BIO-LINK SUMMITBioscience Businesses/Education Models: Economic and Educational Impact                            April 18...
WELCOME!
Panel 1: Bioscience Business/Education Models MODERATOR: Eilene Lyons, Acting Dean MSET Division, STLCC-Florissant Valley ...
Eilene LyonsSt. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley
BIO-LINK SUMMIT April 18-20, 2012           STLCC BioBench CROCommunity College/ Incubator Model                       Eil...
Pathway for Success•   Founded Fall 1999; R&D based•   2+2+2 Pathway•   Bridge to STEM and Life Science CS•   AAS Biotechn...
Vision for Growth: Step 1Battelle study, January 2005“As the region’s start-up companies expand, there is likely to be   g...
Vision for Growth: Step 2• NSF funded CRO within BRDG Park• Primary Goal: Internships in research• Secondary Goal: Build t...
Growth Realized• Successful placement out of CRO  – 6 Monsanto/ Divergence  – 2 Phycal  – 1 Electrochaea  – 1 Danforth Pla...
BIO-LINK SUMMIT April 18-20, 2012
Adam BlaszczakInnovaBio, Salt Lake Community College
A new concept to partner withbusinesses to provide service to onepartnerAnd educational credit to another withinthe struct...
Mission• Our mission is to mentor the next generation of  Biotechnology Graduates and simultaneously assist  local scienti...
The Model    Real Science, Real Lab, Real Scientists.• Business side  – Blanket contract reviewed by legal departments (lo...
Disadvantages of InnovaBio• Confidentiality  – Cannot enforce confidentiality agreement (under 18)• Innovabio’s limited ar...
Advantages of InnovaBio•   Company owns the intellectual property•   Accomplish a moderate priority project without sacrif...
The Model       Real Science, Real Lab, Real Scientists.•   Student side•   Each student 30 minute interview – assessment ...
Adam Blaszczak           Mary Nelson           Alejandro Pabon     Director, InnovaBio      Assistant Director,   Research...
InnovaBio in a business of    “Talent creation, not discovery”            Genius? Or just Smart…enough   People used to be...
Vivian Ngan-WinwardSTUDENTfracturED, Salt Lake City Community College
Vivian Ngan-WinwardDirector, Biomanufacturing Program     Biotechnology Department   This material is based upon work   su...
What’s unique ?• Contract manufacturing organization• A complete business enterprise:     Biotechnology / biomanufacturin...
Sustainability Potential• Products: instructional supplies   Biotechnology, & Biology, Chemistry, Health Sci ?   Custom ...
Outcomes• Forced application of knowledge and  skills• Mistakes   →   lessons learned• Integrated and deep learning –  Blo...
Student Testimonials“ . . .I have learned again the importance of   communication, mutual support . . .”“. . . This experi...
Student Testimonials“. . . One the most important lessons I can   take from this experience is how to work in   teams . . ...
R. Kevin PeggFlorida State College at Jacksonville
The Co-located CRO Model:                  R. Kevin Pegg, Florida State College at Jacksonville            Panel 1: Biosci...
•   Eurofins Partnership:     – Eurofins companies have about US $800 million annual sales and 7,000 employees       acros...
Separate, Shared, and “mirrored” spaces                                                  Current crop of students         ...
• Eurofins participates directly in program  goals:   –   Curriculum reviews   –   SOP development   –   Advising students...
• “Access”   – Steady stream of people--scientists and Intangibles     corporate– one would never encounter in a     purel...
Wendie JohnstonPasadena City College
Shared use wetlab         BCN BiosciencesMonth to month rent:Bench, desk, shelves Fully equipped labTissue culture facilit...
ORIGINAL FUNDING:                 2004:  STATE LEGISLATION          - 500 sq ft in sharedFOUNDING MEMBERS:                ...
DetonCorp          2012:               Jobs Created     - 10,000+ sq ft       Current tenants: 78      - 16+ tenants      ...
Benefit to Tenant100% ownership of IPDiscounted supplies - BIOCollaboration - other tenantsHigh speed internetBasic office...
CollaborationsIndustry and university donations    Amgen Bruce Wallace Lab Program   Saturday mentored workdays for high  ...
