NanoMedU RNA Vaccine

Downstream Processing


Pre-recorded for convenient self-paced access. Register today.


Tangential flow filtration (TFF) is explored specifically for the downstream processing of RNA LNPs and other nanomedicines. This online module covers the fundamentals of TFF as well as a generalized approach to optimizing process parameters for its application in downstream processing of RNA-LNPs.

Learning Objectives

 • Learn the basic working principle of TFF, key terminology, and best practises

 • Understand how to design, develop, and control a TFF process for RNA-LNPs

 • Learn the essential steps for optimisation of downstream processing of RNA-LNPs

LNP Purification

Who Should Attend

• Leaders in both academia and industry

• University Professor, Post Doc, Research Associate, Students

• Principal Scientist, Technology Leader, R&D Scientist, Formulation and Drug Development Scientist, Clinical Manufacturing Scientist, Process Scale-up and Technology Transfer Scientist

What's Included

• Certificate of completion

• 12 months access to on-demand content

• 1-hour recorded classroom-style lecture

• Recorded in-lab demonstration of the downstream processing of RNA-LNPs

Knowledge test


Downstream Processing of RNA-LNPs


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Tahereh Tohidi Moghadam, PhD


Tahereh Tohidi Moghadam

Dr. Tahereh Tohidi Moghadam has 8 years of experience working as Assistant Professor and 2 years as Department Head at Tarbiat Modares University, where she trained M.Sc. and Ph.D. students on fundamentals and applications of Nanotechnology in the theranostic space.