Develop sought-after skills.
1 Day Course | 8:00am to 4:00pm | Kingston, RI
Study theories and practices
Learn advanced purification methods
Use cutting edge technologies
Chromatography plays a major role in pharmaceutical research, helping ensure safe product manufacturing as the process allows lab technicians to separate mixtures into their purest state. It can also aid in discovering new medicines and improving existing medicines. Understanding its process and uses can help advance your career.
You’ll learn about the principles and practices of current chromatography methods used for advanced downstream refinement of therapeutic proteins in the biopharmaceutical industry. Theories and best practices, critical for success in industrial chromatography, are presented including resin and column choices, as well as column packing and final protein purification.
- Gain knowledge and training in advanced protein purification methods using instrumentation such as high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
- Learn cutting edge technologies that are used in the biopharmaceutical industry to refine crude therapeutic proteins into patient-ready medicines.
- Gain knowledge and understanding beyond basic downstream Protein A purification methods, including discussions of next-generation technologies in downstream processing.
A PDI/RI Bio Partnership
This class is offered through a partnership with the University of Rhode Island Pharmaceutical Development Institute (PDI). and RI Bio. PDI offers state-of-the-art clean lab operations for hands-on training as well as leading experts in pharmaceutical development, backed by URI’s College of Pharmacy. The facility includes modern classrooms, working labs and fully functional manufacturing spaces.
Who should attend this course?
Course work and laboratory exercises are designed for engineers, scientists, managers and technical personnel who seek an in-depth review of chromatography principles and their application to processes in the areas of process development, manufacturing and quality assurance/validation.
In-person lectures and hands on activities in a simulated Good Manufacturing Practice facility to ensure products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards.
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