Category: Pharmaceutical Process Analytical Technologies The Pharma Industry Gawayne Mahboubian-Jones QbD Ali Afnan R&d Quality By Design Quality Ajaz Hussain Philip Morris International Optimal Industrial Automation Syntq
Submitted by pharmamanufacturing on Thu, 05/13/2010 - 08:49
Last week, Gawayne Mahboubian-Jones, one of the key thought leaders of the pharmaceutical PAT movement, left a position at Optimal Industrial Automation, whose SynTQ software is finding more users in life sciences, to join Philip Morris International as Program Manager, Excellence in Science and Design.
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This week, the FDA will lose its most eloquent advocate for process analytical technologies (PAT): Ali Afnan, senior staff fellow at CDER's OPS. who leaves the Agency this Friday to pursue a career in independent consulting.
Category: management Process Analytical Technologies FDA Pharmaceutical Process Analytical Technologies The Pharma Industry Pharmaceutical Industry Videos Automation Automation and control QbD Ali Afnan Process Validation Emerson Users Exchange
Submitted by pharmamanufacturing on Wed, 10/21/2009 - 16:41
Ever get stuck behind a loud bore on an airplane? I had that misfortune last week. Eventually tuned him out, but couldn’t help but pity his quiet seat-mate, who didn’t know a peptide from a Pepsi, as he got sucked deeper and deeper into a one-sided verbal black hole,...
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Submitted by pharmamanufacturing on Tue, 10/28/2008 - 19:10
I’m typing these notes, wedged sideways so that my laptop will fit on an empty middle seat, as I fly home from ISPE’s annual meeting. (A friendly warning: if you are over 5’4” tall, don’t travel on Spirit Airlines unless