Suzanne WintersBioInnovations Gateway, Salt Lake City
BioInnovations Gateway                                   Growing Talent… Growing BusinessGovernor Herbert’s Agenda:     S...
BioInnovations Gateway                            Growing Talent… Growing BusinessIncubator Companies                  Bio...
BioInnovations Gateway                Growing Talent… Growing Business  Workforce Training Component-             3 Tier L...
BioInnovations Gateway                         Growing Talent… Growing BusinessLife Science Business Incubator Component ...
BioInnovations Gateway                          Growing Talent… Growing Business                                       Ben...
BioInnovations Gateway                        Growing Talent… Growing BusinessIncubator Metrics      Currently 5 client c...
BioInnovations Gateway                   Growing Talent… Growing BusinessWorkforce Metrics   155 high school students   ...
BioInnovations Gateway                                   Growing Talent… Growing Business                                 ...
Panel 2: Challenges in setting up Business/Education         Models MODERATOR: Dr. Kathryn Birmingham, Dean, Florida State...
Panel 3: Educational & Workforce Development Impacts          of Business/Education Models     MODERATOR: Laurence Clement...
Panel 4: Economic/Business Impacts of            Business/Education Models  MODERATOR: John Carrese, Centers of Excellence...
Open Mic Topic: Quality Assurance for National       CRO/CMO ProgramsCraig Caldwell (by Skype), Biotechnology Department C...
THANK YOU!
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  • St. Louis Plant and Life Science Strategic Update and Action PlanPrepared by Technology Partnership Practice, Battelle, January 2005
  • Right now we are payingthe interns….
  • Bloom’s taxonomy: Remembering – Understanding – Applying – Analyzing – Evaluating - Creating
  • Bloom’s taxonomy: Remembering – Understanding – Applying – Analyzing – Evaluating - Creating
  • Bloom’s taxonomy: Remembering – Understanding – Applying – Analyzing – Evaluating - Creating
  • 2012 bio link summit slides

    1. 1. BIO-LINK SUMMITBioscience Businesses/Education Models: Economic and Educational Impact April 18-20, 2 012
    2. 2. WELCOME!
    3. 3. Panel 1: Bioscience Business/Education Models MODERATOR: Eilene Lyons, Acting Dean MSET Division, STLCC-Florissant Valley PANELISTS: Adam Blaszczak, InnovaBio CRO, Salt Lake Community College Vivian Ngan-Winward, STUDENTfacturED, Salt Lake Community College R. Kevin Pegg, Florida State College at Jacksonville Wendie Johnston, Pasadena City College Suzanne Winters, BioInnovations Gateway, St. Lake City
    4. 4. Eilene LyonsSt. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley
    5. 5. BIO-LINK SUMMIT April 18-20, 2012 STLCC BioBench CROCommunity College/ Incubator Model Eilene Lyons Interim Dean, STEM Division STLCC-Florissant Valley STLCC Biotechnology Program Founding Coordinator
    6. 6. Pathway for Success• Founded Fall 1999; R&D based• 2+2+2 Pathway• Bridge to STEM and Life Science CS• AAS Biotechnology• Post-baccalaureate certificate
    7. 7. Vision for Growth: Step 1Battelle study, January 2005“As the region’s start-up companies expand, there is likely to be greater demand for technicians than can be produced currently. An option that might be considered to enable STLCC to expand their biotechnology offerings would be to provide lab space for the college in the new multi-tenant building being planned…”
    8. 8. Vision for Growth: Step 2• NSF funded CRO within BRDG Park• Primary Goal: Internships in research• Secondary Goal: Build the industry and jobs – Lab space – High end equipment and instrumentation – Lab assistants
    9. 9. Growth Realized• Successful placement out of CRO – 6 Monsanto/ Divergence – 2 Phycal – 1 Electrochaea – 1 Danforth Plant Science Center – 10 interns currently – 1 engineering student – 1 horticulture student
    10. 10. BIO-LINK SUMMIT April 18-20, 2012
    11. 11. Adam BlaszczakInnovaBio, Salt Lake Community College
    12. 12. A new concept to partner withbusinesses to provide service to onepartnerAnd educational credit to another withinthe structure of the educationalinstitution.Lessons learned:It works.Fine print (word of caution) don’ttry it at home. Well, try… but inour opinion…Not as easy at it sounds
    13. 13. Mission• Our mission is to mentor the next generation of Biotechnology Graduates and simultaneously assist local scientific and biotech enterprises in developing research projects.• Recipe for success – key ingredient? True balance Business Students
    14. 14. The Model Real Science, Real Lab, Real Scientists.• Business side – Blanket contract reviewed by legal departments (long process) covers for 2-5 yrs. – Scientific design for each project (short process) with proposed budget – Clearly stated deliverable (including negative data) – Set deadline for completion (give yourself extra time) – Projects with the greatest corporate attention will likely not be contracted to Innovabio – Backburner projects yes. – Moderate priority projects with moderate to low investment – Build a reputation. – Establish trust – honesty about limitations.
