Training Programs for the Biologics and Biomedical-based Industry Sector

The project seeks to design and create training programs for industry associated with the R&D and advanced manufacturing of biologic medicines and more broadly for industry associated with biomedical sciences.

The training program fills a gap in the required knowledge and skills base necessary for advancement of Australian industry. At least 200 individuals will receive training on the R&D and advanced manufacturing of biologic medicines.

Consortium leadAustralian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, The University of Queensland
Consortium membersAbbvie, Australian Red Cross Blood Service (ARCBS), ACYTE Biotech, CSL Ltd, Luina Bio & Patheon Biologics
MTPConnect grant$110,000
Industry contribution$110,000
Project durationMay 2018 - February 2020 (Finished)

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