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Thursday 10th December 2015
Maximising productivity in pharmaceutical QC and stability testing
Royal Society of Chemistry, London
The pressure to increase productivity in the pharmaceutical industry, whilst maintaining compliance and reducing costs, is relentless. This meeting will examine the role of technologies and continuous improvement techniques in optimising throughput, cycle times and allocation of resources in QC and stability testing laboratories, using expert perspectives and case studies from industry, regulatory agencies and partner organisations.
The programme is aimed at laboratory managers and pharmaceutical analysts striving to improve workflows leading to critical decisions and deadlines, as well as those new to the area seeking a broader understanding of the key scientific and operational issues.
This event will:
1. Address the challenge of how to increase productivity in QC and stability testing while maintaining compliance and reducing costs
2. Present case studies from leading experts on role of technologies and continuous improvement techniques to optimise throughput, cycle times and allocation of resources; help appreciate operational and scientific issues
3. Show laboratory managers and pharmaceutical analysts how to improve workflows leading to critical decisions and deadlines
There will also be networking and exhibitor opportunities.
Registration at 9.30 a.m.; symposium starts at 10.00 a.m
Joanne Hay - MSD
Lesley Graham - MHRA
Andy Rice - GlaxoSmithKline
Susan Smith - AstraZeneca
Roman Szucs - Pfizer
John Trigg - Phasefour-informatics
Bill Young - GlaxoSmithKline
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