Virtual Meeting: Ensuring Pharmaceutical Product & Process Quality with Spectrometric Methods

Virtual Meeting: Ensuring Pharmaceutical Product & Process Quality with Spectrometric Methods
When: September 18, 19 & 20

Today's pharmaceutical industry professionals are becoming increasingly interested in NIR, Raman and Particle Characterization technologies that allow them to gain immediate insight into formerly intractable problems such as:
  • Surface quality for finished dosage forms
  • Distinguishing between one polymorph and another of the same crystalline material 
  • Size and shape during granulation, mixing and other processes need to be know in real-time 
  • Materials identification and qualification 
  • Quality of coatings 
  • Pre-formulation interactions and stability testing
  • Lyophilization process monitoring
  • Process control and understanding

Which technologies works best for each type of problem? What are the limitations of each technique, where do they overlap and complement each other? How can they be combined, and used with other techniques to achieve the best results?

This three-day online program will feature more than 20 industry experts and will focus on platforms that are being applied to the most challenging pharmaceutical Manufacturing, QA/QC and R&D problems.  Register to attend all or part of each of the three days.  Or, if you can't attend live register to receive notification of the posting of the on-demand presentations.

September 18, 2012 - NIR Program & Registration

September 19, 2012 - Raman Program & Registration

September 20, 2012 - Particle Characterization & Imaging Program & Registration

This program is supported by leading industry solution providers - there is no charge to attend. 

Thank you to our sponsors:

             bruker logo    BW Tek   innpharma labs

malvern   Thermo Scientific      deltanu    middleton research

Thanks you to our supporting sponsor:




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