Analytical Chemistry in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Venue: Radisson SAS Hotel

Location: Dublin, Ireland

Event Date/Time: May 12, 2009 End Date/Time: May 13, 2009
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Analytical chemistry underpins pharmaceutical drug development by providing assurance of the quality, safety and efficacy of new medicines. This course is an overview of the areas in which analytical chemistry plays a vital role in developing a new drug. There is a focus on HPLC as being the most important analytical procedure in today’s pharmaceutical industry, but other techniques are also covered, for instance those used to investigate polymorphism in new drugs. The applicability of regulatory guidance, particularly that from ICH, to analytical chemistry is also covered in this course.
This course will benefit managers with a responsibility for analytical chemists. It is also recommended for project team members working alongside analytical chemists, as well as analysts requiring a broad overview of their role in the pharmaceutical industry. While covering a range of techniques, emphasis is also placed on the responsibilities of the analytical chemist to deliver reliable data in compliance with appropriate regulatory guidance.

This course will benefit managers with a responsibility for analytical chemists. It is also recommended for project team members working alongside analytical chemists, as well as analysts requiring a broad overview of their role in the pharmaceutical industry. While covering a range of techniques, emphasis is also placed on the responsibilities of the analytical chemist to deliver reliable data in compliance with appropriate regulatory guidance.

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