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Event NameNC Biotech 2012 BTEC Course: Microbial Contamination
Event Date(s) Monday, December 03, 2012  to Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Event Location NC State University, BTEC, 850 Oval Drive, Suite 195
Raleigh, North Carolina
U.S.A.
Cost$1300
DescriptionWhy Should You Attend?

Gain fundamental understanding of sources of microbial contamination in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Learn how to evaluate contamination risks and implement corrective and preventative measures to ensure a state of microbiological control in facilities and processes. Learn about recent regulatory expectations for control of contamination.

Attend and You Will Learn

- Potential sources of microbial contamination

- Regulatory expectations for a contamination control strategy

- Best practices in management of microbial contamination, include monitoring programs for detection of bioburden and endotoxin

- Best practices in equipment, process, and facility design

- Risk assessment applied to control of contamination

- Best practices in sanitization and disinfection

SponsorN/A
Host CompanyNorth Carolina Biotechnology Center
Contact Information Phone: n/a
Fax:   n/a 
Email: Melody_Woodyard@ncsu.edu
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