Aseptic Processing

Biopharmaceutical manufacturing relies on the skillful application of aseptic techniques.

Aseptic Processing

Biopharmaceutical manufacturing relies on the skillful application of aseptic techniques to ensure the manufacture and distribution of sterile drug products. Due to the chemically fragile nature of heat-labile drugs, including many biologics and proteinaceous molecules, aseptic processing is utilized to manufacture product that is typically delivered by injection directly into a patient’s bloodstream. Contamination of these drug products via the introduction of microorganisms, endotoxins or particulates leads to product failure, product destruction and the potential for illness or death of patients and consumers. In our aseptic processing courses, students experience hands-on training in aseptic techniques in a simulated CGMP biomanufacturing environment to ready them for various careers in the biopharmaceutical industry.

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Aseptic Processing I
Are you new to the pharmaceutical or life science  sectors? Need to brush up your skills?... more
Aseptic Processing II
Build on the foundation you constructed in Aseptic Processing Level I with this course, a hands-on... more
Cleanroom Gowning
Aseptic gowning is a system of donning apparel to prevent the contamination of aseptic processing... more
Environmental Monitoring Program for Aseptic Processing

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Aseptic Gowning for the Cleanroom
One of the primary safeguards that life science companies use to help prevent contamination in... more
Autoclave Operation
In this interactive lesson, we'll cover an overview of the autoclave, review safety considerations... more
Batch Documents
In this interactive exercise, you will learn the importance of batch documents by reviewing the... more
Bioflow 110 Bioreactor
The BioFlow 110 Bioreactor is used to incubate cells on a laboratory scale. In this module, you... more
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