BIOMAN 2010 Conference

Date: 
July, 2010

BIOMAN 2010, Bloomington, Indiana

July 12th to July 15th 2010
BIOMAN 2010 Schedule of events and workshops
Ivy Tech Community College, Bloomington, Indiana
BIOMAN 2010 in Bloomington, IN
Download 2010 Schedule in Table format

View BIOMAN 2010 Journal
 

Audience:

Biomanufacturing Educators from two and four year colleges and universities and technical high schools.

Purpose:

To exchange best practices and ideas to support and enhance biomanufacturing education and training and the workforce for the 21st century.

Sponsor:

The National Science Foundation's ATE Regional Center for Biomanufacturing, the Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2).

Host
Institution & Event Location:

Ivy Tech Community College
Bloomington Campus
200 Daniels Way
Bloomington, IN 47404

CONTACT:
Sengyong Lee, Associate Professor of Biotechnology
Ivy Tech Community College
Bloomington, IN 47404
812-330-6036 Voice
slee@ivytech.edu

Program
Agenda:

All Conference Attendees


Breakfast & Networking (8:00am to (9:00am):
Monday, July 12th through Thursday, July 15th
Lampkin Hall (Main Campus)

Keynoters (9:00am to 10:00am):
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday

Vendor Show and Interest Tables (10:00am to 1:00pm):
Tuesday, July 13th

Lunch (Noon to 1:00pm):
Monday, July 12th through Thursday, July 15th

Wrap-Up and Evaluation  (4:30pm to 5:00pm): Thursday, July 15th

Conference Attendees Choose
When proceeding to the "Registration" page - make your choices for the following morning and afternoon hands-on workshops and panels (first come first served). Workshop options will be listed again on registration page. Payment options are Credit Card or Purchase Order.

Morning Concurrent Sessions

Monday 10:15am to Noon:

Panel: "How to Write an NSF ATE Grant and other NSF Opportunities" with Celeste Carter, NSF Program Lead
                        OR

Panel: "Greening Your Curriculum: The Development of A Plant Tissue Culture Class" with Joelene K Smith-Drake, Dow AgroSciences
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "ELISAs" with Barbara Bielska, Northampton CC
      View Powerpoint Presentation


Wednesday 9:00am to Noon:

Hands-On Workshop: "AKTA System and Software" by Cook Pharmica
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Microbiology Tool Kit" by Sheila Byrne, NBC2, Kevin Lampe, NBC2 and Linda Rehfuss, NBC2
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Statistical Issues in Biomanufacturing (Lot Acceptance and Clinical Trials)" Mike Fino, NBC2
      View Powerpoint Presentation


Thursday 10:15am to Noon:

                        OR

Panel: What's BAM? with Sengyong Lee, Chuck Crabtree, Lisa Seidman, Todd Murphy, Eileen Lyons
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "AKTA Column Chromatography" by Cook Pharmica
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Virtual Chromatography" by Yakov Cherner, ATeLearning


Afternoon Concurrent Sessions

 

Monday 1:30pm to 4:30pm:

Hands-On Workshop: "The Economics of Bringing a Drug to Market"by Collins Jones, Montgomery College
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Regulatory Workshop #1" by Sandra Kattermann, ITCC
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Pichia pastoris - HSA (Upstream)" by Tom Burkett
      View Handouts - MS Word


Tuesday 1:30pm to 4:30pm:

Hands-On Workshop: "Regulatory Workshop #2" by Sandra Kattermann, ITCC

                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Pichia pastoris – HSA (Downstream)" 
      View Powerpoint Presentation
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "The Toothpick Factory" by Marilyn Barger, FLATE



Wednesday 1:00pm to 5:00pm: 
FIELD EXPERIENCE DAY


"Cook Pharmica"
                        OR
"Largest Coral Reef in Indiana"




Thursday 1:30pm to 4:30pm:

Hands-On Workshop: "Regulatory Workshop #3" by Sandra Kattermann, ITCC
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Pichia pastoris – HSA (QC Biochemistry)" by TBA
                        OR
Hands-On Workshop: "Making Biofuels" by Sherri Andrews, Bio-Rad




 

Keynote
Speakers:

Medical Devices: Magical Mystery Tour
Dr. David Chadwick, Regulatory Scientist, Cook Medical

Principles and Applications of Lyophilization to Biotechnology
Michael J. Akers, Ph.D., Baxter BioPharma Solutions
      View Powerpoint Presentation

Cell line Development for Biomanufacturing
Aaron Pilling Ph.D. Senior Scientist at Cook Pharmica

Registration:

The registration fee is $400. Registration fee covers continental breakfast and lunch. VISA and MasterCard only will be accepted, as well as POs. For questions not answered above, please contact Sonia Wallman at 603-969-1053 orswallman@biomanufacturing.org.
 

Lodging: Your registration fee also covers your lodging accomodations at"Crowne Plaza Hotel". You MUST make reservations yourself and REQUEST a room reserved for the BIOMAN conference. Your charge card will only be used to 'hold' your reserved room and you will NOT be charged upon checkout. Please call the hotel after you have completed your online conference registration. The phone number is 877-227-6963. Their website may be accessed at:www.crowneplaza.com
Transportation: There is a shuttle service between Indianapolis Airport and Crown Plaza hotel where our conference attendees will stay. The cost of the shuttle is $15 for one way trip and the daily schedule is available fromhttp://www.bloomingtonshuttle.com/airport.html.