781.238.8402 batl@northeastern.edu

BATL
OVERVIEW

The Biopharmaceutical Analysis Training Laboratory (BATL) was established to provide a source for training—through experiential learning—on the intricacies of regulatory considerations for pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and other related health products. Guided by the mission of Northeastern University to apply its use-inspired research and commitment to experiential learning to address societal needs, BATL contributes to improving patient access to safe healthcare products and health security by offering a unique hands-on training opportunity to academia, industry, and government in the form of affordable, practical, and comprehensive courses in its state-of-the-art facility.

BATL is recognized by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the International Council for Harmonisation (ICH), the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), and the World Health Organization (WHO) as a neutral, global facilitator of collaboration between academia, industry, and government toward regulatory convergence. As a trusted partner within this wide collaborative network of international and regional regulatory authorities, industry, non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions, BATL is playing a leadership role in contributing to regional capacity-building and systems-strengthening initiatives.

OUR GLOBAL REACH

A COMMITMENT TO EXPERIENTIAL TRAINING

The Biopharmaceutical Analysis Training Laboratory (BATL) was established to provide a source for training—through experiential learning—on the intricacies of regulatory considerations for pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and other related health products. Guided by the mission of Northeastern University to apply its use-inspired research and commitment to experiential learning to address societal needs, BATL contributes to improving patient access to safe healthcare products and health security by offering a unique hands-on training opportunity to academia, industry, and government in the form of affordable, practical, and comprehensive courses in its state-of-the-art facility.

BATL is recognized by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the International Council for Harmonisation (ICH), the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), and the World Health Organization (WHO) as a neutral, global facilitator of collaboration between academia, industry, and government toward regulatory convergence. As a trusted partner within this wide collaborative network of international and regional regulatory authorities, industry, non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions, BATL is playing a leadership role in contributing to regional capacity-building and systems-strengthening initiatives.

GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION

Length of courses:
2.5  Days

Course limitation:
up to 12 attendees per course

INCLUDED IN REGISTRATION FEE

Lunch provided on all 3 days
Breakfast provided on day 2 and 3

Safety goggles and lab coats will be provided; NOTE: closed toed shoes are required for practical part of courses
Free wifi is available
Free parking is available

PRICING STRUCTURE

Commercial/government:
$1900     

Academic:
$700

***Scholarships may be available to qualified applicants (contact:  j.auclair@northeastern.edu)

10% discount for registering for two courses

Group discounts (> 3 attendees), alumni discounts and student rates are available, please call Jared Auclair at +1.781.238.8402 or 1.617.373.5013.

REFUND/
CANCELLATION POLICY

In the event that you need to cancel your participation, you may

  • transfer your registration to a colleague within your organization
  • credit your registration to another hands-on course

Note: cancellations will only be accepted for refund up to two weeks prior to the course; cancellations must be received and confirmed via email (j.auclair@northeastern.edu); within two weeks of course the registration will not be refunded, however it may be credited towards another course.

If for any reason the course organizer needs to cancel the course, delegates will be refunded in full or registered for the next available course, should they wish.

GENERAL RATES FOR SAMPLE ANALYSIS
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

$220/hr Lab Head time (1 hour minimum)

$300/hr Instrument time

$200/sample

*Northeastern Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology faculty may receive a 50% discount

**Northeastern faculty from other departments may receive a 25% discount

Contact Jared Auclair, Ph.D. (j.auclair@northeastern.edu)

WHERE TO STAY

Hyatt House Boston/Burlington  
(0.45 mi)

2 Van De Graaff Dr Burlington, MA, 01803 United States
‎1-866-573-4235‎

Boston Marriott Burlington 
(0.86 mi)

1 Burlington Mall Road Burlington, MA, 01803 United States,
1-866-678-6350‎

Sonesta ES Suites Burlington Boston 
(1.2 mi)
11 Old Concord Rd Burlington, MA, 01803United States
1-866-767-0278‎

Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Burlington
(1.2 mi)
5 Wheeler Rd Burlington, MA, 01803 United States
1-866-925-4159