Advanced Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals
AMP seeks to organize people, resources and partners in the context of advanced manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. The alliance leverages the collective strength and individual expertise of each for the purpose of crafting innovative business models to attract large-scale funding with the capacity to facilitate advanced research and foster workforce development for the benefit of the state and nation.
The time is right to utilize Purdue’s expertise and reputation and leverage the magnitude of Indiana’s manufacturing industry to capitalize on the current industrial and government landscape that supports large-scale projects.
- Purdue benefits from exceptional reputation in chemistry, engineering, science and pharmaceutical R&D and training.
- Indiana is home to a significant portion of pharmaceutical manufacturing in the U.S.
- Purdue faculty have unparalleled expertise that can be organized better to capitalize on current trends to strengthen supply chains and reshore pharma manufacturing.
- The current industrial and government landscape are favorable to large scale projects.
- New funding sources require extensive planning and organization of teams and resources beyond a typical proposal.
- Innovative business models can be utilized to accomplish ambitious goals that benefit Purdue, Indiana, and the U.S.
Dr. Alina Alexeenko
Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics & Chemical Engineering, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, Co-Director of LyoHUB
Dr. Eric Munson
Dane O. Kildsig Chair in Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Department Head
Dr. Garth Simpson
Professor of Chemistry, Associate Dean for Research and Partnerships, College of Science
The William D. Young Institute for Advanced Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals (AMP) is hosting a special event this Thursday, December 1st from 4-6pm in the Convergence Center, 101 Foundry Drive in West Lafayette. We will be sharing the latest updates of the Young Institute along with a poster session and cocktail reception. Learn more about the event (PDF).
Butler Center is co-sponsoring the following interview organized by The Women's Global Health Institute (WGHI)
Interview with Dr. Margaret Hamburg, the 21st Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and former Foreign Secretary of the National Academy of Medicine, at 6:30 pm EDT on Wednesday April 13. This virtual event is open to the public and free.
To learn more about the summit, go to the Indiana Life Sciences Manufacturing 2022 Summit webpage.
Purdue Advanced Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals Expo on November 23, 2021