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Bioprocess Training Academy

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Two-Day Intensive Training Courses for Fall 2014

Located at IBC's BioProcess International Conference & Exhibition

October 20-21, 2014 · John B Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center · Boston, MA

Increase Job Skills · Develop Solutions · Gain Industry Insight · Expand Your Network

Call for Instructors

Call for Instructors

Are you interested in becoming an IBC's Professional Development Courses Instructor?
IBC Life Sciences is looking for industry experts who are interested in sharing their knowledge and experience as a Professional Development Course Instructor. IBC hosts courses in the Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing area.

Submission Guidelines

  • Should be 200 words and include essential goals and benefits of the presentation.
  • Include a description of the intended audience, any assumptions as to pre-requisite knowledge and or experience level, an indication if the presentation includes attendees participation exercises.
  • List the complete title of the presentation (please ensure the title is descriptive of what is being presented), the author (s) name, title and company affiliation.
  • Include a brief biography of the presenter.

The preferred presentation/proposal would:

  • Be original in concept and approach.
  • Apply to "real life" situations.
  • Provide practical examples.
  • Be free of commercial sales content for services or products
Corresponding Presenter
Affiliation
Mailing Address
Contact Information
Description of the Proposed Presentation's Content

Please keep "introductory" text on why your topic is important to an absolute minimum (one sentence maximum). Please elaborate on details of the type of case study data or experimental results you plan to give.

Note: Please spell out all Greek and special characters, e.g., microliter, alpha, etc.

Note: Please limit to a maximum of 250 words.

Description of the Intended Audience
Brief Biography
Send Proposal

Presentations should be free of commercial bias as well as any references to commercial products and services. All selected faculty are required to disclose the existence of any significant financial interest. Financial interest may affect the consideration of your presentation/proposal application.

You will be notified by the Event Review Committee if your presentation has been selected.

Fields in bold and green are required.