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Handheld Raman – Advantages in the Pharmaceutical Industry

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24 September 2013

Supported by:

24 September 2013

handheld Raman spectroscopy

This pharma webinar discussed the benefits and applications of handheld Raman, including the reasons the industry is interested in the technology, data integrity, method development, how samples are scanned and challenges that have been conquered.

We also discussed PIC/S and how it is unifying the regulatory perspective globally, currently including 43 member countries with applications of Brazil, Japan, Korea and the United Kingdom under review.

Lastly, this webinar showed how these regulations are moving towards 100% container testing globally and how handheld Raman technology can help to achieve it, as well as the importance of validation of instrumentation and methodologies.

Keynote speaker

Dr. Katherine A. Bakeev (Director of Analytical Services and Support, B&W Tek)

Impact of Handheld Raman for Meeting PIC/S Requirements

Katherine A. Bakeev

This webcast will discuss the benefits and applications of handheld Raman, including the reasons the industry is interested in the technology, data integrity, method development, how samples are scanned, and challenges that have been conquered. We’ll also discuss PIC/S and how it is unifying the regulatory perspective globally, currently including 43 member countries with applications of Brazil, Japan, Korea and the United Kingdom under review. We’ll discuss how these regulations are moving towards 100% container testing globally and how handheld Raman technology can help to achieve it, as well as the importance of validation of instrumentation and methodologies.

Dr. Katherine A. Bakeev is the Director of Analytical Services and Support for B&W Tek at their headquarters in Newark, Delaware. Dr. Bakeev is responsible for creating and growing a services business unit focused on analytical services and technical support for B&W Tek’s molecular spectroscopy instruments.

Prior to joining B&W Tek in 2013 she was the Chief Scientist for CAMO Software Inc., applying her knowledge of spectroscopy and data analysis to solving diverse problems, supporting customers, consulting and teaching. She has many years of industrial experience in the electronics, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Sulaf Assi (Associate lecturer in Forensic sciences, Bournemouth University)

Handheld Raman spectroscopy for identification of online drug products

Sulaf Assi

Dr Sulaf Assi is an associate lecturer in forensic sciences at Bournemouth University, Bournemouth- UK. She obtained her Bachelor and MSc in Pharmacy from Beirut Arab University, Beirut- Lebanon. After this, she pursued her PhD in pharmaceutical analysis from the School of Pharmacy University of London, London- UK. Then she undertook a postdoctoral fellowship position in drug misuse and abuse at the department of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield – UK.

Her recent research work is dedicated to developing rapid and non-destructive techniques for identification of counterfeit medicines. Her research interests include pharmaceutical analysis, counterfeit medicines, novel psychoactive substances, spectroscopy and chemometrics.

Supported by B&W Tek

B&W Tek is a vertically integrated advanced instrumentation company with expertise in photonics, laser, spectrometer, and chemometric technologies producing spectroscopy and laser instrumentation. Their business spans mobile spectroscopy solutions including a full line of portable Raman and handheld Raman systems, building block spectrometer and laser components for system integrators, and customised solutions for targeted application needs. They provide solutions for the pharmaceutical, biomedical, physical, chemical, safety and security, medical devices, research and educational communities.
Find out more: www.bwtek.com

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2 responses to “Handheld Raman – Advantages in the Pharmaceutical Industry”

  1. Matt Cheeseman says:

    Dear Nguyen Huu Nhat,

    Thank you for your enquiry. To register for this webinar you can click the ‘attend’ button above or visit https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/7253/73561.

    We hope you find this webinar informative.

    Many thanks,
    Matt

  2. Dear Mr. Philip

    I would like register attend to this seminar with B&W Tek , Pls confirm to us contents as soon as possible

    Best Regards.,

    Nguyen Huu Nhat

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