Differential Scanning Calorimetry is a simple yet powerful technique for gaining a broad understanding of the characteristics of pharmaceutical materials. Many of the properties that are explored using DSC, including apparent melting, the glass transition, and purity, are critical towards understanding the impact of processing conditions as well as the stability and compatibility of a specific formulation.
In this webinar, we will explore the use of the new Discovery X3 DSC to analyze various pharmaceutical materials and understand the information critical to the advancement of pharmaceutical development. The new multi-sample technology incorporated into the new Discovery X3 DSC provides pharmaceutical researchers confidence in their results with increased productivity and capabilities that simply aren’t possible with a traditional DSC.
About the Speaker
Jason Saienga, Ph.D. is currently the Product Manager for the Thermal Analysis and Thermal Conductivity product lines at TA Instruments. Jason joined TA in 2006 after completing his doctorate program in Materials Science and Engineering at Iowa State University. Jason started out his career at TA in the applications lab teaching the theory and applications lectures, instrument hands-on courses, and providing customer and sales support for the thermal analysis techniques. As Product Manager, Jason and his team work to define and coordinate of the future of thermal analysis and thermal conductivity product lines at TA.