The global regenerative medicine market is expected to reach $79.8 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 20.5% from 2018 to 2024.* While the field is progressing at an unprecedented pace and opportunities are immense, many hurdles lie ahead. Through ASME’s eLearning course on Cell Manufacturing for Engineers, biopharmaceutical manufacturers and their teams learn how to increase scalability and reproducibility by improving closed system operations, simplifying workflows, reducing labor intensity, all while adhering to strict regulatory guidelines.
* Energias Market Research report, March 18, 2019
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Cell therapy and regenerative medicine present extraordinary solutions that have the potential to transform medicine. But getting those treatments to patients can be expensive, inaccessible, and not scalable to meet the growing demand. Engineers are not currently versed in cell manufacturing and often do not have the knowledge that will help them develop effective solutions.
ASME’s Cell Manufacturing for Engineers eLearning course is the answer. You and your team now have on-demand access to a course from an industry respected source, that you can complete at your own pace.
By taking the Cell Manufacturing for Engineers course, you and your team will be able to:
ASME understands that it’s only through the collaboration of researchers and engineers that this next revolution in regenerative medicine will be fully realized.
Only ASME’s course in cell manufacturing offers engineers training on cell culture techniques, manufacturing, and production processes as well as regulatory and business requirements. The course presents cell therapy focuses on engineers’ problem solving, critical thinking, and design skills to create robust, low-cost, and reproducible living cells without damaging them.
This course provides you and your engineers with real-life workplace situations, so you’ll be better able to integrate what you’ve learned. Specifically, the course helps engineers understand the regulations and their limitations, so they can become more adept at designing solutions that satisfy criteria.
In the next 10 years, there will be 40,000+ jobs for engineers in regenerative medicine that do not exist today.* By engaging your current and future team of engineers now, you have the opportunity to show them long-term career opportunities and growth with your company, using our Cell Therapy Supply Chain Career Planner.
* Custom report from Frost & Sullivan, 2017
ASME is a widely known and respected organization created for engineers by engineers. We’re solely dedicated to fostering innovation in the engineering community.
Promises and Challenges of Cell Therapy
Cell Manufacturing Operations/Supply Chain and Upstream Processing
Cell Manufacturing Facilities
Delivering the Final Cell Therapy Product
If you lead a team of engineers at a biopharmaceutical company, laboratory, or other setting in the regenerative medicine space, or you’re leveraging the expertise of a contract manufacturing organization, you and your team will benefit from this course. Non-engineers working in cell therapy who want a greater understanding of some of the scalability challenges will also benefit from this course.
Since its inception, ASME has been working with experts to drive safety while supporting the advancements of new technologies. As you’ll see, we’ve taken all this experience and expertise and applied it to our ASME Learning & Development courses.
Our unique course approach maximizes your learning experience. And because courses are on-demand, they’re available the very day you want to start. Then you decide – finish the course in one day or 90!
Interactive tools facilitate high integration of theory and application—the result helps you save time, production costs, and increase manufacturing outputs, thus improving ROI.
Because we're ASME, we have broad access to world-renowned experts in a wide range of fields, covering topics that are most applicable to the latest innovative technologies. We combine technical expertise and our adult learning know-how into a superior learning experience.
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