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By Tricia Wood on January 29, 2013
Tricia has over 25 years of experience working in quality-related positions for numerous industries, which include pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing and analytical testing. She spent the first ten (10) years of her career working as a QC chemist/chemistry supervisor. She then transitioned into management and has been a quality manager for the past 15 years.
Posted in Authors, Blog | Tagged analytical instrumentation, analytical testing, ASCLD/LAB-International accreditation, ISO 17025:2005 (A2LA), ISO 9001:2008, ISO Accreditation, problem solving, quality assurance, quality control, quality management system, quality system
By Shawn Wilhelm on December 5, 2012
On November 14th, Dave Exline, Senior V.P. and Rebekah Wagurak, Forensic Scientist at Gateway Analytical hosted a webinar designed for laboratory and manufacturing personnel that are responsible for quality assurance and quality control of processes in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. This webinar discussed case studies and walked participants through the process of a failure analysis […]
By Shawn Wilhelm on June 26, 2012
On May 30th, David Exline, Senior V.P. at Gateway Analytical presented a webinar that covered an overview of wear debris characterization for laboratory personnel that evaluate quality issues with medical devices. This webinar focused on the causes of wear debris, the affects of such debris on product quality, acceptable limits and methods for ensuring quality […]
Posted in Blog, Pharmaceutical | Tagged analytical testing, Nasal Drug Products, Nasal suspension PSD, problem solving, quality control, quality management system, wear debris testing | Leave a response
By David Exline on November 29, 2011
Introduction Problem solving is one of the most critical aspects of any scientific discipline. Whether it is the determination of an unknown material, comparing questioned and known materials, determining how a product has failed, engineering new products, determining how other products are made, or developing novel testing methodologies - the science of problem solving plays a […]
By Brittney Higgs on August 24, 2011
This issue features Antonio Scatena. He manages the lab’s day-to-day analytical service operations, serves as a scientific resource and educates potential customers about Gateway Analytical’s many offerings.