivering online training in a structured virtual classroom environment. Live online academies are virtual versions of some of our most popular face-to-face courses, delivered in bitesize sessions of 1.5-3 hours online.
Over 2 weeks students will learn through:
- Live interactive bitesize sessions
- Direct interaction with the trainer during live sessions
- Participation in interactive features within sessions including polls, Q&A, break out rooms, tasks, case studies, and more
- Revisiting recorded sessions with unlimited access for 30 days
- Interaction with peers during live sessions and through the online forum
Timings and dates are subject to change - final confirmation will be provided with login details. Delegates will receive login instructions within a week of the course start date. If you have any questions please contact email@example.com.
What will you learn?
Familiarise yourself with the different types of products which exist in the Cell & Gene Therapy Industry, including: induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), CAR T and haematopoietic stem cells
Take a deep dive into the manufacturing fundamentals of the different types of products that exist and understand where similarities and differences arise
Consider the influence of patient location and transportation on manufacturing a Cell or Gene Therapy product
Understand the importance of developing an effective freeze/thaw protocol and appreciate how getting this process wrong can sabotage your whole product
Consolidate the knowledge you have learned by looking at two industry case studies looking at manufacturing haematopoietic stem cells and lentiviral vectors for Beta Thalassaemia, as well as looking at CAR T manufacture
Who is this course for?
This course is applicable to people who are interested in entering Cell & Gene Therapy manufacturing, as well as those already new to a manufacturing-based role. This course may also be applicable to those in more senior-level roles who need to understand the key manufacturing principles of the industry. Relevant departments may include:
- Process Development
- Research & Development
- Clinical Staff
- Process Engineers
- Process Development
Delegates of our live online courses said...
25% discount on Routledge books
As a student on the course you will receive a 25% discount on any Routledge books or eBooks. To view the full product range visit the Routledge website www.routledge.com.
Examples of books and eBooks within biopharmaceuticals include:
- Gene and Cell therapies: Market Access and Funding
- Gene and Cell Therapy: Therapeutic Mechanisms and Strategies
- Bioprocess Engineering: Downstream Processing
- Bioreactors: Animal Cell Culture Control for Bioprocess Engineering
- Fundamentals of Modern Bioprocessing
- And more