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Analytical Method Validation, Verification and Transfer: One and a Half Day...

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Reliable analytical results are necessary to make informed decision about the quality and safety of the products in the pharmaceutical industry. In addition, such analytical data are required for regulatory submissions in support of the drug product registrations. Therefore, meaningful experimental designs including system suitability parameters must be planned for the intended use of the procedure.

In this course, general guideline for the determination of the analytical characteristics for different types of validation procedures is highlighted for the analysis of both the drug substance and drug product. The factors to consider for verification of the compendial procedures will also be discussed. In addition, different approaches for the transfer of analytical procedure from one lab (transferring) to other lab(s) (receiving) under different circumstances will be covered. Other related topics for obtaining reliable data will also be discussed. These topics include analytical instrument qualification as well as how to set, handle and monitor specifications.

Due to global nature of pharmaceutical industry, other quality topics on both regulatory (ICH) and compendial (USP) harmonization are also covered. These topics are valuable for scientists directly or indirectly involved with the drug development, analysis. stability studies or regulatory/compendial submissions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Drug Approval Process and Regulatory Requirements (private standards)
  • Pharmacopeias and Compendial Approval Process (public standards)
  • Compendial Harmonization Process
  • Chromatography System Suitability Requirements
  • Allowed Adjustments of Chromatographic System Parameters
  • Analytical Instrument Qualifications including DQ, IQ, OQ, PQ
  • Analytical Method Validation
  • Analytical Method Verification
  • Analytical Method Transfer
  • Alternative to Official procedure and options
  • Analytical Procedure Life Cycle
  • How to Set Specifications and how to handle out-of-specification (OOS) and out-of-trend (OOT) results

Who will benefit:

Pharmaceutical Industry, Contract Laboratories (CRO), government (FDA or regulatory authorities), Academia (pharmacy, Pharmaceutical, Chemistry)

  • Analytical/Chemists
  • Formulation Chemists
  • Lab Supervisors and Managers
  • QC Managers and Personnel
  • QA Managers and Personnel
  • Regulatory Personnel
  • Compendial Liaisons
  • Pharmaceutical scientist/Pharmacists working in Industry
  • Senior or Graduate students (chemistry, pharmaceutical, pharmacy)

Meet Your Instructor:

Behnam Davani
Behnam Davani
Senior Consultant and Managing Director, Davani Pharmaceutical Consulting

Dr. Behnam Davani is an Independent Senior Consultant and Managing Director of Davani Pharmaceutical Consulting. He has a Ph.D. degree in analytical chemistry and holds an MBA degree. Dr. Davani has more than 28 years of experience in industry, compendial/regulatory science and training. He has extensive experience as faculty for the development and teaching of several compendial and cGMP courses both domestically and internationally for USP Global Education Program. Dr. Davani is also editor and author of a recent book: "Pharmaceutical Analysis for Small Molecules", published by Wiley in 2017.

Prior to forming his own consulting company in 2017, he worked at USP for 17 years in different capacities including Director of Chemical Medicine Department and the Principal Scientific Liaison. His last responsibly at USP was the scientific management of the content development and teaching of USP Education courses for stakeholders worldwide. He was also a faculty for several Pharmacopeial Education courses both domestic and internationally. These topics include validation/verification/transfer of analytical procedures, impurities in drug substances and drug products, compendial HPLC, residual solvents, spectroscopy and stability studies for pharmaceutical products. In addition, he provided scientific support to the USP International Regulatory Affairs Department and Global Public Health Department for outreach and training for international regulatory agencies. Before joining USP in 1999, Dr. Davani worked in industry in various technical management positions for more than ten years.

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