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Preformulation studies for Tablet Development (2 day)

29 Nov 2012 - 30 Nov 2012 - London, UK



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This unique 2 day course identifies the studies needed to characterise the physico-chemical properties of drug substances in the context of tablet development. Proper understanding of drug substance properties is essential for both candidate selection (during the Research process) and pharmaceutical development. 

On Day 1 of the course we introduce the key elements of tablet development and  the principles of Quality by Design (QbD), and the potential impact of drug substance properties on tablet development.  On Day 2, we study some of the numerous recently developed techniques for rapid and scientific assessment of drug substances using techniques such as Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), high stress stability testing (ASAP - Waterman), and Raman Spectroscopy.  We include experimental, hands-on experience of material compaction using the new Gamlen Tablet Press.

Speakers: Dr Michael Gamlen and Dr Dipankar Dey

Event Manager - Mrs Judy Callanan - E-mail: judy@pharma-training-courses.com



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