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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

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Margaret Bryans introduces the workshop. James DeKloe provides an introduction to cell and gene therapy. This work was funded by a grant from the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals. (NIIMBL) through the Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project. Six colleges are collaborating on the WEBET project: Forsyth Community and Technical College (Russ Read) MiraCosta College (Barbara Juncosa and Dominique Ignato) Montgomery County Community College (Margaret Bryans) Quincy College (Isso Bayala) Shoreline Community College (Louise Petruzzella) Solano College (James DeKloe) Read more

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Russ Read presents data on the growing need for technicians in cell and gene therapy. This work was funded by a grant from NIIMBL through the Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project A labor market analysis, produced through the WEBET project, can be downloaded from Biomanufacturing.org Visit the Cell and Gene Therapy page at Biotech-Careers.org to view interactive maps with links to over 247 companies working in these areas. Read more

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Barbara Juncosa, James DeKloe, Margaret Bryans talk about how to teach the concepts and hands-on skills needed for preparing students to work in Cell and Gene Therapy. This work was funded by NIIMBL through the Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project Read more

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Isso Bayala talks about laboratory methods for producing Adeno Associated Virus (AAV) in mammalian cells. This work was funded by NIIMBL through the Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project Read more

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Fri, Dec 3 2021
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Cell-based and gene therapy products are a growing area and becoming a major component of the biotechnology industry. The Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project, funded by NIIMBL, brings six institutions and their regional industry partners together to identify the technical skills and knowledge needed for the development, manufacture, and testing of these advanced therapies.

Labor market needs, technical skill standards, course requirements, and newly developed lab-based curriculum will be discussed in the webinar. Read more

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Presenters : Dr. Margaret Bryans, Montgomery County Community College Dr. James DeKloe, Solano College Read more