Consulting Engineer Brian Brazill to Demonstrate Modality Solutions Advantage Transport Simulation Laboratory Software at 12th Annual Cold Chain Global Forum

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Modality Solutions’ Consulting Engineer Brian Brazill will demonstrate the company’s transport simulation lab’s software at the Boston 12th Annual Cold Chain Global Forum during the Technology Demo Drive presentations at Booth 509.

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Brazill will explain how the lab allows clients to concurrently study the impact of the following five environmental hazards: temperature, humidity, pressure, shock and vibration.

Brian will explain during his software demonstration how temperature and humidity testing on the critical-to-quality attributes of drug formulation are not enough,” said Modality Solutions President Gary Hutchinson.

Modality Solutions, a company that delivers integrated cold chain management solutions for highly regulated industries, is pleased to announce Consulting Engineer, Brian Brazill, will present the company’s Advantage Transport Simulation Laboratory™ software at the 12th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum in Boston, September 29 through October 3. Brazill will explain and demonstrate the company’s lab software on October 2, day two of the conference, during the Technology Demo Drive between 10:40 a.m. and 11:05 a.m. at Booth 509.

As a conference sponsor and exhibitor, Modality Solutions will participate in the live demo of one of its signature cold chain industry services. Modality Solutions has validated to current cGMP standards the only independent, third-party, multi-modal transport simulation laboratory in the world. In his demonstration, Brazill will explain how the lab allows clients to concurrently study the impact of the following five environmental hazards: temperature, humidity, pressure, shock and vibration.

In his position as consulting engineer with Modality Solutions, Brian Brazill, programs and runs the transport simulation laboratory. He graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering. His observational skills and attention to detail allow him to evaluate customer issues and provide innovative solutions.

Modality Solutions invites conference attendees to learn about the Advantage Transport Simulation Laboratory and its software during the networking break on Thursday. Brazill will give his seven-minute presentation during Demo Drive 1, 10:40 – 10:50 a.m. and Demo Drive 2, 10:55 – 11:05 a.m.

With the Modality Solutions simulation lab, clients can: execute transport simulation studies for all types of packaging and presentations; compare results to expiry date stability studies; and identify and confirm which of the candidate product formulations can withstand the rigors of the global supply chain.

“Brian will explain during his software demonstration how temperature and humidity testing on the critical-to-quality attributes of drug formulation are not enough,” said Modality Solutions President Gary Hutchinson. “Developers and regulators agree thorough testing of biologics, tablets, capsules and medical device combination products before filing is essential. Formulators need to ask -- is our stability data sufficient to address storage, product handling and transport?”

For more information about Modality Solutions, visit http://www.modality-solutions.com.

About Modality Solutions
Founded in 2011 Modality Solutions delivers integrated cold chain management solutions for highly regulated industries. Its Advantage Transportation Simulation Laboratory™ helps companies test the effects of transportation environmental hazards on their formulations. Key areas of service are: ensure regulatory compliance; deliver cold chain thermal packaging design / qualification and controlled-environment logistics solutions; conduct transport simulation testing; decrease development cycle times for a faster route-to-market; and develop transport validation strategies to support global regulatory applications. Contact Modality Solutions at (888) 219-6317 or email info@modality-solutions.com. Additional information can be found at http://www.modality-solutions.com.

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