Live Webinar

Mastering: Quality by Design

-  Do you want to lower production costs and improve the agility and leanness of supply chains?  -


Date: 29 September 2022, Thursday
Time: 2:00PM - 3:30PM (Singapore) | 11:30AM - 1:00PM (India) | 4:00PM - 5:30PM (Australia)
Presenter:  Chandramouli Ramnarayanan
Location:
 Zoom Live Webinar
Registration: Free for JMP Users

To develop and produce pharmaceutical products in a scientific and risk-based manner, the pharmaceutical industry underwent a cultural transformation that gave rise to Quality by Design (QbD). Prior to QbD, checklist processes were prioritized over scientific understanding in pharmaceutical development and manufacturing. Due to risk-averse business strategies that prevented the introduction of new technology and process innovations, the high attrition rate of drug candidates during development, the high value of pharmaceutical goods, and the intense regulatory burden. 

From small chemical compounds to substantial biopharmaceuticals and biological products, QbD is applicable to every pharmaceutical dosage form or production procedure. To lower production costs and improve the agility and leanness of supply chains, the sector is changing its structural makeup. Thus, knowledge management is essential at all stages of production, including development, manufacture, and delivery. Understanding science and how it is used in technology, manufacturing, engineering, materials science, and other sectors is knowledge. Data integrity, lifecycle management, process validation, quality measurements, and knowledge management are currently heavily stressed by regulators.

JMP could be a trustworthy companion for your QbD implementation journey thanks to its powerful Design of Experiments, process modelling, multivariate analytics, and risk assessment capabilities. Join this webinar to listen to JMP's DOE Expert from Pharmaceutical Industry. 

  • Overview of QbD in Pharmaceutical industry
    • Assessing risk of QbD processes with JMP: Intro and demo of the JMP QbD Risk Assessment Add-in
    • QbD Product development using JMP: Case study of product development example of a pharmaceutical product. A Demo comprising
      • Custom Design
      • Design Space Profiler (JMP 17)
      • Establishing Design Space and Normal Operating Regions (JMP 17)

    Recommended Level: Intermediate to Advance

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