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2010 AAPS Annual Meeting – Highlights

American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) MeetingThis week, I was in New Orleans attending the 2010 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting. The AAPS Meeting combines a large trade show with technical presentation and poster sessions running in parallel.

At the 2010 AAPS meeting, hot topics included Quality by Design (QbD), Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and the drive towards real-time release for pharmaceutical products. FBRM and PVM technologies were well represented with numerous posters and presentations focusing on their use to understand, optimize and control particle size distribution during drug product formulation. Continue reading

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:

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Improving Global Health Through Advances in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Here is an introductory video that discusses the 2010 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting which will take place November 14 to 18 in New Orleans:

AAPS Meeting : 2010 from Nem Perez on Vimeo.

From AAPS 2009: How To Improve Roller Compaction Processes

At the 2009 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, Gerald Burke presented a case study on how Patheon Pharmaceuticals improved roller compaction processes.  Specifically, the case study focused on the influence of roller compactor settings on Critical Quality Attributes (CQAs) and the early prediction and control of granule porosity. Continue reading