We are delighted to be offering this course now ON LINE, the two day course has now been divided up into four sessions, which will be delivered via an on line platform. Dates and timings are as follows and are set in GMT time (Greenwich Mean Time).
Thursday, December 3rd | 2.00pm – 5.00pm GMT
Friday, December 4th | 2.00pm – 5.00pm GMT
Monday, December 7th | 2.00pm – 5.00pm GMT
Tuesday, December 8th | 2.00pm – 5.00pm GMT
The aim of this course is to provide attendees with a good basis to work from when involved in taking development candidates to the first in human trials with a view also on some longer-term requirements. The course content will therefore focus on the necessary early phases of chemical development as would typically be required to support production of up to about 2kg using laboratory-based 20L equipment and pilot plant equipment. The course will introduce and discuss the following:
Requirements in order to move from small (<1g) supplies to the first 100g or so for preclinical work
> Further scaling to 1-2kgs non-cGMP
> Requirements to make material for use in clinical trial – an introduction to cGMP coupled with the scaling issues
> An overview of the requirements to move processes to fixed vessels, assuming cGMP is required – what operations can readily be transferred and those that should ideally be developed out
> The importance of physical form selection, understanding and control
> Impurities and their control, with specific discussion on genotoxic impurities and developing the specification for the API as it moves from preclinical batch preparation to cGMP batches for clinical trials.
For more information please do download the brochure (this is based on the live course, but the content is the same)