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ClassID Name Description Credits
BRIT 1110 Overview of the Drug Industry This course will detail the process of the drug industry starting from a drug target validation, discovery process, drug development in clinical trials and drug manufacture. 1
BRIT 1120 FDA Regulations This course will detail the regulations from the Food and Drug Administration 1
BRIT 2110 Quality Assurance This course will detail the criteria for quality of the final product through a manufacture process which involves many specifications and documentations. 1
BRIT 2120 Introduction to GMP This course will detail the de?nition of Good Manufacture Practice, the documentation and regulation of GMP facility. 1
BRIT 3110 Intellectual Properties and Patent Laws This course will detail the intellectual properties and patent laws in the biomanufacture and biotechnology business, ways to protect the intellectual properties by documentation, and ways to respect the patent laws. 1
BRIT 3120 Team Work Environment This course will detail the people interaction to work in a team setting and the importance to work in a team, to work with supervisors, co-workers and direct reports, and to resolve con?ict situations in a team environment. 1
BRIT 4010 Beginning Microbial and Protein Sciences Research and projects will be related to the optimization of the scale-up process using recombinant microorganisms and downstream process such as improvement of puri?cation, covalent modi?cations and folding of active macromolecule. 4
BRIT 4015 Advanced Microbial and Protein Sciences Research and projects will be related to the optimization of the scale-up process using recombinant microorganisms and downstream process such as improvement of puri?cation, covalent modi?cations and folding of active macromolecule. 4
BRIT 4020 Beginning Mammalian Cell Genomic Sciences Research and projects will be related to the development of novel cell lines, proprietary media and viral vectors to improve the large production of recombinant proteins under serum-free conditions. Examples are research related to the design of vector carrying the gene for immunoglobulin, express of industrial scales of monoclonal antibodies in stable cell lines, genetic modi?cation of production hosts to increase cell viability. 4
BRIT 4025 Advanced Mammalian Cell Genomic Sciences Research and projects will be related to the development of novel cell lines, proprietary media and viral vectors to improve the large production of recombinant proteins under serum-free conditions. Examples are research related to the design of vector carrying the gene for immunoglobulin, express of industrial scales of monoclonal antibodies in stable cell lines, genetic modi?cation of production hosts to increase cell viability. 4
BRIT 4030 Beginning Bio-Analytical Chemistry Research and projects will be related to the development of highly sensitive analytical methods for the quanti?cation of target molecules in complex biological systems, such as amines, amino acids, peptides, proteins and nucleic acids. Analytical methods include but are not limited to HPLC, LC/ MS/MS, TOF-MS, capillary electrophoresis 4
BRIT 4035 Advanced Bio-Analytical Chemistry Research and projects will be related to the development of highly sensitive analytical methods for the quanti?cation of target molecules in complex biological systems, such as amines, amino acids, peptides, proteins and nucleic acids. Analytical methods include but are not limited to HPLC, LC/ MS/MS, TOF-MS, capillary electrophoresis 4
BRIT 4040 Beginning High Throughput Sciences and Biosensor Technology Research and projects will be related to the development or the application of high throughput detection and biosensing technology, quantitative analysis of macromolecular interactions, such as kinetic analysis of macromolecular stability, and macromolecule-ligand interactions. 4
BRIT 4045 Advanced High Throughput Sciences and Biosensor Technology Research and projects will be related to the development or the application of high throughput detection and biosensing technology, quantitative analysis of macromolecular interactions, such as kinetic analysis of macromolecular stability, and macromolecule-ligand interactions. 4
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