Leaders in the pharmaceutical industry today are increasingly adopting Quality by Design (QbD), a systematic development approach that starts from predefined objectives and stresses the understanding of products, processes and the control of processes. That QbD works is evidenced in its widespread application in pharmaceuticals and beyond. And the benefits of QbD can be even further expanded by complementing this approach with Design of Experiments (DOE), a method that helps reduce the cost of testing with statistically-driven experimental design from the outset.
In this complimentary online seminar recording, speaker Marcello Fidaleo of the University of Tuscia will introduce DOE as a tool for implementing QbD. Citing real-world case studies from the pharmaceutical industry, he will explore strategies for applying these methods in tandem to realise optimal benefit.
You will learn to:
- Define the design space of pharmaceutical processes within the scope of QbD.
- Design and analyse experiments in order to extract necessary information.
- Use software tools to simplify the analytical process.