University Of New South Wales

Cellular and Tissue Engineering

BIOM9333

Iowa State Course Substitution

ME Technical Elective

M E

Course Info

International Credits: 6.0
Converted Credits: 4.0
Semester: fall
Country: Australia
Language: English
Course Description:
INFORMATION ABOUT THE COURSE This course outlines the concepts of cell-based products for the pharmaceutical and medical industries from both a theoretical and practical perspective. A combination of lectures, tutorials, laboratory classes and a site visit are included in this course. There is no assumed knowledge for this course. This course compliments other BIOM courses including Biocompatibility, Mechanical Properties of Biomaterials, Chemistry and Physics of Synthetic and Biological Polymers, Regulatory Requirements for Biomedical Technology, Clinical Laboratory Science and certain thesis topics. HANDBOOK DESCRIPTION This course outlines the concepts of cell-based products for the pharmaceutical and medical industries from both a theoretical and practical perspective. This course will cover the basis of how Faculty of Engineering Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering Session 1, 2018 BIOM9333 Cellular and Tissue Engineering 2 proteins are produced by cells; recombinant technologies to produce proteins and biologics from bacterial and mammalian systems; process design and optimisation needed for commercial production of biologicals; case studies of currently manufactured biological products; cell isolation including blood and progenitor cells; and translation of these technologies for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

Review

Evaluation Date:
September 9, 2019
Evaluated:
Christian Schwartz