GTH-B supported by WHO holds second training course for biomanufacturing experts from Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs)
- Regdate2022-10-31 15:05
Starting with the Welcome Session on the 31st of October (Monday), the Ministry of Health and Welfare launched its Introductory Training Course for Standard Practice (GxP) in Biomanufacturing, together with 230 biomanufacturing experts from 33 Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) and 42 trainees from Korea.
This program, which will take place at the Seoul National University’s Siheung Campus for the next 3 weeks, is the second training course organized by Korea since its designation as a Global Training Hub for Biomanufacturing (GTH-B) supported by WHO.
Korea successfully organized and hosted the Introductory Course for Biologics Development and Manufacturing last July, which was offered for 2 weeks to 138 trainees from 25 nations.
- GTH-B supported by WHO holds second training course for biomanufacturing experts from Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs).zip