SBI Digitally Simplified Bioprocessing Fellowship

BioMADE & Scientific Bioprocessing (SBI) Digitally Simplified Bioprocessing Fellowship Program

Introduction/Background:
This project is led by BioMADE Industry partner, Scientific Bioprocessing Inc. (and recently acquired Aquila Biolabs). This initiative is focused on Education and Workforce Development (EWD) for skilled technical workers seeking to enter into the bioindustrial manufacturing sector. The Bioindustrial Manufacturing Design and Ecosystem (BioMADE) Manufacturing Innovation Institute’s EWD team is pleased to partner with SBI on this Fellowship Program. SBI is a world-wide leader for the development of laboratory equipment designed to simplify bioprocessing in both microbial and mammalian cell culture using innovative biomass monitoring sensors, integrated software/analytics and culturing system technologies.

Objectives:
The overall goal of this Fellowship Program is to develop a sustainable and modernized capacity for educational institutions to engage in industry-guided practices in the development of skills knowledge and competencies related to upstream and downstream bioprocessing. Availability and access to state-of-the-art equipment for biomass monitoring and bioprocessing technology are significantly limited in many education and workforce readiness programs designed to prepare bioscience technicians. By leveraging the existing framework of community college CTE bioscience programs, the SBI Digitally Simplified Bioprocessing Fellowship Program aims to accelerate and enable instruction and workforce readiness through providing access to laboratory equipment and leveraging the expertise in curriculum design that is embedded in CTE programs.

Scope:
The term of this project is 24 months, with active engagement of 20 identified community and technical college Biotech CTE programs that will be recipients of SBI equipment. The SBI BioMADE Digitally Simplified Bioprocessing Fellowship Program is highly competitive and selected participants will be notified by early March 2022. This project will encourage institutional participation from MSI, and service to underserved and underrepresented communities. The project participants will be required to report learning experiences outcomes and objectives, mode of implementation, and observations at a designated national forum to highlight the project results.

For consideration for the Fellowship Program, applications must be received by January 28, 2022.










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