    15. 15. Disadvantages of InnovaBio• Confidentiality – Cannot enforce confidentiality agreement (under 18)• Innovabio’s limited area of expertise – Cannot be specialists in all areas – Availability of equipment for specialized protocols• Not a quick process – If you want it done now Innovabio is not for you• Company needs to be involved in Innovabio for the process to work
    16. 16. Advantages of InnovaBio• Company owns the intellectual property• Accomplish a moderate priority project without sacrificing existing personnel allocations – Company has only enough time for high priority projects – Moderate priority projects are still important to bottom line• Costs are equal to or less than performing the experiment in house – Cheaper than hiring consultants• Use of equipment and facilities for project completion – Innovabio uses their own equipment and lab space• Minimal corporate oversight – Company provides goals and objectives – Innovabio provides updates and all developed product information and/or materials – No need to provide direct supervision• Availability of qualified labour pool
    17. 17. The Model Real Science, Real Lab, Real Scientists.• Student side• Each student 30 minute interview – assessment of the skills (course 1010 and 1015 or equivalent) and time commitment (at least 12 – 15 hours a week)• Real Challenge: Realized that as our projects are real science things are unknown and hard to control so we are unable to tell whether the project is hard and needs some troubleshooting or the students is messing up. Real Solution: Training Packet – Great Tool for us. A set of experiments designed to give certain results when done right, plus some other lab training. This allows us to asses whether a student is truly ready to be assigned to a real project. We reserve the right to let students know during this period that they need to take more classes. Very often during this time students themselves decide that this is way over their heads and decide to take more classes and then return. Current Innovation: Short training movies embedded into Training Packet. Interactive Training Packet as an APP on iPads.• Students assigned to real projects contracted by companies to InnovaBio.• Project Leaders – Leadership Academy. Real Challenge: how to ensure skill consistency on projects. Real Solution: Select group of students after completion stick around – we offer them opportunities for growth – they lead and help train students for specific projects. Current Innovation: “Training Packet on Steroids”
    18. 18. Adam Blaszczak Mary Nelson Alejandro Pabon Director, InnovaBio Assistant Director, Research Associate, >20 years research InnovaBio InnovaBio experience > 10 years research > 7 years of research experience experienceDirector – Team leader. Scientific design, oversight and management of allthe projects. Business relations and negotiations with clients. Marketing,billing and accounting. Public Relations.Assistant Director – day-to-day student oversight, evaluations andsupervision. Daily project coordination and scientific resource. Recruitment.Research Associate – Project troubleshooting. Scientific resource. Reportwriting.
    19. 19. InnovaBio in a business of “Talent creation, not discovery” Genius? Or just Smart…enough People used to believe in “natural” talents• Step1. Separate • What really matters: “talented” from the – Who gets the best teaching and most attention “untalented” – Who gets the most coaching• Step2.Provide the and practice “talented” with a – Who gets all the extraordinary opportunities superior experience
    20. 20. Vivian Ngan-WinwardSTUDENTfracturED, Salt Lake City Community College
    21. 21. Vivian Ngan-WinwardDirector, Biomanufacturing Program Biotechnology Department This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1003292.
