Bioprocess Development and Training Complex

This three-day workshop with lectures and hands-on lab exercises deals with understanding the basic concepts behind the operation of a laboratory-scale fermentors, scale-up capabilities and overall processing equipment and control systems. Discussions of fermentation, cell culture and genetic engineering technologies, including re-usable and disposable systems, are covered as well as discussion on Downstream Processing.

This Workshop will provide an insight and overview into the fundamentals of Bioreactors and Fermentation Technology for both experienced individuals and those with a rudimentary understanding of the processes. The program will provide Product and Process learning experiences through lectures and hands-on laboratory exercises with emphasis on control systems and overall design of traditional unit operations.

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

+1 (787) 806-4100
Tel. 787-806-4100 Fax 787-806-4008
Event Speakers or Sponsors

Jose Bruno-Barcena, PhD, North Carolina State University

He  is an expert in fermentation systems used for biomanufacturing. He is an upstream bioprocess development specialist with over 14 years of experience in team building and management, academic research, design of pilot plants and process development laboratories (up to 500 liters).

Mark Trotter, Trotter Biotech Solutions

He has over twenty years working experience in the pharmaceutical and life science industries. He has published numerous technical articles, book chapters and contributed expert editorial comment on these subjects. He is a member of PDA, ASM, ASQ and ISPE.