|Course||Module 3: Nitrosamines | Current developments for organic impurities in small molecule APIs and respective medicinal products|
|Trainer||Prof. Dr. Markus Veit
|Category||Hot Topic Webinar|
|Fee||€295.00 plus VAT.|
|Book for myself||Book for group|
Impurities in small molecule active ingredients, excipients, medicinal products and packaging materials are important attributes in the assessment of quality and safety of medicinal products - this applies to all phases of the product life cycle. Not least the contamination by nitrosamines has changed regulators view of the subject and today we have to deal with the subject more intensively. Impurities are "on the move", applicants and marketing authorization holders need to anticipate potential impurities and to subsequently identify, specify and qualify respective compounds. This applies to projects with new products, but also to specific occasions, such as the renewal of marketing authorisations, the sourcing of new active substances and excipients, changes in production and site transfers.
Who should attend?
The course will provide an update on the current state of the art for the control of impurities in medicinal products with small molecules as API. It will provide a best practice guide how to control impurities and to avoid them by using appropriate approaches.There will be room for questions of the participants:
Module 3: Nitrosamines
Live 24.3. | 10:00 – 11:30 CET
The so-called "Valsartan scandal" has led to intensive discussions worldwide on the extent to which the measures and documentation obligations applied in the production of active substances and medicinal products are appropriate for the prevention of (genotoxic) contamination. In the training, important aspects in this context are presented and it is explained which expectations on the part of the authorities are to be expected in the future. This includes not only an appropriate risk assessment considering fate and purge of nitrosamines that can potentially be formed during synthesis or storage of active substances and medicinal products, but also an appropriate control strategy to avoid risks to patients.
Key learning outcomes of the whole series
We offer attractive special prices with special benefits for large groups - please contact us.
Duration of the series in total approx. 4,5 hours
Lecture language: English | Slides: English
The modules in this series can also be booked as a package at a special price. You can find them in our course calendar.
You cannot attend the live event? No problem. Please inform us at the time of booking that you would like to stream the webinar at a later date.
Your speaker: Prof. Dr. Markus Veit is the managing director of ALPHATOPICS GmbH. He studied pharmacy in Frankfurt, obtained his doctorate at the Julius-Maximilians-University in Würzburg and was assistant professor there in the Department of Pharmaceutical Biology. He is a member of the German pharmacopeial expert committee at BfArM. In the past 25 years, he has worked as a managing director in companies providing services for the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on pharmaceutical development, testing and regulatory affairs. At the same time, he designed and led numerous training and continuing education events for employees in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry. He is an expert for herbal medicinal products and was involved in numerous applications for marketing authorisations of herbal medicines in Europe and rest of the world. In the past years he is increasingly involved in projects related to medicinal and other cannabis products.
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Note on quota call-off: When booking this single part, one part per trained person will be deducted. When booking the entire webinar series, three parts per trained person will be deducted. For team training, please contact us.
|Friday||10:00 - 11:30|
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