    22. 22. What’s unique ?• Contract manufacturing organization• A complete business enterprise:  Biotechnology / biomanufacturing  Accounting  Business Management  Marketing• A regulated yet learning-centered environmentComprehensive entrepreneurial experience
    23. 23. Sustainability Potential• Products: instructional supplies  Biotechnology, & Biology, Chemistry, Health Sci ?  Custom  Equipment ?• Customers: educators  SLCC & local high schools  ???• Income $$$: reinvest into CMO for  Mentor / staff support  New product development
    24. 24. Outcomes• Forced application of knowledge and skills• Mistakes → lessons learned• Integrated and deep learning – Bloom’s Analyzing/Evaluating/Creating levels• On-the-job training, before the job• Transformative mentoring• Interns want additional training
    25. 25. Student Testimonials“ . . .I have learned again the importance of communication, mutual support . . .”“. . . This experience has made me more excited and confident to work for a company . . .”“. . .The best part about STUDENTfacturED is that I got real world knowledge and I did not have to spend hundreds of dollars on a new text book . . .”
    26. 26. Student Testimonials“. . . One the most important lessons I can take from this experience is how to work in teams . . .”“. . . All the skills I have learned will definitely help build my resume . . .”“STUDENTfacturED provides great exposure to working in a regulated industry. This type of experience is unrivaled in any classroom Ive ever seen.”
    27. 27. R. Kevin PeggFlorida State College at Jacksonville
    28. 28. The Co-located CRO Model: R. Kevin Pegg, Florida State College at Jacksonville Panel 1: Bioscience Business/Education Models 8:45am – 10:00amThe FSCJ Biotechnology programis an A.S. laboratory technician trainingwith two tracks:an academic track that trains forMayo Clinic, UF Shands;and a food safety testing track.The facility incorporates a “third-party”International testing company fullyintegrated into the program:Physically, financially, an academically.
    29. 29. • Eurofins Partnership: – Eurofins companies have about US $800 million annual sales and 7,000 employees across 150 sites in 29 countries • FSCJ is their only site in Florida • Portfolio of over 40,000 analytical methods, familiar brands such as MWG Operon• Eurofins operates under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the college – Request for Information December 2008 • Request for Proposal April 2009 – Negotiations throughout 2010 » Operations proceeded starting Summer 2010 – Launched officially in October 2010 • First cohort of students in 2010/2011• Eurofins pays rent based on local averages – Utilities are flat-rate – Returns share of profits based on modified “Lehman formula” (1M:2M:3M:4M:5M) – Agreements on IP, confidentiality, no exclusivity – Require TPO to intern and provide traineeships— • But not agreement to hire students preferentially Third Party Operator Model
    30. 30. Separate, Shared, and “mirrored” spaces Current crop of students observing Eurofins operations via view portsInterns andtrainees Graduate, now full time Physically Integrated
    31. 31. • Eurofins participates directly in program goals: – Curriculum reviews – SOP development – Advising students interested in the field – Advisory Boards• College participates in industry directions – Standards development – Technical meetings – Best practices, materials Academically Integrated
    32. 32. • “Access” – Steady stream of people--scientists and Intangibles corporate– one would never encounter in a purely academic environment• Trends – Eurofins called the FSMA legislation two years before it was passed (hint: they wrote it)• Vendor credibility – Ultra LC-MS *
    33. 33. Wendie JohnstonPasadena City College
    34. 34. Shared use wetlab BCN BiosciencesMonth to month rent:Bench, desk, shelves Fully equipped labTissue culture facility Not for profit
    35. 35. ORIGINAL FUNDING: 2004: STATE LEGISLATION - 500 sq ft in sharedFOUNDING MEMBERS: use facilityCity, Industry, SoCalBio, - 2 tenants Community College, - Donated desks,State University, Caltech casework, equipment
    36. 36. DetonCorp 2012: Jobs Created - 10,000+ sq ft Current tenants: 78 - 16+ tenants Graduates: 55- 6 successful graduates 2 spin-offs
    37. 37. Benefit to Tenant100% ownership of IPDiscounted supplies - BIOCollaboration - other tenantsHigh speed internetBasic office equipmentInterns availableResource list OphidionTrade Organization membership
    38. 38. CollaborationsIndustry and university donations Amgen Bruce Wallace Lab Program Saturday mentored workdays for high school and college students - internship preparation
    39. 39. Suzanne WintersBioInnovations Gateway, Salt Lake City
