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This course is designed to further the understanding of contamination as it related to sterile processing. Topics include environmental monitoring, aseptic technique, media fills, and microbiological identification of contaminants commonly found in biomanufacturing. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate correct aseptic techniques and sources of contamination. Topics include microbiological identification, bacteria, fungi, viruses, contamination control, environmental monitoring, media fills, and microbial growth control.