ACD Labs Logo


How to Make Stress Testing Less Stressful

April 7, 2020, 10:00 AM EST | 4:00 PM CET

Is your forced degradation study data scattered across different computer systems or different organizations?

Are you suffering from information overload and looking for a better way to manage your data?

The length and breadth of stress testing (or forced degradation) studies are often determined by the amount of time and resources available. While the results of these studies are critically (helping scientists create more stable formulations, select appropriate packaging and conditions for long-term storage, and in the development of stability indicating methods); managing the large quantities of data acquired over a multi-year timeframe is a real challenge for most organizations.

In this webinar we will discuss how you can manage all your theoretical and observed degradants, experimental conditions, and analytical results (including LC/MS data and structural information) in one application. See how Luminata enables you to:

Join us for the webinar and eliminate your stress!

Intended Audience


Joe Dimartino

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.


Sanji Bhal

Sanji Bhal is the Director of Marketing & Communications 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 the 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 helping to 'match-make' their needs with the tools available to support their innovations.