This webinar series covers three different ways that you can shorten time-to-market, reduce development costs and increase yield in the drug development process.
Useful strategies are provided for oral dosage formulation, drug delivery systems and implant development as well as process R&D and manufacturing. In addition, the series covers several key techniques:
- Hot-melt extrusion
- Twin-screw granulation
- Raman spectroscopy
- Rheology and multi-modal techniques
Part 1: Incorporating twin-screw extruders into a continuous manufacturing process
Learn how to overcome drug formulation and manufacturing challenges. In this webinar, we examine how a modular approach to continuous pharmaceutical processes using twin-screw extruders can help shorten the time from drug development to market.
Part 2: Producing drug delivery systems from solubility enhancement to implants
Hot melt extrusion (HME) is a powerful and versatile tool for modern pharmaceutical formulation development. It can be used for many applications from increasing bioavailability to novel drug delivery methods.
Part 3: Raman spectroscopy – a powerful tool in process understanding and formulation development
Successful formulation of a drug delivery system requires a comprehensive understanding of polymer and active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) interaction. Simultaneous analysis using rheology and Raman spectroscopy can help you characterize the crystallization behavior of drug delivery systems and help tailor their properties to meet final drug requirements.