July 22rd to July 27th 2007
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schedule and PowerPoint presentation files
BIOMAN 2007 participants
Biomanufacturing Educators from two and four year colleges and universities and technical high schools.
To exchange best practices and ideas to support and enhance biomanufacturing education and training and the workforce for the 21st century.
The National Science Foundation's ATE Regional Center for Biomanufacturing, the Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2).
New Hampshire Community Technical College
320 Corporate Drive
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Sonia Wallman, Director of Biotechnology
All Conference Attendees
Lecture/Reception at Pease Golf Course Club House (5pm to 7:30pm): Sunday, July 22rd
Breakfast (8:00am to 8:30am): Monday, July 23rd through Friday, July 27th
Keynoters (8:30am to 9:30am): Monday, July 23rd through Friday, July 27th
Vendor Show and Interest Tables (9:30am to 12:30pm): Monday, July 23rd
Barbeque at Redhook Brewery (6pm to 7:30pm): Thursday, July 26th
Lunch (12:30pm to 1:30pm): Monday, July 23rd through Friday, July 27th
Wrap-Up and Evaluation (1:30pm to 2:00pm): Friday, July 27th
Lonza Tours (2:00pm on): Friday, July 27th
Conference Attendees Choose
When proceeding to the "Registration" page - make your choices for the following morning and afternoon hands-on workshops, presentations and panels (first come first served). Workshop options will be listed again on registration page.
Morning Concurrent Sessions
Tuesday 9:30am to 12:30pm:
Hands-On Workshop: Adventures with Horesradish Peroxidase by Ellyn Daugherty (3 hours)
Panel: How to Start a Biotechnology/Biomanufacturing Program and How to Build a Biotechnology/Biomanufacturing Education and Training Space (3 hours) with Brian Kirsch of VWR/Sargent-Welch
Wednesday 9:30am to 12:30pm:
Hands-On Workshop: "Teaching Students Basic Lab Skills for a Regulated Environment" by Lisa Seidman (3 hours) Click for Powerpoint file
Hands-On Workshop: "Metrology II" by Robert O'Brien and David Miller, NBC2 (3 hours)
Thursday 9:30am to 12:30pm:
Hands-On Workshop: "Teaching Biomanufacturing Through Games" by Mary Jane
Kurtz, NBC2 (3 hours) Click for Powerpoint file
Hands-On Workshop: "Fluorescent Protein Purification: Quick and Easy" by Dennis Walsh, NBC2 Click for Powerpoint file
Friday 9:30am to 12:30pm:
Hands-On Workshop: "Introduction to the ELISA Technique" by Mariluci Bladon,
NBC2 (3 hours) Click for Powerpoint file
Hands-On Workshop: "Large-Scale Chromatorgraphy Column Packing" by Paul O'Neil, Pall
Euroflow (3 hours)
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions
Monday through Thursday 1:30pm to 4:30pm:
Monday: "QC Tool Kit" by Linda Rehfuss, Kevin Lampe, Laura Roselli, Melanie Lenahan, Sheila Byrne, NBC2 Click for Powerpoint file
Tuesday: "Validation in Biomanufacturing" by Thomas Burkett, NBC2 Click for Powerpoint file
Wednesday: "Purification of Antibodies using Protein A"by Josephine Pino, Christina Befumo, NBC2
Thursday: "Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910): Safety Permits and Self-Audits" by James Hewlett, NBC2
Hands-On Workshops: Biopharmaceutical Production Workshop by Deb Audino and NHCTC Crew (Monday through Thursday):
QA, Production and QC Lectures
cGMP Popcorn Exercise
Set-Up, Inoculate, and Sample Process Controlled Bioreactors
tPA Purification and ELISA tPA Assay
QC Microbiology-LAL Gel Clot Assay and EM
QC Biochemistry-HPLC and SDS PAGE Staining
Special Sunday Night Lecture and Reception for BIOMAN 2007
InnovaBIO - Tamara Goetz, Director of Biotechnology at Salt Lake Community College, Utah
Lecture by Tamara Goetz, Director of Biotechnology at Salt Lake Community College on �InnovaBIO� followed by Reception at Pease Golf Course Club House, Pease International Tradeport, Portsmouth, NH
Tamara Goetz is Director of Biotechnology at Salt Lake Community College and InnovaBIO is a company within the college whose mission is to enhance student education through legitimate corporate internships using peer-based learning.
"InnovaBio is an innovative partnership of corporations and educators working to support Utah's biotechnology industry. We offer a low risk environment for organizations wishing to develop a product or wanting to explore new ideas using our state of the art biotechnology lab, qualified scientists and student interns. The challenging research completed by our interns creates a valuable talent pool for Utah biotechnology companies."
This Lecture and Reception will be held at the Pease Golf Course so feel free to book tee time before your arrivial. Visit www.PeaseGolf.com for details.
The Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative Approach to Biomanufacturing Education, Training and the Workforce- Sonia Wallman, NHCTC
The Use of Microalgae to Scrub Power Plant Emissions and Make Energy -- Jack Lewnard, VP of Process Development, Green Fuel, Cambridge, MA
Cellulosic Ethanol Production -- Lee Lynd, Professor of Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover, MA
Regenerative Medicine-Building Replacement Organs -- Don Bergmann, PhD, Senior Vice
President Technical Operations, Tengion, Inc, PA
Humanized Pichia pastoris --Thomas Potgieter, GlycoFi-Merck, Lebanon, NH
The registration fee is $300 for Northeast Region (6 New England states plus NY, PA, NJ, DE, MD, VA, & DC) educators and $600 for educators out of region. Registration fee also covers the opening reception on July 22, continental breakfast and lunch on July 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27, and barbeque on July 26.