Director, Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing; director, Concourse; professor of chemical engineering
areas of expertise: pharmaceutical manufacturing, stabilization and formulation of biopharmaceuticals, nucleation and crystallization, molecular-level design of products and processes, molecular simulations and theory of reactions incomplex systems
Bernhardt Trout’s research focuses on molecular engineering, specifically, the development and application of both computational and experimental molecular based methods to engineering chemical products and processes with unprecedented specificity.
Since 2000, he has focused on molecular engineering for crystallization, formulation and the development of pharmaceutical separation processes. In 2007, together with several colleagues from MIT, he set up the Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing, a partnership with the objective of transforming pharmaceutical manufacturing. In addition to Novartis, he has worked with many other pharmaceutical companies in research or consulting. He has published more than 80 papers and currently has four patent applications submitted.
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