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Sterile Products: Formulation, Manufacture and Quality Assurance
February 23-25, 2015
Burlingame, CA

Who Should Attend
This overview course is intended for those having specific responsibilities in the areas of sterile drug product science and technology. It will be of particular value to those in:

  • Research
  • Development
  • Production
  • Quality Assurance and Control

Those who wish to broaden their appreciation of these technologies and review the latest developments, as well as managers who have responsibility for a broader base of activities will find the course of interest.

This comprehensive course provides an appreciation and general understanding of the overall contemporary state of science and technology associated with the design, development and manufacturing of sterile drug dosage forms. Emphasis will be oriented toward formulation development and product manufacture of quality sterile dosage forms that meet or exceed expected good manufacturing practice requirements.

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