    40. 40. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing BusinessGovernor Herbert’s Agenda: Strengthen and grow Utah businesses Increase innovation, entrepreneurship and investment Increase national and international business Prioritize education to develop the workforce of the future GOALS To provide life science start-up businesses a competitive edge by providing access to state-of- the-art space, equipment and talent in a cost-effective manner To provide a workforce training program offering real-life, hands on experience in which students develop creative thinking and life science work skills in a product-driven environment
    41. 41. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing BusinessIncubator Companies Biomanufacturing /Biotechnology/Engineering 7 Company Labs  Industry driven curricula Biotech & Medical Device  Concurrent enrollment with SLC Quarterly milestone evaluation  Internships strongly encouraged CEO Lunch and Learn Facilities BiG  Classrooms  Teaching Labs  Company Labs Students  Shared Wet/Analytical Labs BioIn BioMan  CAD Lab  Machine Shop/Prototyping Lab
    42. 42. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing Business Workforce Training Component- 3 Tier Learning Model1. Basic labs (yr 1)-- Research equipment (yr 2)2. BioInnovateTM – Student Design/Development Projects Contract Manufacturing and Distribution 2b. Intern-in-Training3. Resident company internships
    43. 43. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing BusinessLife Science Business Incubator Component Companies must be committed to the workforce training component of the facility Companies required to conduct seminars for students/classes Companies strongly encouraged to hire student interns (min 8 wks) If equipment scheduling conflicts occur, classes take priority
    44. 44. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing Business Benefits to Students/Teachers  Internships/experiential learning BiG  Advanced skills  Improved employability  Professional development Students  Networking w/ entrepreneurs  Networking w/ chief scientists CRO BioMan Benefits to Companies  Access to high-end equipmentBenefits to Utah  Availability to interns New companies and jobs  Grooming of potential employees Trained workforce pipeline  Affordable office/laboratory Serve as a national model space  Contract research capabilities
    45. 45. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing BusinessIncubator Metrics  Currently 5 client companies- 28 new jobs created  5 patent filings, 2 license agreements, 4- 510(k) submissions and 2 scientific publications  Ongoing monthly CEO seminars/training  Quarterly technical and business milestones reviews with each client  More than $11.5 Million investment capital secured  First graduation June 2012!
    46. 46. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing BusinessWorkforce Metrics 155 high school students 1000 9th graders (pipeline) Biomanufacturing curriculum revisions Injection Molding certification program Ongoing student seminar series and industry field trips Senior project credit for BioInnovate/Internships Intern-in-Training program for students Completed BioInnovate project (Patent issued and interested licensee)
    47. 47. BioInnovations Gateway Growing Talent… Growing Business Thank You!Suzanne Winters, Ph.D.Director, BioInnovations Gateway2500 South State StreetSouth Salt Lake, UT 84115phone: 385.646.4625fax: 385.646.4381suzannewinters@utah.govwww.bioinnovationsgateway.org
    48. 48. Panel 2: Challenges in setting up Business/Education Models MODERATOR: Dr. Kathryn Birmingham, Dean, Florida State College at Jacksonville PANELISTS: Elizabeth Boedeker, St. Louis Community College Linnea Fletcher, Austin Community College Tami Goetz, Former Biotechnology Program Chair, Salt Lake Community College Chuck Crabtree, Director - Iowa BioDevelopment, Indian Hills Community College
    49. 49. Panel 3: Educational & Workforce Development Impacts of Business/Education Models MODERATOR: Laurence Clement, Synergy-B2B Project Leader, Bio-Link PANELISTS: Candiya Mann (by Skype), Senior Research Manager at Washington State University Peggy Weeks, BioBench Evaluator, St. Louis Community College Alicia Manfre, Hagerstown Community College Ian Rappold, student in St. Louis CC Program Adam Blaszczak, Salt Lake Community College
    50. 50. Panel 4: Economic/Business Impacts of Business/Education Models MODERATOR: John Carrese, Centers of Excellence/Bio-Link,City college of San Francisco PANELISTS: Beth Noonan, St. Louis County Economic Council Marc Vanacht, Trophomax, St. Louis Tim Nieman, CEO, Zien Medical, BioInnovations Gateway, Salt Lake City Tami Goetz, Governor’s Office of Economic Development, Salt Lake City
    51. 51. Open Mic Topic: Quality Assurance for National CRO/CMO ProgramsCraig Caldwell (by Skype), Biotechnology Department Chair, Salt Lake Community
    52. 52. THANK YOU!

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