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Title: BioNetwork: Preparing North Carolinas WorldClass Biotechnology Workforce


1
  • BioNetwork Preparing North Carolinas
    World-Class Biotechnology Workforce
  • Southern Growth Policies Board
  • January 2006
  • H. Martin Lancaster, President
  • North Carolina Community College System
  • www.nccommunitycolleges.edu
  • www. ncbionetwork.org

919-807-7100
2
  • North Carolina is home to Souths largest
    biotechnology community, countrys third-highest
    concentration
  • 1 in contract research organizations
  • 2 in ag-bio research development
  • 3 in bioprocess manufacturing
  • 4 in pharmaceutical companies
  • 7 of top 10 pharmaceutical companies have NC
    facilities
  • More than 32,000 employees in 228 companies
    producing 7 billion a year in revenues
  • 125,000 jobs projected in North Carolina by 2025

3
The Biomanufacturing Workforce
67 of biomanufacturing and pharmaceutical
employees employees have less than baccalaureate
degree Appropriately trained at community
colleges
4
Established Community College Support
for Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals
  • State-supported customized training for New
    expanding industry (NEIT)
  • New business
  • Expanding business
  • Continuing incumbent worker training and
    education
  • BioWork training, curriculum programs for new
    workers

5
BioNetwork
  • Cost-efficient, effective way for community
    colleges to serve biotechnology cluster,
    biomanufacturing companies and North Carolinians
    by sharing information, innovations and resources
  • Initial funding largely from GoldenLEAF
  • Now state-funded through recurring appropriation

6
BioNetwork Components
  • BioNetwork Central Office
  • BioProcessing Center
  • BioPharmaceutical Center
  • BioAg Center
  • BioEd Center
  • BioBusiness Center
  • Capstone Center

7
Capstone Center
  • Hands-on training for students from across NC
    Community College System
  • Managed by consortium headed by Wake Technical
    Community College
  • Temporarily housed at Wake Tech
  • Spring 2007, moves to NC States BioManufacturing
    Training and Education Center (BTEC)
  • Clean Room/Aseptic Suite
  • Classrooms, Labs, Videoclassroom
  • Distance Learning Facilities
  • Mobile Biotechnology Laboratory

8
BioNetwork Other Components
  • Innovation Funds
  • Updating or developing curricula
  • Faculty development
  • Access to historically under-served
  • Equipment and Facility Enhancement Funds
  • Purchase of new or used laboratory equipment
  • Retrofitting existing community college space for
    new Equipment
  • Validation Academy
  • Trained validation workers
  • Increased company profitability
  • Access to rural areas

9
BioNetwork Partnerships
BioNetwork
Economic Development
K-12 Systems
BTEC
BRITE
Public Universities
Private Universities
NC Biotech Center
NCBIO
Industry Advisory Boards at All Levels
10
NC BioNetwork after One Year
Camden
Gates
Northampton
Currituck
Alleghany
Warren
Hertford
Pasquotank
Person
Rockingham
Surry
Vance
Ashe
Caswell
Stokes
Perquimans
Halifax
Granville
Chowan
Bertie
Watauga
Wilkes
Franklin
Forsyth
Yadkin
Nash
Orange
Guilford
Avery
Dare
Durham
Tyrrell
Edgecombe
Alamance
Mitchell
Martin
Alexander
Washington
Davie
Caldwell
Wake
Yancey
Madison
Iredell
Wilson
Chatham
Davidson
Beaufort
Pitt
Randolph
Burke
Hyde
Catawba
Rowan
Greene
Buncombe
Johnston
McDowell
Lee
Haywood
Lincoln
Moore
Swain
Wayne
Harnett
Rutherford
Craven
Cabarrus
Lenoir
Montgomery
Graham
Henderson
Pamlico
Gaston
Jackson
Stanly
Cleveland
Polk
Jones
Mecklenburg
Cumberland
Cherokee
Macon
Transylvania
Clay
Richmond
Sampson
Hoke
Duplin
Union
Onslow
Anson
Carteret
Scotland
Bladen
Pender
Robeson
New
Hanover
Columbus
  • Funded, served or part of consortium
  • 44 of 58 community colleges
  • 80 of 100 counties

Brunswick
11
Since BioNetworks Beginning…
  • Doubled enrollment in process technician
    (Biowork) classes
  • Tripled enrollment in biotechnology-related
    curriculum programs

12
New Curricula
  • Current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP
    Essentials for the New Employee, Documentation,
    Conducting Investigations, Management Review,
    Good Laboratory Practice)
  • Quality Assurance
    (QA
    Fundamentals, cGMP, Quality Systems)
  • Bioprocessing (Fermentation Technology, Cell
    Culture, Bioseparation, Purification of a
    Protein, Aseptic Operations)
  • Packaging Engineering, Viticulture, Forestry,
    Aquaculture

13
Faculty Enhancements
  • Train-the Trainer samples
  • Bioreactor Protocol Training
  • Calibration Training
  • Industrial Services Technology
  • Sterile Environment Training
  • BioWork- Process Technician Training
  • Student Assessment
  • Distance Learning Course Design

14
College-to-College Sharing
  • Annual BioForum
  • Secure web site www.ncbionetwork.org 38,000
    hits/month
  • Meetings
  • Newsletters
  • Distance learning

15
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16
Most Important Industry Growth
  • Since June 2004, 13 major expansions/recruitments
    in related industries, 483 million worth,
    including 200 jobs announced just last week in
    Durham
  • Companies include Novo Nordisk, GSK, Bayer Crop
    Science, Stiefel Labs, Synthon Pharma
  • Start-ups flourishing at AB-Tech, elsewhere

17
  • BioNetwork Preparing North Carolinas
    World-Class Biotechnology Workforce
  • Southern Growth Policies Board
  • January 2006
  • H. Martin Lancaster, President
  • North Carolina Community College System
  • www.nccommunitycolleges.edu
  • www. ncbionetwork.org

919-807-7100
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