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JPAG plans and delivers events that address all aspects of pharmaceutical analysis and related facets of medicine control and registration.
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16th October 2014How similar must biosimilars be? Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
The analytical characterisation undertaken to support quality assessment of a biosimilar is identical to that required for any novel biopharmaceutical product but with a very important additional requirement – the need for a very comprehensive comparison with a licensed reference product.
If you are working with biopharmaceuticals, do you understand why this is so? What are the key factors that can differ between a biosimilar and an originator product? Why do the characterisation methods often differ? What effects do these differences have on the safety and efficacy of the biosimilar product?
Are you aware of the FDA draft guidance on "Scientific Considerations in Demonstrating Biosimilarity to a Reference Product
" and its relationship to EMA guidance?
This symposium will identify and review the process of bringing these types of product to market and show how comparability needs to be demonstrated to gain regulatory approval. If your work involves the quality of biopharmaceuticals - and particularly if you are a QP – this is an event you must not miss.
11th December 2014Stability challenges Part II: Assuring the stability of medicines from manufacture to clinical use Royal Society of Chemistry, London
This symposium examines best practice during the distribution and storage of medicines, to ensure correct storage conditions are maintained and to ensure the quality of the medicine is maintained during use in the clinic or by the patient. The generation of data to support temperature excursions and to demonstrate in-use stability will be explored.
5th February 2015Quality Risk Management: a pragmatic approach GlaxoSmithKline, Ware
An effective quality risk management (QRM) process provides a key mechanism for the proactive identification and control of potential issues that may arise during product development and subsequent commercialisation (ICH Q9).
Scientific approaches are used to estimate the likelihood of any given risk.
This symposium will look at the assessment of risk from an academic, regulatory and industrial perspective and will cover method development, specification setting, chemical purging and genotoxin risk assessment (GRA) using in silico methodologies.
19th March 2015Combating counterfeit medicines: the solutionsRoyal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
Sub-standard and counterfeit medicines are a great threat to patient health and safety. They may cause death due to the lack of active drug, as found in some vaccines and antibiotics, or because of the presence of a toxic material, such as the substitution of diethylene glycol for glycerol.
30th September 20144th Annual MIBio ConferenceDowning College, Cambridge University LAST EVENT:
MIBio 2014 is organised by the Formulation Science and Technology Group (FSTG) of the Royal Society Chemistry (RSC) and the Academy of Pharmaceutical Scientists (APS)
The MIBio conference series aims to engage world leading experts from academia and industry in a discussion in how the latest molecular interaction based discoveries can be exploited in biopharmaceutical formulation to produce more effective and safer therapeutic products.
8th September 2014New medicines: future benefits and current analytical challengesUniversity of Hertfordshire
JPAG symposium session at the APS UKPharmSci Conference. Monday 8th September 2014
This symposium reviews some of the challenges arising from developments of new medicines and therapeutic regimes for the analytical scientist.
Good speakers with a real flare and enthusiasm for their work, making the presentations very interesting [March 2012]
Overall it was a useful course and nice connection to the science and the advances in pharmaceutical analysis [March 2012]
The facilities and refreshments/food were EXCELLENT – thank you [May 2012]
Very good symposium – many thanks [May 2012]
This was a very useful meeting with a wide range of interesting presentations [March 2013]
Good venue, good organisation [May 2013]
Most of the speakers made a general and quite useful introduction which allowed everyone to follow the presentation no matter the level; it was really easy to reach the location [May 2013]
I thought the symposium was very well balanced to cover all aspects of stability – hence it was all very useful [July 2013]
Good, well-organised and attended day, relevant presentations, interesting comments and discussion [July 2013]
Excellent venue, very good speakers and overall topics highly applicable [July 2013]
Excellent day; very fruitful discussions with new acquaintances [October 2013]
Venue, facilities and lunch were very good [October 2013]
Good variety of topics and delegates [October 2013]
Length of presentations ideal; catering excellent – thanks [October 2013]
A friendly,informal group of scientists co-ordinated and attended this meeting – makes for an enjoyable experience [February 2014]
A wide-ranging list of topics, good mix of different applications; thank you – very enjoyable and informative, great location [March 2014]
Expert presenters with well-illustrated presentations [May 2014]
JPAG Symposium at the APS UK PharmSci Conference 2014
A report is now available of the JPAG sessions held at the APS UK PharmSci Conference 2014 at the University of Hertfordshire on Monday 8th September.
The sessions were on "New medicines: future benefits and current analytical challenges" More...15th September 2014
Can HPLC methods really be considered quality-critical tests?
Here is the latest in the series of critical views, helping you keep up to date with current developments in the pharmaceutical industry. "Can HPLC methods really be considered quality-critical tests?", written by Dr Dave Elder, GSK, member of the JP...More...15th September 2014
Winner of the 2014 Geoffrey Phillips Analytical Science Award
Amira Guirguis, University of Hertfordshire, was awarded the Geoffrey Phillips Analytical Science Award 2014 for the best presentation at the APS Conference on Monday 8th September.
The paper presented by Ms Guirguis was The investigation of ...
9th September 2014
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