Cell Therapy Manufacturing: Getting it Right From the Start
Delivered at Cell Therapy Catapult, Guy’s Hospital, London
A 3 day training course by amc/Cell Therapy Catapult/UCL Biochemical Engineering
This course is designed for cell therapy professionals from both industry and academia, currently involved in cell therapy research, process development and early manufacture, whose passion is to develop commercially viable cell therapy products.
The course objective is to challenge delegates to think about the commercial product, market, and process from the outset and to use that information to inform the process development and manufacturing strategy for clinical trials.
This will be achieved through lectures from a wide range of experienced, successful, international industrialists building on a solid framework of regulatory requirements. The experience gained will be put to use in developing case study processes and understanding how these processes relate to cost of goods models and what factors most impact the cost of goods.
A final presentation to the panel of industrialists with feedback will round off the training course experience.
The training course is CPD accredited by the UCL MBI® Programme and the Institute of Biology.
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