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Process Enhancement through Quality-by-Design
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Course Offering 180322NJ2783
Course ID 2783
Who Should Attend?
This course is especially designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical and biopharma industries. However, the course can easily be applicable to encompass food and chemical processing. Managers, Engineers, Analytical Scientists, Formulators, Purchasing Agents working in these industries will benefit greatly. It is applicable to departments such as Production, Analytical R&D, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Pharmacy R&D and Purchasing/Budget Office.
Emil W. Ciurczak, Near-Infrared Consultant to the Life Science Industries
Emil W. Ciurczak, holds advanced degrees in Physical and Analytical Chemistry from Rutgers and Seton Hall Universities and is a consultant in Near-Infrared, specializing in the pharmaceutical industry. He is currently developing instruments and applications for the industry while teaching courses in NIR and PAT/QbD in the US, Europe, Asia and Africa. Since 1970, Mr. Ciurczak has worked at Ciba-Geigy, Sandoz, Cooper Labs (Berlex), Merck and Purdue Pharma. He has consulted and worked for Technicon (Bran+Leubbe), NIRSystems (Metrohm)), Infrared Fiber Systems, Brimrose, and CDI Pharma. He received the 2004 Eastern Analytical Symposium “Achievements in NIR” award.
Mr. Ciurczak has taught (adjunct) at Stevens Tech, College of St. Elizabeth, Hood College, and Mount St. Mary’s College. He is a founding member of the Council for NIRS, is on several USP Expert Committees, and was on the FDA’s Subcommittee for PAT. He is co-editor of the “Handbook of NIR Analysis” (3 editions), co-author of “Pharmaceutical and Medical Applications of NIRS” (2 editions) and has a number of other texts and chapters on NIR in print. He holds twelve patents on NIR equipment and software and has over sixty contributed papers published as well as over 250 oral presentations.
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