webinar

How to implement NIR spectroscopy into the pharmaceutical processes

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7 October 2014

Supported by:

7 October 2014

 

This pharma webinar examines the technique of Near Infrared spectroscopy, and how it can be used in pharmaceutical research and development. Potential uses of this excellent PAT tool include identifying raw materials, process control testing and the examination of a final product. We also explore the challenges involved in implementing NIR spectroscopy.

Pfizer’s Dr. Ke Hong leads this pharma webinar on potential uses of this excellent PAT tool including identifying raw materials, process control testing and the examination of a final product. We will also explore the challenges involved in implementing NIR spectroscopy.

Keynote speakers

Dr. Ke Hong – Senior Project Manager, Pfizer Global Supply

Dr. Ke Hong is a Senior Project Manager in the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group within Pfizer Global Supply. He joined Pfizer in 2000 and has since provided various PAT implementation support across the Pfizer Global Manufacturing sites.  In the past 6 years, Dr. Hong has been mainly focused on PAT implementations for continuous processes, advanced PAT platform technology development for Solid Oral Dosage manufacturing, and Advanced Process Control projects to support Pfizer’s New Manufacturing Paradigm initiative. Dr. Hong received his Ph.D. degree in Analytical Chemistry from the Center for Process Analytical Chemistry (CPAC) at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Denise Root – NIR Marketing Manager, Metrohm USA

Denise is a chemist with over 20 years of Near-infrared experience in roles of applications scientist, product management and marketing. Denise is a graduate of University of Delaware and has been co-author to many posters and papers related to NIR application to the laboratory and process environments in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

Supported by Metrohm

Metrohm is one of the world’s most trusted manufacturers of high-precision instruments for chemical analysis. Metrohm was founded in 1943 by engineer Bertold Suhner in Herisau, Switzerland. Today, they are present in more than 80 countries with our own subsidiaries and exclusive distributors.
Find out more: www.metrohm.com

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2 responses to “How to implement NIR spectroscopy into the pharmaceutical processes”

  1. Jose Vega says:

    Find NIR a useful technique.

  2. wangrui says:

    I want to attend this webinar

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