Biomanufacturing Process Sciences
This lecture/laboratory course examines the biological, physical, and chemical scientific principles that support the design, development, and optimization of key parameters in a biomanufacturing process. Process sciences covers the essential theories that underpin the biomanufacturing operations from product formation through product purification and how those operations scale up and scale down. The topics include fermenter and bioreactor design and the design of downstream processes that maximize the yield, safety, and efficacy of a protein pharmaceutical. This course is open only to students enrolled in the biomanufacturing bachelor's degree program.
Course Number: 1786