part of the UF Center of excellence for regenerative health biotechnology (CERHB)
The mission of Biotility at UF CERHB is to provide high-quality education and training to individuals jumpstarting or advancing a career in the bioscience industry. As the education and training arm of CEHRB, our programs include industry-recognized credentials, industry short-course certificates, and customized training solutions. Visit our website to learn about our bioscience education and training options.
Pathways to progress in the industry. Take your education further with our industry recognized credential, the Biotechnician Assistant Credentialing Exam (BACE), to open a world of opportunities. BACE credential earners have gone on to land positions at nationwide companies like Thermo-Fisher Scientific, Boehringer-Ingelheim, and Ology Bioservices. Gain knowledge on the highly regulated bioscience industries with our short-courses that cover a variety of industry-valued topics like Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), Good Laboratory Practices (cGLP), and Good Documentation Practices (cGDP).
Share experiences with the future generation of the bioscience workforce. Our courses provide educators hands-on experiences with the skills, techniques and knowledge within regulatory compliance curricula in the context of working in the bioscience industry. Additionally, our certificate courses allow educators to stay at the forefront of the field and bring more specialized course content and materials into their instruction.
Biotility’s short-courses are attended by professionals preparing to enter industry careers, as well as researchers, all of whom seek to expand and deepen their knowledge in technical and regulatory details unique to biotechnology industries and translational research. Living at the unique intersection of academia and industry, our short-courses provide knowledge necessary for bridging discovery with product launch.
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