Event Date/Time: Jan 26, 2009
End Date/Time: Jan 28, 2009
Jan 25, 2009
Analytical methods are a major tool used in pharmaceutical development to control the quality and integrity of the active drug substance or drug product. Methods are normally developed at one site and then transferred to one or more sites during the drug development process. Qualifying analysts to perform these methods is a critical activity that will significantly impact the launch of a product. Activities of a method transfer process must be managed effectively to deliver an analytical method from one site or department to another.
This live and interactive 2-session web training course will present fundamental principles of a method transfer, examine different strategies, and discuss key factors that will influence the transfer of analytical methods from one site to another.
This course will benefit analytical chemists, QC chemists, regulators, and researchers who are involved in the technology transfer of pharmaceutical products. You must have at least 2 years experience in pharmaceutical industry to get the full benefit of this course.