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PAT & Particle Size Analysis at IFPAC 2011

Three speakers from the 2010 In-Process Particle Forum will present at IFPAC [International Forum Process Analytical Technology] on January 21, 2011 in Baltimore, MD.  Steve Mehrman  of Johnson & Johnson and James Butz of Merck & Co. are scheduled to present during the Particle Characterization/Analysis-Ultrasound Spectroscopy Friday AM V session at IFPAC.  Kevin Macias of Bristol-Myers Squibb will present during the Control Strategies for Drug Product Development and Manufacturing Friday AM VII session. Continue reading

What are Liquid Dosage Formulations?

Often, I hear questions surrounding what are liquid dosage formulations.  I thought I might take the opportunity to provide a short introduction to liquid dosage formulations.  Liquid dosage formulations may be in the form of suspensions or syrups, metered dosed inhalers (MDIs), or creams or lotions. All of these systems would typically have particles present or droplets present in their formulations. There could also be parentals, such as injections or intravenous infusions, which may be particle free. Continue reading

Predictor of Dissolution Performance in Fluid Bed Granulation

In July, I announced that I would be chairing next week’s In Process Particle Forum  being held in Iselin, NJ.  Today, I want to highlight one of the papers that will be presented at In Process Particle ForumSteve Mehrman of Johnson & Johnson will present on using FBRM C35 during fluid bed granulation development and scale-up.

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In Process Particle Forum: Liquid and Solid Dosage Formulations

I am excited to be chairing the upcoming In Process Particle Forum focused on Liquid and Solid Dosage Formulations on September 15 in Woodbridge, NJ. This will be the third year in a row that METTLER TOLEDO has brought together expert users of FBRM and PVM to present their cutting edge research to a group of their peers. This year, we have the best agenda yet with four industry papers from:

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Merck
  • Johnson and Johnson
  • GlaxoSmithKline

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