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QbD in Pharma Development

01 Mar 2013 - 02 Mar 2013 - Chandigarh, India



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At the QbD in Pharma Development conference and Exhibition, presentations will be given on: Federal Requirements, QbD for API & Excipients, QbD in Analytical Development, Prioritization using QRM, FMEA & Screening Designs, QbD in Product Development using FbD, FbD & DoE using pertinent software packages, Key issues in earmarking design and control spaces, FbD Implementation using Optimization Designs and QbD/FbD Case Studies.

 

This Seminar will offer definitive benefits to the scientists from academia and industry working in the domains of Product Development, Process R & D, Scale-up, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Global Regulatory Affairs, API, Excipients, Pharmaceutical Analysis and Technology Transfer.


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