Introduction to ATMPs/CGT


This introductory 2-day course at NIBRT offers solid foundation in understanding of both Cell and Gene Therapies. Trainees will learn about what these therapies are, how they work, current manufacturing techniques, and possible future trends. 

They will also get an opportunity to use the specific cell culture and downstream purification equipment that is commonly used to manufacture these products.  This equipment includes adherent and suspension cell culture systems such as controlled rate thawers, cell factories, rocker bioreactors, fixed bed bioreactors, and single-use stirred tank reactors.  It also includes harvest and downstream equipment such as centrifuges, depth filtration systems, single-use ultrafiltration systems, and controlled rate freezers.


Key topics covered

  • Defining the terms ATMP and CGT.
  • Discuss the similarities and differences between classes of ATMPs.
  • Describe how viral vectors and nucleases can be used as therapies.
  • Differentiate between autologous and allogeneic therapies.
  • Identify the equipment commonly used in the manufacture of ATMPs.

Who should attend

This training course is suitable for those wishing to learn more about ATMPs and pursue a career in the Cell and Gene Therapies space. This program will also be suitable for people with some biopharmaceutical experience that would like to diversify their skills to meet the demand in the fast-growing area of CGT.


What do Attendees Obtain on Completion?

Attendees will receive a certificate of completion.


Introduction to ATMPs/CGT


1 - Intro to ATMPs

Course Format

Onsite Training at NIBRT

2 full days onsite training at NIBRT facility

Dates & Price

  • Course 1
    16/09/0024 - 17/09/2024

    NIBRT Onsite Course


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