Pharmaceutical Product DesignFrom basic polymer science to stability of final product

Conducted by: Dr. Eva Abramov
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Pharmaceutical dosage forms contain both pharmacologically active compounds (APIs) and excipients, inert or inactive ingredients. The properties of the final pharmaceutical dosage forms are highly dependent on the polymers and excipients chosen, their concentration and the interaction between all the compounds. A detailed knowledge of the polymers structure, chemical, physical and mechanical properties is essential for the development of pharmaceutical...Continue reading

Pharmaceutical dosage forms contain both pharmacologically active compounds (APIs) and excipients, inert or inactive ingredients. The properties of the final pharmaceutical dosage forms are highly dependent on the polymers and excipients chosen, their concentration and the interaction between all the compounds. A detailed knowledge of the polymers structure, chemical, physical and mechanical properties is essential for the development of pharmaceutical preparations. An understanding of analytical analysis and ability to interpret the analytical results has a critical role in effective, safe and stable pharmaceutical dosage forms development. Stability of APIs and of the final pharmaceutical products is crucial in pharmaceutical development which affect the performance and safety of the final dosage forms.

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Date:  5 December, 2019
Course location: Kfar Maccabiah, Ramat Gan
Duration: 1-Day Course
Hours: 09:00 - 17:00
Credits: 1
Course Language: עברית

Course price: ₪1,850 + VAT
Early registration is Closed
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Issues to be covered

  • Polymers
    • Principles and basic concepts
    • Polymerization mechanisms
    • Characterization of polymers
  • Excipients uses in pharmaceutical industry
    • Handbook of Pharmaceutical Excipients
    • Pharmaceutical applications of polymers
    • Excipients in use
  • Drug delivery systems
    • Introduction and classification
    • Advantages and limitations
    • Rational design and development of pharmaceutical product
  • Analytical analysis in product development
    • Universal tests
    • Specific tests for advanced delivery systems
    • Analytical results understanding and interpretation
    • Stability and degradation analysis
  • Strategies for improving of final pharmaceutical product
    • Physical properties
    • Chemical stability
    • Bioavailability
    • Shelf Life

Who should attend

  • Scientists and formulators
  • R&D scientists, team managers, project managers
  • Scientists and engineers from the field of chemistry, pharmacy, biotechnology and life sciences who wish to integrate into the pharmaceutical industry

Benefits to the Participants

The objective of the course is to provide knowledge and understanding of basic concepts in polymers science, pharmaceutical applications of polymers and excipients, pharmaceutical dosage forms and advanced drug delivery systems, analytical analysis in product development, strategies to improve the physical properties, chemical stability, bioavailability and shelf life of a pharmaceutical product.

About The Lecturer

Eva Abramov
Dr. Abramov has M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees in chemistry from
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