How To Track Particle Distribution in Real Time: AAPS 2010

The 2010 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting will be held November 14 to 18 in New Orleans.  As thousands of pharmaceutical scientists from around the world prepare to gather for the AAPS conference that is being held in conjunction with the International Pharmaceutical Federation’s (FIP) Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress (PSWC), I wanted to highlight some papers that will discuss how to track particle distribution in real-time:

American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting

  • SU9199 Non-spectroscopic in-line particle size distribution determination as the end-point for high shear wet granulation Purdue University, Sunday PM
  • T2124 Evaluation of PAT tools for the monitoring and endpoint detection of the High Shear Wet Granulation: NIR, FBRM, PVM, ARS Novartis, Tuesday AM
  • T2139 Process Analytical Technology: Online Monitoring of PLGA Microparticles Formation Using FBRM and PVM FDA/CDER/OPS/DPQR, Tuesday AM
  • T3070 A mechanistic study using polymers to sustain supersaturation upon in-vitro dissolution of liquid filled capsule formulations of a poorly soluble drug molecule Amgen, Tuesday PM
  • W4256 Real Time Particle Size Analysis, Using Focused Beam Reflectance Measurement (FBRM) as a Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Campbell University and GlaxoSmithKline, Wednesday AM
  • W5050 Predicting High Shear Wet Milling Behaviors of Pharmaceutical Solids Pfizer, Wednesday PM
  • W5423 Quality-by-Design (QbD) Case Study: Seeking Linkage Between Real-Time PAT Process Monitoring and Off-line Product Characterization FDA/CDER/OPS/DPQR, Wednesday PM
  • W5429 Resolution and Sensitivity of Lasentec FBRM C35 Probe for Real-Time Chord Length Distribution Measurement During High Shear Wet Granulation and Correlation with Other Particle Size Distribution Techniques Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), Wednesday PM
  • W5432 Improving Liquid Formulations Using In Situ Particle and Droplet Characterization METTLER TOLEDO, Wednesday PM
  • R6266 Application of QbD principles for the evaluation of various Hypromellose grades for a sustained release formulation GlaxoSmithKline, Thursday AM

I look forward to seeing many of you in a few weeks at the AAPS Meeting and would also like to invite you stop by booth 612 in the Exhibition Hall.

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