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About BTEC and Why to relocate to NC

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    • Golden LEAF Biomanufacturing Training & Education Center (BTEC)North Carolinas Biopharma Environmentmarcelo_anderson@ncsu.edu
    • Recruit
      Support
      Place
      Agenda
      NC Evolution
      NC Educational Environment
      The Opportunities
      What this means for you
      NC Bioscience Environment
      Historical, Today & Tomorrow
      Open Discussion
    • NC Evolution
    • Evolution -RTP
    • Consortium Partners
      >$50MM
      $MM in donations
      Industry
      $7MM/yr for operations for BTEC
      State of
      North Carolina
      • Capstone (Wake Tech CC)
      • Bioprocessing (Pitt CC)
      • BioEd (Gaston CC)
      • Pharmaceutical Center (Forsyth CC & Guilford Tech CC)
      • BioAg (Robeson CC)
      • BioBusiness (Asheville-Buncombe Tech CC)
      • Validation Academy (Wake Tech)
      • B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences,
      • Concentration in bioanalytical chemistry, protein separation sciences or molecular cloning
      • M.S. in Drug Discovery or Biomanufacturing
    • BTEC Mission
      Through its unique facilities and excellent staff, the Golden LEAF Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) provides a wide variety of high-quality educational and training opportunities to
      develop skilled professionals for the biomanufacturing industry, thus contributing to the social and economic wellbeing of the industry and the state.
    • BTEC Advisory Board
      Golden LEAF
      Foundation
      Industry
      • Biogen-Idec
      • Biolex
      • Catalent
      • Diosynth
      • Eisai
      • GSK
      • KBI BioPharma
      • Merck
      • Novartis
      • Novo-Nordisk
      • Novozymes
      • Talecris Biotherapeutics
      • Wyeth
      NCSU
      • Dean, College of Engineering
      • VC, Research & Grad. Studies
      • Dept Head, Genetics
      • Director, Biotechnology Program
      NCBC
      Suppliers
      • ABB
      • Sartorius-Stedim
      NCCCS
      • Econ. Dev.
      • BioNetwork
      BRITE
      NCBIO/BMF
    • BTEC Organization
      Pre-BTEC Experience
      NCSU 16/36 = 44%
      Other Academia = 4/36 = 12%
      Industry = 16/36 = 44%
    • Floor Plan – 1st Floor
      Classrooms
      Bioprocessing Suite
      (Large Scale)
      Labs
      (Bench Scale)
      BTEC Offices
    • Floor Plan – 2nd Floor
      Aseptic Suite
      Bioprocessing Suite
      (Intermediate)
      Future
      BL2
      Space
      NCCCS Offices
    • Enrollments
      Current Capacity = current space, equipment, headcount
      Proposed Capacity = after up-fitting additional space, equipment purchases, hiring
    • Student Breakdown
    • FDA Contract
      • Bioprocessing – Onsite COMPLETED on May 20 - 22
      • QC/Analytical - Onsite COMPLETED on August 12-14
      • Engineering - Onsite COMPLETED on November 18 - 20
      • Aseptic Processing
      • Negotiating for subcontract with NCCCS (Wake Tech) for development work
      • Onsite COMPLETED on February 24-26
      • FDA picked up option year
    • Short Courses
      • Format
      • 0.5 - 4 days duration
      • >50% laboratory
      • Completed
      • Chromatography, Ferm Engineering & Operations
      • Available
      • Bioreactors for Cell Culture : 6/23 - 6/25/2009
      • Biologic Formulation Science Fundamentals : 6/30- 7/01/09
      • cGMP Fermentation Operations : 7/07- 7/09/09
      • Single-Use Bioreactor Technology : 7/14 - 7/16/09
      • Fermentation Engineering : 7/21 - 7/23/09
    • Corporate Outreach
      • Development projects
      • Testing agreements (5)
      • Laboratory space use (2)
      • Sponsored development (5)
      • Training plans
      • Boot camp (2)
      • Customized training (DHS & FDA)
      • Senior Design Projects (14)
      • Apprenticeships (10)
    • Recruit
      Support
      Place
      Creating Value for Students and Industry
      Industry- Ready
      Graduates
      • HS Students
      • NCCCS Transfers
      • Industry Professionals
      • Co-op/Internship Options
      • Industry Information
      • Job Fairs
      • Resume Help
      • Interview Practice
      • Career Fairs
      • Teacher Workshops
      • Recruiting Trips
      • Promotional Literature
      • SCIBLS
      • Tours
      • One-on-one
      • ISPE Student
      Chapter
      • Student Projects
      • Presentation Skills
    • NC Educational Opportunities
      • What does this mean for you?
      • Undergrad & Grad
      • Sharpening or Retooling
      • Business, Leadership, Innovation
      • Joint projects
      • Collaborative Research
    • NC Bioscience
      • #3, >520, >$82,000, $1 & $45 Billion
      • Amino Acid, Biofuel, BioPharma, Biotechnology, CRO, Dairy, Devices, Diagnostics, DNA, Enzyme, Food Products, Bioag, Tox and Vaccines
      • Academic Research Centers
      • NCBC, 7 Science Parks & NCBIOIMPACT
      • Fastest Growing, Most Profitable
      Source NC Biotech Center
    • Source NC Biotech Center
    • Mountains to the Sea
      Eastern Region (17) - 74
      Piedmont Triad Region (11) - 175
      RTP Region (10) - 941
      Western Region (17) - 48
      Greater Charlotte Region (10) - 197
      1-4
      5-10
      11-20
      Southeastern Region (6) - 64
      21-100
      >100
      1499 Companies State-wide
      Source NC Biotech Center
    • Mountains to the Sea
      Biofuels Center
      RTP & Centennial Campus
      Bioinformatics, Charlotte Research Institute, University Research Park
      Regenerative Medicine, Gateway University Research Park, Piedmont Triad Research Park
      Functional Foods
      1.5 billion, NC Research Campus
      Nutraceuticals
      #2 Biodiversity
      Marine Science
      North-Carolina-Map.org
    • The Future
      GLOCAL
      Delivery
    • Open Discussion