Tara Hamilton

Tara Hamilton

Tara Hamilton
Dr. Tara Hamilton
Industry Trainer, Aseptic Processing

Tara has more than 13 years of teaching experience in bioprocessing practices, upstream, downstream, biochemistry and molecular biology. Before beginning her teaching career, Tara conducted research on the role of cytoskeletal proteins in cardiomyocytes as well as the molecular mechanisms of exocytosis in human platelets. She is experienced with recombinant DNA, PCR, fermentation, protein purification, antibody production, mammalian cell culture, and electron microscopy.

Business Solutions

Need Audience Solution
Aseptic Practices New Hires, Operators and Technicians Aseptic Processing I
Aseptic Practices Operators and Technicians Aseptic Processing II
Aseptic Practices Operators and Technicians Maintenance Controls for Aseptic Operations
Aseptic Practices Maintenance Technicians, New Hires, Operators and Technicians Cleanroom Gowning Certification

Professional History

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry
  • B.S. Biochemistry


  • ATD Master Trainer
  • Environmental Compliance Peer Auditor
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • DOT-Hazardous Materials in Transportation

Instructional Expertise

  • Aseptic Processing
  • Aseptic Cleanroom Gowning
  • Bioprocessing
  • BioWork
  • Cell Culture
  • Laboratory Skills
  • Microbiology


"The Aseptic Processing class was great hands on experience of areas that I normally audit for work. Tara shared industry examples to highlight the coursework being taught. She also encouraged the class to share work experiences on discussion topics, so that the class could have a better understanding of industry standards across companies. I would highly recommend this class for someone wanting hands on experience with Aseptic Processing. "
- Jennifer Brook, Quality Assurance Consultant