Basics of Microorganisms in the Cleanroom

Microbiology is the study of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and similar organisms that can't be seen with the naked eye. The need to study these minute organisms is due to their role in the advances in the healthcare and other industries.

This one hour training will discuss:

Bacteria

  • Bacterial structure as it relates to different groups
  • Growth patterns and growth requirements
  • Survival strategy
  • The common sources each group of bacteria
  • Benefits and harm of each bacterial group

Fungi

  • Grouping  of Fungi and their reproductive methods
  • Sources and growth requirements of different fungi
  • Beneficial and harmful fungi

Viruses

  • Types of viruses and their structural differences
  • Propagation among viruses

Actinomycetes

  • The difference between bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes
  • Growth requirements and growth patterns of actinomycetes
  • Beneficial and harmful actinomycetes

How all the above microbes could adapt and mutate rapidly, which results to opportunistic infectious diseases.
 

Instructor

Ziva Abraham

Ziva Abraham is the President and Founder of Microrite, Inc., a California based consulting firm providing consulting and training services to pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices and in vitro diagnostics in the areas of quality assurance, quality control, microbiology, and validation. Ziva has over 25 years of academic, research, clinical and industrial experience in microbiology, and quality assurance. Ziva has received her Master’s Degree in microbiology with a focus on Mycology and has conducted research on developing microbial Insecticides using entomogenous bacteria and fungi towards her Ph.D degree. Her career also includes founding and managing clinical laboratories for Maccabi Medical in Israel. She has trained personnel from various industries in microbiology techniques and methods. She uses her extensive experience to teach why assessing risk of microbial contamination
should be in the forefront of any company that has products for human/veterinary use. Her experience in clinical laboratories has provided her with the framework to understand the effects of microbial contamination in products from a patient safety perspective.

Date

January 14, 2021
12 - 1 p.m. Central Time
Virtual
 

Registration Information

Member :$49
Non-member: $79

Online registration closes January 12.

Register three attendees from your company for the same training course and receive a complimentary fourth registration for another person in your company to attend that course for free! Contact IEST at 847-981-0100 to arrange this option. (Complimentary registration applies to registration of equal or lesser value. Not valid with any other offers or promotions.)

  • Transfers: All registrations are transferable to another person for the same event A $35 transfer fee applies. Transfer of a member registration to a nonmember registration will be charged the difference in fees.
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  • IEST reserves the right to cancel courses, in which case registrants will receive a full refund of the tuition fee.
  • Program and instructor(s) are subject to change.
  • .1 CEUs per class.
  • Payment must accompany registration; there is no invoicing. IEST does not accept purchase orders as a method of payment.
  • All member dues must be current at the time of registration to qualify for the member rates.
  • All education training courses earn Continuing Education Units.