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Event: ATE Project Talks: Speed networking and Industrial biomanufacturing

Event: ATE Project Talks: Cell Therapy, Flow Cytometry and High School Work-based Learning

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Talk 1: Development of a hands-on Flow Cytometry Curriculum An FCC instructor operating a flow cytometer Photo credit: Savita Prabhakar Description : This presentation will focus on the progress made in creating a cost-effective, industry-validated Flow cytometry training. With support from the Building a Cell Therapy and Flow Cytometry Workforce NSF ATE grant, FCC has successfully trained 32 students in fundamental Flow cytometry skills. Additionally, the curriculum has been disseminated to the Northeast Biomanufacturing Center & Collaborative (NBC2) (Biomanufacturing.org), to facilitate the introduction of hands-on flow cytometry curriculum in other biotech programs nationwide. Speaker : Savita Prabhakar, PhD, PI Frederick ... Read more

Event: ATE Project Talks: Bioscience in Atlanta and Building Inclusive Labs

Event: ATE Project Talks: Empowering Educators with Genome Editing and BioSCOPE

Event: ATE Project Talks: The NOBLE Project and Antibody Engineering

Event: ATE Project Talks: Dual Credit High School DNA Sequencing and Biotechnician Education at the Wistar Institute

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Dr. Joseph Oleniczak's Canvas modules on biotechnology in Spain and Iceland Dr. Oleniczak's travels were funded by: 1. The Sakura Science Exchange Program - This programs provides an opportunity to study biotech in Japan. 2. NSF Dear Colleague Letter, NSF 19-057 : International Training and Education in Advanced Technologies (ATE-I) describes opportunities for studying international biotech. 3. The Fulbright program. The second video (below) is shows Dr. Kristy Shuda McGuire and one of Wistar's students, appearing on Good Day Philadelphia. Read more

Event: ATE Project Talks: NISTCHO Cells for Teaching Biomanufacturing

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Description : NISTCHO cells are a newly released recombinant cell line that produce cNISTmAb, an industry relevant, open access monoclonal antibody to RSV. The NISTCHO cell line was developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and MilliporeSigma and is available as a research grade test material (RGTM 10197). A lab-based curriculum has been developed to facilitate the use of the NIST CHO cell line in biomanufacturing courses and workforce development programs. Standard operating procedures, batch records and corresponding data will be shared for small scale NIST CHO growth and mAb production. Outcomes of undergraduate research projects on ... Read more

Event: ATE Project Talks: Bio Blend 1.0 and Social Dogs

Event: ATE Project Talks: Galvanizing Gaps in Classroom to Career and Antibody Alchemy

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Talk 1: Antibody Alchemy: Transforming Students into Scientists Description: In 'Antibody Alchemy: Transforming Students into Scientists,' we embark on an educational journey that transcends traditional learning, blending classroom education with the rigorous science of antibody engineering. Our program is designed as a crucible for innovation, where theoretical knowledge meets practical application. In this talk, we will highlight our blend of curriculum that balances cutting-edge lectures with hands-on laboratory experiences. We will share how we guide our students through the immune system to uncover the secrets of antibody engineering and development. Speakers : Dylan Bulseco, PhD (PI) Institute for Future Intelligence, ... Read more

Event: ATE Project Talks: Regenerative Medicine Workforce and Biotech Careers

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In Talk 1: Dr. Gary Green discussed their grant program aimed at increasing knowledge and application of regenerative medicine among K-12, community college, and HBCU faculty. The program included faculty development activities and the development of an educational ecosystem for regenerative medicine. The team also developed webinars and published articles to provide foundational training and education. Check out earlier presentations from this project: From Curriculum to Workforce: How to Bring Regenerative Medicine to Your Students Advances in tissue engineering, bioprinting, and body-on-a-chip technologies In Talk 2: Dr. Sandra Porter discussed updates and features on the Biotech-Careers.org website, including a newly ... Read more

Event: ATE Project Talks: Improving Awareness Through Curated Outreach and Internships in Protein Biomanufacturing

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Talk 1: Curated Outreach Experiences Increase Awareness of the Biotechnology Industry and Career Education Pathways Description : This presentation will provide examples of innovative and effective approaches to improve the awareness of the biotechnology/life science industry and the biotechnology program amongst Santa Monica College (SMC) counselors, administrators, and potential students. Through the distribution of pre- and post-workshop surveys, the data shows that upon completion of an intentionally curated outreach event, SMC educators and administrators showed a 66 percent increase in awareness of what the biotechnology industry is, and these individuals felt they would be able to describe the term biotechnology ... Read more

Event: Funding opportunities and how we can help

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Dr. Linnea Fletcher presents on funding opportunities, how InnovATEBIO can help during the in the process and other tips. Read more

Event: InnovATEBIO Community and State Team meetings Part II

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Event Details: All members of the InnovATEBIO community are invited to come meet with us and share information about your work. We are requesting state teams, especially, to share results from their meetings and updates on their progress. InnovATEBIO's primary mission is to assist and prepare 2-year biotechnology programs in developing biotechnology workforce ecosystems. We recognize the immediate need to recruit students, increase program recognition, and meet the technician needs of industry across the nation. To do this, we keep track of industry emerging trends that will affect technicians and assist programs with their challenges. The Bioscience Summit held in ... Read more

Event: From Curriculum to Workforce: How to Bring Regenerative Medicine to Your Students

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Bill Woodruff, Professor Emeritus, Biotechnology, Alamance Community College, moderates a panel discussion with the following speakers: Regenerative Medicine Approvals Need a Workforce – Jim DeKloe, Solano Community College I ncorporating Gene Therapy Skills and Knowledge into Existing Courses and Programs – Margaret Bryans, Montgomery County Community College Immunofluorescence in the classroom – Cheryl Burrell, Forsyth Tech Community College Read more

Event: Advances in tissue engineering, bioprinting, and body-on-a-chip technologies

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This webinar, sponsored by the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Regen Med Development Organization, and Stem Cells Portal, discusses technologies related to regenerative medicine how they will shape the work of skilled technical graduates in the future. Read more

Event: Advanced PCR Techniques webinar series: part II Gene Therapy

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In this 2 part series, we bring together experts in the cutting-edge applications of droplet digital PCR (ddPCR) and real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR). These guest speakers from industry and academia describe how they integrate these advanced PCR techniques into their research and pedagogical strategies for incorporating these powerful and engaging topics into your class. In Part 2 Claire Guion and Maranda Thanasiu from Andelyn Biosciences, a gene therapy contract development and manufacturing organization based in Ohio, will present on uses of real-time and droplet digital PCR (ddPCR) in viral vector development and manufacturing and careers in this type of CDMO. ... Read more

Event: Advanced PCR Techniques webinar series: part I

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In this 2 part series, we bring together experts in the cutting-edge applications of droplet digital PCR (ddPCR) and real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR). These guest speakers from industry and academia describe how they integrate these advanced PCR techniques into their research and pedagogical strategies for incorporating these powerful and engaging topics into your class. In Part 1 Joshua Steele Ph.D. from the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project presents on uses of advanced PCR such as real-time and droplet digital PCR (ddPCR) in his water quality research, Abiodun Bodunrin Ph.D. from the DBG at Bio-Rad provides an introduction to the ... Read more

Event: ATE Project Talks: Dual Credit HS DNA Sequencing and Internships in Protein Biomanufacturing

Event: ATE Project Talks: Flow Cytometry, Cell Therapy, and CGT Credentials

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Event: ATE Project Talks: Immunotherapy Hub and Antibody Engineering

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