September 18-20, 2018
Tuesday, September 18th, 2018, 8:30 AM EST | 1:30 PM GMT | 2:30 PM CET
Thursday, September 20th, 2018, 2:30 PM EST | 11:30 AM PST
Duration: 30 mins
Pharmaceutical process development involves multi-disciplinary groups, with process chemists responsible for creating the API by the cheapest, most efficient route while ensuring product safety through effective impurity control measures. While mountains of analytical and chemical data are generated (LC/MS, HPLC, data, synthetic routes, reagents, starting materials, reaction conditions, etc.) each functional team has its own specific challenges based on their contributions to the process.
In the first webinar of this two-part series we will focus on how impurity data management software (Luminata) supports the process chemist's workflow.
If you are also interested in learning how analytical data can be managed in Luminata, read more about Part II in this Webinar Series.
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In addition to all this, we will share stories from real users about the productivity gains they have made and how the software has contributed to efficiency in process route development while eliminating tedious, manual data transfer.
Joe DiMartino is the Luminata Solution Manager at ACD/Labs. Prior to his current role, he was part of the Technical and Scientific Support Team, where he worked as a Senior Application Scientist.
Previous to his career at ACD/Labs, Joe worked in drug development at Apotex Pharmachem, Inc. His responsibilities included the design of optimized procedures for the synthesis of active pharmaceutical drugs. He was also an integral part of a team that synthesized potential impurities. Joe earned his Bachelor of Science at the University of Winnipeg, and his Graduate Degree in Chemistry at the University of Windsor.
Dr. Sanji Bhal is Director of Marketing & Communication at ACD/Labs. Prior to joining ACD/Labs she was a lab-coat wearing medicinal chemist at Signalgene, Inc., where she pursued her ongoing interest in cancer research, followed by a stint with CRO (NAEJA Pharmaceuticals). Sanji began her career in the U.K. completing her Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry at the University of Reading, and a post-doctoral fellowship at Cancer Research UK. Today Sanji is passionate about understanding the challenges still faced by scientists and R&D organizations and to help 'match-make' their needs with the tools available to support their innovations.