In this exclusive interview, Naser Al Yammahi, Deputy CEO of Hayat Biotech explores challenges facing the pharmaceutical supply chain, medicine shortages and looks at how technology advances will drive supply chain transformation.
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AAV development for cell and gene therapy in 2023 is being impacted by manufacturing and regulation challenges, however advancing technologies offer opportunity, according to leaders in the field.
Manufacturers of innovative therapies and other stakeholders handling blood, tissues and cells must prepare for stronger European rules. Ulf Grundmann, Elisabeth Kohoutek and Lara Sophie Hucklenbroich of King & Spalding elaborate on what this means for manufacturers of advanced therapy medicinal products.
Jessicca Rege of Alkermes provides insights into how protein engineering approaches have led to the development of novel therapies that harness the immune system’s capabilities to fight cancer.
Dr Mikael Sodergren, Chief Medical Officer at Curaleaf International, discusses the challenges of developing and researching medical cannabis products and how the European medical cannabis ecosystem is well placed to overcome them.
EPR’s Caroline Peachey explores collaborative efforts to accelerate validation and adoption of rapid microbial methods across the pharmaceutical industry.
By leveraging rapid identification techniques, pharmaceutical facilities can enhance their ability to detect and mitigate fungal contamination, safeguarding product quality and patient safety. Here, Dr Tim Sandle explores key challenges associated with fungal contamination in cleanrooms, discusses conventional and rapid identification methods, as well as the importance of validation.
In this Q&A, Recipharm’s Torkel Gren discusses developments in capsule formulation, including the shift away from gelatine and the potential for growth in the inhalation capsule market.
In this article Mike Tobyn from Bristol Myers Squibb, Jonathan Kaye from GSK, David Harris from MSD and Eli Lilly’s Jason Melnick discuss the role of E171 (titanium dioxide) in the identification of solid oral dosage forms.
Phage therapy holds great promise as a new therapeutic option in the face of increasing antimicrobial resistance, but sound clinical data remains a stumbling block to its application. Here, Snehit Satish Mhatre from Eurofins Biopharma Product Testing outlines key considerations to address when designing clinical trials.
Welcome to EPR's Guide to Data Integrity. In this edition, Charles River explores the significance of data integrity in pharmaceutical manufacturing, Graeme Bones of ICON considers how to complete database transfer with data integrity considerations at the forefront and Rapid Micro Biosystems® discusses the practical implications of the ‘four-eyes principle’ for pharma…
This in-depth focus features articles on trends in capsule formulation and the evolving role of titanium dioxide in formulation.
Raquera Brown, Executive Director of Quality at Zymeworks offers quality and compliance professionals advice on how to navigate the often-complex regulatory space during development of innovative drugs like antibody therapeutics.
This in-depth focus explores collaborative efforts to accelerate validation and adoption of rapid microbial methods across the pharmaceutical industry and the power of rapid methods for fungal ID.
Since the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s report on a series of nitrosamine-related impurity drug recalls in 2018, pharma has made great strides in its ability to detect and control for these impurities. Dr Mrunal Jaywant, Vice President of R&D at USP India proposed a collaborative, cross-community approach between…