MCCC Students Attend Rigorous Biomanufacturing Boot Camp at North Carolina State University

In biomanufacturing, boot camp does not involve intensive training for physical fitness, but it does involve a challenging curriculum and hands-on training in biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes. Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) students Winsome Grenyion, Hetal Doshi, Sue Ratkiewicz, Todd Smith, Sylvia Donnelly and David Frank recently participated in the Biomanufacturing Boot Camp at the Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) at Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina.

This unique training center, which is part of NCSU’s College of Engineering, is a cross-disciplinary instructional center that combines education and training in the biomanufacturing industry for undergraduates and graduates, as well as working professionals. BTEC includes two state-of-the-art facilities with more than $12.5 million of industry-standard equipment.

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