As your students leave you and your program and find employment in the biotechnology industry, they will suddenly find themselves in a tightly regulated environment. The nature of biotech products requires this regulation by the FDA. Unless one is familiar with this environment, it can be challenging adapt and thrive in it as a worker and an contributor to the company's success. Thus, preparation for this regulated environment is important to student success in the transition from education to the workplace.
I put together the following presentation for a Bio-Link SFF 2013 workshop to show what are key ... Read more
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13 from bio-link
Lennie Cuifo, Director of Job Training, Los Angeles Valley College, discusses strategy for biomanufacturing education and presents the Baxter model for regional biotechnology job training.
National center for therapeutics manufacturing m.pishko ccp13 from bio-link
M. Pishko from Texas A&M University describes the programs at the National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing including a STEM summer camp.
Biomanufac. ed & the texas skill standards board l.fletcher ccp13 from bio-link
Dr. Linnea Fletcher, Bio-Link co-PI, describes development of biomanufacturing skill standards throughout the state of Texas.
Annac, st. john,miller,ostertaag combined pp ccp13 ccp13 from bio-link
A series of 4 talks from partners in industry:
Ayla Annac, CEO InvivoSciences, Inc. presents their work with 3D-engineered tissue and stem cell therapeutics.
Dr. St John from Cook Pharmica, talks about their Contract Development Manufacturing Organization that is partnered with IvyTech Community College.
Kenneth E Miller from Oklahoma State Center for Health Sciences speaks about partnership with Tulsa CC Biotechnology program funded through NSF, NCRR, and NIH.
Dr. Ostertaag from Transposagen talks about their work with transgenic animals and partnership program LIFE-CELL between Industry and community colleges.