1102 Bates Street, Suite 1670
Houston, Texas 77030
The GMP Facilities at the Center for Cell and Gene Therapy at Baylor College of Medicine are among the largest and most modern in the United States. Manufacturing of therapeutic biologics has existed at Baylor for more than twenty years, and is now centralized in 19,000 square feet on the 16th floor of the Feigin Center at Texas Children’s Hospital.
This facility opened in 2010 and contains 22 ISO 7 clean room suites supported by dedicated space for cell and product cold storage, flow cytometric analysis, quality control testing, data management and storage and quality assurance activities. The staff has extensive experience in GMP manufacturing of a wide variety of products and intermediates for cellular therapies and of viral and non-viral vectors, and master and working cell banks.
Manufacturing and testing supports more than 30 investigator-sponsored INDs conducted at the Texas Medical Center and institutions around the United States. Products have also been prepared under contract for researchers in Europe, Asia and Australia. The range of products that have been manufactured is shown under the Vector and Cell Therapy Facility pages.
The facility is also accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT) and is CLIA registered for high complexity testing.
Center for Cell & Gene Therapy - cGMP Facilities