December 11, 2018, 10:00 EST | 15:00 GMT | 16:00 CET
Chromatographers and separation scientists face increasing regulatory reporting obligations, as they are routinely required to justify each decision made in the method development process. These demands represent a new level of CHROMpliance expected of analytical laboratories in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, food & beverage, and flavor & fragrance industries. As many chromatographic methods are still developed according to a trial-and-error process of selecting and optimizing conditions, attaining CHROMpliance is a goal that can feel unreachable for countless separation scientists.
Watch this webinar to learn how ACD/Labs' tools enable a 3-step strategy for rational method development that achieves CHROMpliance. We’ll discuss our industry-leading software solutions for method optimization, which will allow you to follow quality by design (QbD) principles through ensuring rational selection of initial method conditions, design of a method strategy, and performance of screening, optimization, and robustness experiments. Plus, see how to seamlessly incorporate rational justification of all method development decisions into project reporting!
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In this webinar you will learn how to use ACD/Labs’ chromatography tools to ensure rational method development:
K.K. Bhagchandani (Senior Director – Asia & Pacific Business) received his MBA following an MSc in Physics and has subsequently worked in the life sciences industry for over 25 years. He began his career in India working for pharmaceutical industry leaders Ranbaxy and Pfizer, later moving into the scientific software and IT field. K.K. joined ACD/Labs in 2003 to launch their Asian operations and has led the Asia & Pacific Business Unit ever since. He has been a regular presenter at international scientific conferences and meetings, introducing software solutions to increase R&D productivity and efficiency, and has been officially recognized for his involvement in pharmaceutical and natural products initiatives across Asia.
Matt Binnington (Marketing & Communications Specialist) obtained his PhD in Environmental Science from the University of Toronto, where his area of study focused on human exposure to persistent organic pollutants, particularly among Indigenous Arctic Canadians. His analytical experience in quantifying marine mammal environmental contaminant levels at the University of Toronto prepared him well for employment with ACD/Labs, where he recently celebrated his 1-year work anniversary. Primarily, Matt oversees marketing and communications for ACD/Labs’ chromatography and mass spectrometry product lines.