Join Ben Vanasse, Chemistry, Manufacturing and Control (CMC) Specialist for a live webinar on the physical characterization of pharmaceutical products. He will provide detailed examples to help you understand how the physical nature of a drug or drug product can impact its behavior in the body.
Why should I attend?
Ben will guide you through the physical characterization of pharmaceutical products to help you ensure your product is safe for use. His presentation will include:
- Solids testing strategies
- Particle size distribution
- Crystal Morphology & Defects
- Safety of Powders
- Quality Systems
Ben Vanasse, Ph.D., General Manager
Ben Vanasse is an expert in the Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Control (CMC) community with over 25 years of experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and more than 25 publications and patents.
Ben joined Element in 2017 from Alphora Research (now Eurofins Alphora), a Contract, Development, and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO), where he was the Director of Operations for five years. Additionally, he previously worked at Sanofi in New Jersey, USA, for 20 years as Associate Director of Chemical Development for the CMC sector.
Ben holds a Doctorate of Organic Chemistry from the University of Montreal and a Post-doctorate degree from the University of Virginia. He served on the Center for Process Analytical Chemistry Industrial Advisory Board at the University of Washington for four years, and on the Crystallization Research Industrial Advisory Board at the Illinois Institute of Technology for two years.
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