Kadine Mohomed – Characterization of Amorphous Pharmaceuticals by DSC Analysis
The glass transition temperature of an amorphous pharmaceutical solid is a critical physical property that can greatly influence the material’s chemical stability, physical stability, and viscoelastic properties. Thankfully with specific analytical tests made possible through the use of Differential Scanning Calorimetry, this and other thermal properties can be successfully measured. In this webinar, we will explore how to quantify these properties through the use of DSC and Modulated DSC.
About the Speaker
Dr. Kadine Mohomed earned her Ph.D. in Material Chemistry from the University Of South Florida, where her doctorial dissertation focused on the development and thermal characterization of bio-compatible, polymeric coatings for an implantable glucose sensor. After joining TA Instruments in 2006 as a Thermal Analysis & Microcalorimetry Applications Engineer, Dr. Mohomed took over the role of Applications Laboratory Manager in 2014. Dr. Mohomed and her team of applications engineers support TA Instruments’ award-winning support and service network, assisting customers with sample and data analysis, as well as general product support.