Process Control and Cultivation under GMP
Are you interested in cultivation and process control? In this course you will learn more about the setup and controls of the bioreactor, the cultivation process, and the GMP regulations for cultivation.
- 2 days
- Course fee
- € 1295 (excl. VAT)
Cultivation in bioreactors is one of the main upstream processes in pharmaceutical production. It is important to have a clear understanding of the steps during the cultivation process, control loop determination with different sensors and actuators, sterilization and setting up a bioreactor.
Production of pharmaceuticals in microorganisms or mammalian cells requires a thorough preparation such as organism selection, growing conditions, characteristics of the active molecule etc. For the cultivation process, all the parameters should be set beforehand and are controlled during the process based on your production method.
This course offers the fundamentals of the cultivation process in a bioreactor. Trainees will gain insight into bioreactors and cultivation processes. They will also gain first-hand experience on the initiation of cultivation and process control, applicable in a GMP environment.
· To gain deep knowledge about cultivation and bioreactors
· To experience the initiation of a cultivation and the process control
· To be familiar with the requirements and conditions of cultivation processes in the pharmaceutical industry
Everyone who has an interest in cultivation and wants to work with bioreactors.
Semih Ekimler (Biotech Training Facility)
Cristina Bernal Martinez (Applikon)
Imko Gaastra (Applikon)
Rowin Timmermans (Applikon)
Biotech Training Facility, Leiden
• Introduction to cultivation and bioreactors
Applikon Biotechnology, Delft
• Bioreactor design, scale up, SIP systems
Wed 25 Sep
Thu 26 Sep
- Wed 25 Sep
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