EXPOSITION 2005 - Good Laboratory Controls & Practices

Venue: DoubleTree International Plaza Hotel &

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2005 End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2005
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6 Pre-conference Workshops and 16 Main Conference Seminars Over 40 Exhibitors

The greatest gathering of Laboratory, Quality and Validation Experts from across the globe addressing most pressing Issues on Good Laboratory Practices in pharmaceutical, biotech and allied industries

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

It is with great pleasure to invite you to participate in IPA’s Exposition 2005 titled “Good Laboratory Controls and Practices” taking place in Toronto, Canada on September 19 – 20, 2005.

IPA Conferences have acquired high national and international reputation, and gather professionals that deal with all aspects of pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and allied industries.

Exposition 2005 is organized as a predecessor of our Exposition 2002, with an even larger outcome in mind. This anticipated event is devoted to addressing; technical, methodological, compliance and regulatory requirements for Good Laboratory Practices. Organizations involved in analytical testing will benefit from this event in building a compliant quality system in support of regulatory requirements and commitments.

This intensive two-day interactive event has a diverse mix and match format offering multiple workshops and seminars presented by over 20 national and international industry experts from key organizations. This year’s Exposition with 6 parallel pre-conference workshops on Monday September 19, 2005 and 16 seminars in two parallel sessions on Tuesday September 20, 2005 is expected to attract a over 300 participants, owing not only to the cutting-edge scientific, technical and regulatory content, but also to the large number of exhibitors from Canada, USA and Europe.

This unique event will include up-to-date information on laboratory instrumentation, analytical method development and validation, equipment qualification, LIMS, good documentation practices, laboratory computerized systems, reference standards, microbiological testing, reagents, laboratory designs and dealing with OOS test results from the various regulatory and operational perspectives.

This event will feature dynamic panel discussions, case studies and workshops; giving attendees ample opportunities to discuss pertinent in-depth issues with their colleagues and to network with other industry players.

The Exposition 2005 is the place to be for a unique learning experience
Once again, it will be our pleasure to have you sharing this event with us and we look forward to welcoming you here in Toronto in the very near future.

IPA Executive Committee

Canada's Most Important Strategic Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical
Laboratory and Compliance Event of the Year

Program Highlights:

- GMP Requirements for Good Laboratory Practices
- Laboratory Equipment Qualification
- HPLC Method Development
- Raw Material Testing
- USP Calibrators
- Dissolution Testing and Method Development
- Laboratory Reference Standards and Controls
- QC Stability Testing
- Implementation of LC/MS in the QC Laboratory
- Analysis of Organic Volatile Impurities
- Microbiology Testing
- Development of Particle Size Analysis Methods
- Good Documentation Practices
- SOP, Report, Protocol writing
- Investigation of Out-of –Specification (OOS) Test Results
- Good Laboratory Designs
- Application of NIR in QC Laboratory
- USP <429>, Particle Size Testing and Method Development
- Analytical Solvents
- Ensuring the Integrity of Electronic Records and Signatures
- Good Laboratory Design Practices
- Use of a Contract Laboratory


Karl G. Aveard
Syska Hennessy Group, Inc. CA - USA

Dr. Kallol M. Biswas
Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis - USA

Mr. William E. Brown
United State Pharmacopeia (USP)

Mark Bumiller
Malvern Instruments, MA - USA

Dr. Geoff Carr
Patheon Inc., ON - Canada

Steve P. Calabro

Dr. Gary E. Clapp

Len Grunbaum
The Practical Solutions Group Solutions, CA - USA

Dr. John Christian Knutsen

Mr. Daniel Lobato
Micro-Virology Laboratories, Inc. (MVL), CA - USA

George E. Markus
Clinical Research of Canada Inc., ON - Canada

Robert Mattes

Stephen P. Mayock
Cardinal Health, NC - USA

Terry E. Munson
Parexel Consulting, VA - USA

Michael S. Petryschuk
Caledon Laboratories, ON - Canada

Dr. Charlie Sodano
Berlex Biosciences, CA - USA

Guest Speaker
Health Canada, ON - Canada

Nancy E. Tomoney
PharmaSys., Cary, NC - USA

John Vukovic
Waters Canada, ON - Canada

Saeid Yazdani
Biogen Idec, CA - USA

Who Should Attend?

Because of its comprehensive content, this is a Must program for everyone in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biologics, medical device and allied industries with daily responsibilities in the following areas:

- Quality Control
- R&D
- In-Process Testing
- Microbiology
- Quality Assurance
- Instrumentation & Calibration
- Engineering
- Validation Services
- Documentation and Technical Writing
- Training
- Regulatory Affairs
- GMP/GLP Compliance
- Contract Laboratories
- Consultants
- Contract Manufacturing


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Additional Information

Course Registration Fee For: “Exposition 2005 - Good Laboratory Controls & Practices ”. Choose one breakout workshop in each timeframe Pre-Conference Full-day Interactive Workshops Monday September 19, 2005 $480.00 (CAD) + GST (7%) Main Conference General Sessions and Exhibition Tuesday September 20, 2005 $600.00 (CAD) + GST (7%) All-Inclusive Package: • Monday September 19, 2005: Two Pre-Conference Workshops • Tuesday September 20, 2005: Main Conference and Exhibition $780.00 (CAD) + GST (7%) [A total saving of: $300.00 (CAD) + GST (7%)]