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PhD in Biologics Process Engineering

Organization:
Thomas Jefferson University
Department:
Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing
NIIMBL Funded:
No
Type:
Academic Program – Graduate
Relevant Technologies:
Cell Culture;Chromatography;Filtration;Continuous Bioprocessing;Facility Design / Operations;Single-use technologies;Automation / Process Modeling;Analytical Methods / Technologies;Bioprocessing – Upstream;Bioprocessing – Downstream;Cell Line Development;Data Analytics / DoE / QbD;Formulation / Fill / Finish;Scale Up / Scale Down;Separation / Purification;Process Development;Products (mAbs);Products (Vaccines);Products (Cell therapies);Products (Gene therapies)
Delivery Modalities:
Classroom;Hands-on/Laboratory;Online/E-Learning;Hybrid/Blended;Virtual/Augmented Reality
Type of Enterprise:
Academic
Contact:
geoffrey.toner@jefferson.edu
Location:
Northeast
Duration:
Year+
Description:
Industry-Sponsored, 3-year, 56-credit PhD program devoted to fostering and providing real life experience in process and product development and is focused on translating life science discoveries in emerging therapies into practical outcomes.