Gene Editing with CRISPR Training Workshop

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This remote rigorous three-day program is ideal for basic research and translational biology scientists who are looking for a balanced theoretical vs. laboratory introduction to CRISPR toolkit. Taught by active [….]

Exosomes: Principles, Methods and Applications Training Workshop

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This four day live remote program is ideal for research and translational biology scientists who are looking for a balanced theoretical and introduction to isolation, quantitation, analysis and engineering of [….]

Generating The Neural Lineage From iPSCs

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This three-day live remote programlive remote program is ideal for researchers interested in developing neural lineages from iPSCs. Team taught by active researchers from Johns Hopkins, the NIH, the FDA, [….]

5 Questions with Lisa Tibbetts, Biomedical/Aerospace Researcher and Disabilities Advocate

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Lisa Tibbetts received a Master’s degree in Biotechnology from Georgetown University’s Department of Microbiology. She did her thesis in Usagi data mapping, pharmacovigilance, and artificial intelligence. She is also a graduate of Columbia University, Northwestern University, and Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology and has worked in oncology, neurology, and most recently, satellite engineering.

5 Questions with Ben Woodard, Business Development Partner, ABIO

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Ben Woodard is a Business Development Partner with ABIO and a recent retiree of the University of Maryland, where he was the Executive Director of the Biotech Research Program (BREP) for over a decade.

5 Questions with Mark Nardone, PMP, Director, Bio-Trac®

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Mark Nardone is Director and Co-Founder of Bio-Trac®, a biotechnology training program that has served the scientific community for over 37 years, providing hands-on training workshops, designed by active researchers for research scientists, that focus on the latest relevant techniques that are necessary for laboratory research.

5 Questions with Ian Sarad, BioProcess Application Engineer, Scientific Bioprocessing

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Ian is an industrial microbiologist and fermentation scientist specializing in process optimization and upstream modification of cell culture parameters for increased yield, viability, and productivity. Experienced with a variety of fermentation technologies, including hollow-fiber bioreactor systems, industrial stirred-tanks, and shake-flasks, Ian is excited to lend his background in cell culture to the SBI team.