Characterisation of Pharmaceutical Materials
On October 16th TA Instruments is organising a seminar on Characterisation of Pharmaceutical Materials, in collaboration with Prof. dr. Guy Van den Mooter (University of Leuven).
This is followed on October 17th by instrument demonstrations in the TA Instruments application lab, where delegates will be able to see our most advanced technology in action on pharmaceutical samples.
Seminar on Characterisation of Pharmaceutical Materials
Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
Campus Gasthuisberg O+N1, Auditorium PENTALFA, Herestraat 49, 3000 Leuven
|09.15||Registration and coffee|
|09.45||Welcome and introduction|
|10.00||Thermal Analysis Tools for Testing of Pharmaceutical Materials
Dr. Els Verdonck, TA Instruments
|10.30|| 3D Printing of Sustained Release Matrices
Prof. Dr. Chris Vervaet, Ghent University
Dr. Malin Suurkuusk, TA Instruments
|11.45||Applications of Thermal Analysis: A Pharmaceutical Perspective
Dr. Christopher De Dobbelaere, Johnson & Johnson
|12.15||Lunch & Discussion|
|13.45||Miscibility in Complex Amorphous Solid Dispersions Based on Insoluble/Slowly Dissolving Polymers
Melissa Everaerts, University of Leuven
|14.15||How Thermal Analysis Helps in Understanding the Crystallization Risk of Pharmaceutical Formulations
Sandrine Rome, UCB
|15.00||Thermal Analysis of Amorphous Solid Dispersions in an Industrial Set-up; Strengths and Limitations
Dr. Abhishek Singh, Johnson & Johnson
|15.30||Mass Spectrometry Solutions for Material Characterisation
Dr. Marijn Van Hulle, Waters
Thursday, October 17th, 2019
TA Instruments – Waters, Brusselsesteenweg 500, 1731 Zellik
Delegates are invited to our application lab and see our latest technologies in action, namely DSC, TGA, Sorption Analysis and Microcalorimetry. They will be run by our application scientists throughout the day for small groups, but it is STRICTLY by appointment only as the number of participants is limited for each session.
Discover also our Guardian software, designed for laboratories in regulated environments and allowing compliance with 21 CFR Part 11.
|09.30||Registration and coffee|
|10.00-12.00||Group 1: DSC, TGA, Sorption Analysis
Group 2: Microcalorimetry
|12.00||Lunch & Discussion|
|14.00-16.00||Group 3: DSC, TGA, Sorption Analysis
Group 4: Microcalorimetry
Registration is free of charge, but mandatory. Registration closes on October 4th.
Please fill out your details in the form to the right to reserve a space.
Select which one of the events you want to attend. For the instrument demonstrations day, it is possible to attend one or more demonstrations. Please indicate which one(s) you want to attend.
You will receive more detailed logistics information nearer the time of the event, including the time slot attributed to you for the demonstration(s).
For more information on this course, please contact Line Vanden Eede.
Please fill in your details below to reserve your seat.