Expert Insight: Drug development: Improving analytical method performance through quality risk management and a design of experiments approach

Join our webinar on Wednesday, September 4, for an overview of Quality by Design approaches to analytical method development

12 Aug 2019

It is now widely recognized that applying Quality by Design approaches to analytical method development (known as AQbD) has many benefits. AQbD is a science-based risk management approach to developing robust methods by identifying critical method parameters (CMPs) through risk assessment. This approach emphasizes the identification of the sources of variability, and their impact on method performance. By controlling these factors, the variability is reduced, thus leading to more robust methods. Typically, a design of experiments (DOE) approach is applied to identify and evaluate the effect of the most influential method parameters and any interactions between them.

In this webinar, Joseph A. Turpin, Director, Chromatography Products and Services from S-Matrix Corporation, and Tran Pham, Business Development Manager at Waters Corporation, will present an overview of AQbD and regulatory views, examples of DOE in AQbD and its benefits, and case studies demonstrating software assisted AQbD method development.

Join us for this webinar to learn about:

  • Benefits of addressing method challenges via risk assessment and DOE approaches
  •  Improvement of method robustness and performance with a DOE approach and QbD method development software
  • Current thoughts around AQbD from the USP, FDA and ICH

After the presentation, you’ll also have the chance to put your questions to our speakers during a Q&A session. 

Who should attend:

  • Method developers and analytical scientists interested in learning how to improve method performance and ease method transfer
  • Managers interested in reducing the cost of poor-quality methods

The live webinar takes place on Wednesday, September 4, 2019, at:

  • 15:00 BST 
  • 10:00 EDT 
  • 07:00 PDT 
  • 16:00 CEST


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