Technical Talk on Drug Development: Avoiding Potholes in Process Development

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Regis Technologies invites members of the pharmaceutical and biotech industries to a technical talk on drug development in San Diego on June 11, 2015. Guest speaker and industry veteran Neal G. Anderson, Ph.D., will present "Avoiding Potholes in Process Development."

Register Today for Avoiding Potholes in Process Development in La Jolla June 11th

Join Regis on June 11th in La Jolla for a Technical Talk on Drug Development

Dr. Anderson will answer questions that a scale-up organization must always ask.

On June 11th, Regis Technologies will host Dr. Neal G. Anderson at the San Diego Marriott La Jolla. Dr. Anderson will deliver a technical seminar on "Avoiding Potholes in Process Development." The talk is open to the public. Arrive at 8:00am for coffee and networking; the seminar will begin at 8:30am and will last one hour.

"Avoiding Potholes in Process Development" will cover the different requirements for different stages of drug development. Dr. Anderson will answer questions that a scale-up organization must always ask, such as:

  •     How much material is needed?
  •     How soon?
  •     For what purpose?

Anderson will address principles of process development such as safety; controlling impurities; efficiency; and partnership among organic chemists, chemical engineers, analysts, and regulatory staff. He will also give best practices to prevent key issues that most scale-up organizations encounter along the process as well as address forming a relationship with experts, especially for toxicology issues.

Register today for "Avoiding Potholes in Process Development."

Dr. Anderson is an industry veteran. For the past 17 years Neal has consulted to the pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries on chemical process research and development. He has presented short courses internationally on process R&D for "small molecules" to over 1400 participants from more than 160 companies. Keys to efficient scale-up are anticipating and then avoiding difficulties. Prior to consulting he worked at Bristol-Myers Squibb for 17 years. During that time, he had extensive hands-on experience with chemical process R&D in the lab, pilot plant, and manufacturing sites, including 12 manufacturing start-ups and process development for four major drugs. He is the author of Practical Process Research & Development (Academic Press; 2nd edition 2012).

Regis Technologies hosts technical seminars at its Morton Grove, IL location and around the country throughout the year. This summer, Regis will also host a webinar on the IND process with a panel of experts from the drug development industry.

Sign up today to receive email invitations to these events by joining the Seminars list. Watch past seminars online now from Regis' Video Library.

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Kristine Biederer
Regis Technologies, Inc.
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