Join Gateway Analytical Scientists as they discuss the value of automated particle sizing for the identification of foreign particulate.
- Event Date: Wednesday, August 12, 2015
- Time: 2 pm Eastern Time
- Duration: 45 Minutes including Q&A
- Presenters: David Exline, Vice President, at Gateway Analytical
- Host: Brittney Norris, Marketing & Creative Director at Gateway Analytical
Identification of foreign particles in a drug product is a serious concern for today’s pharmaceutical drug manufactures. Manufactures often need to quickly understand where these particles come from and what they are in order to avoid potential quality concerns that could lead to an expensive recall.
- How Raman/LIBS compares to other technologies for particle identification
- Commonly found sources of particulate contamination
- Application and case study examples of automated particle identification particle identification.
This webinar offers attendees insight into the value of using Raman and LIBS for automated particle identification as a fast and effective method for understanding the composition of foreign particles, which ultimately provides key details for identifying the contamination source.
During this webinar we will discuss Raman and LIBS technology and the Rap-ID SPE-Is raman.ID + Metal.ID system as a tool for providing automated particle sizing and characterization. In addition, we will also discuss some of the most commonly found sources of foreign particulate and present application and case study examples of automated particle identification.
Who Should Attend?
You should attend this webinar if you are involved in guaranteeing the quality and safety of drug products and are looking for an effective method for identify foreign particulate.
David Exline, Vice President, Gateway Analytical
David Exline has more than 20 years of experience in managing and administering analytical laboratory and consulting services. David has specific expertise in applying chemical imaging methods such as Raman, UV-Vis and NIR techniques to solve the most difficult pharmaceutical and material science problems for Gateway Analytical customers. David is adept in numerous pharmaceutical-related services and testing methods including: materials characterization, particulate contamination analysis, particle sizing and high-resolution microscopy.