Invitation to the QbD/PAT Conference
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Dear Sir or Madam,
After 9 successful Conferences from 2005 to 2013 which tracked the evolution of PAT and QbD, we would like to invite you to participate in
The University of Heidelberg International QbD / PAT Conference 2014.
Once again, this year’s event will provide a broad ranging platform for informative and interactive discussions with contributions by recognised experts from industry and regulatory authorities.
This year’s programme will review the pivotal role PAT plays in delivering the levels of process understanding and process control necessary to replace conventional approaches to validation with continuous verification over the product lifecycle enabling further rapid adoption of Real Time Release (RTR) in pharmaceutical batch and continuous manufacturing.
Practical applications will be presented and potential hurdles discussed relating to technical approaches to drug product development, manufacture and regulatory expectations.
In addition, the opportunities and challenges critical to continuous processing will be addressed.
The conference offers a broad range of highly interactive sessions with case studies and lectures where experts will share their knowledge and experiences in the following areas:
It would be a great pleasure for me to welcome you in Heidelberg on behalf of the Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology.
- Small Molecules and Large Molecules
- Life Cycle Management
Dr Gabriele Reich
IPMB, University of Heidelberg
Dr Gabriele Reich
Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Heidelberg
Sander van den Ban
GSK, Hertfordshire, UK
Dr Oyvind Holte
Norwegian Medicines Agency
Pfizer Ltd., Sandwich, Kent, UK
Dr Ajaz Hussain
Insight, Advice & Solutions, LLC, USA
Dr Peter McDonnell
Sanofi, Paris, France
FDA, CDER, USA
(via video conference)
Dr Peter Poechlauer