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Advance with IFPAC pathway to quality manufacturing

23 December 2014  •  Author(s): IFPAC

IFPACIFPAC® is the essential meeting place for the latest developments in Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and Quality by Design (QbD) within the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology & related industries. IFPAC is known for being a collaborative forum to exchange ideas and network through panel discussions, evening sessions, poster sessions and the exhibition. For over 25 years IFPAC has brought together industry, academia, research institutions, manufacturers/suppliers, as well as International and US Regulatory Agencies to discuss the latest trends in technologies, standards and controls.

The program

IFPAC-2015 will feature comprehensive Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology tracks covering multiple areas of interest including QbD, Continuous Manufacturing, real-time Release Testing, Risk Management, Lifecycle Management, Post-Approval Manufacturing, Analytical QbD, International Harmonisation, Enabling Technologies, Biotechnology, Process Monitoring & Control, Imaging, Process Analysis/Spectroscopy, Separations and Food Quality, Safety & Analysis.

IFPAC-2015 will also be held in conjunction with a Symposium for the Generic Industry. The extensive program will bring in leading experts from across the globe covering
important research, trends, technological advances, case studies and the latest in regulatory guidance.

The value of IFPAC

This conference is forward-thinking with high profile speakers from International and US Regulatory Agencies, NIST, CPAC, MIT, Duquesne, Rutgers, and global representatives from numerous Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology corporations.

– Meet with new and existing colleagues to discuss solutions to common problems

– Network with Regulatory professionals, Academia, Students & Industry Leaders

– See the Latest Trends & Technologies in the Exhibition Hall

– More Q&A during the Expanded Poster Session

– Panel Discussions, Roundtables, and Evening Dinners.

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