In Situ High Speed NIR Imaging & Raman Mapping to Monitor Form Change and Drug Release from Rapidly Disintegrating Tablets
Webinar hosted by BioPharma Asia Magazine on March 10th, 2020, 11AM CET / 10AM GMT
Chemical imaging is a powerful technique for quickly identifying the molecules in a sample and visualizing their spatial distribution. This non-destructive and label-free method has enormous potential for researchers in pharmaceutics, food and life science, among many others.
Patrick Wray, Senior Research Investigator at Bristol-Myers Squibb, will present how chemical imaging and flow through cells are used to study drug release from pharmaceutical tablets with different formulations.
WITec Applications Scientist Miriam Böhmler will then present Cutting-edge Raman Imaging for New Advances in Pharmaceutics. This overview of the advantages of Raman microscopy will lead into application examples, including real-time imaging of drug delivery with inverted Raman microscopy, API distribution determination, microplastic characterization and quantification and the identification of components using a Raman spectral database.
This event is free of charge and will be of interest to anyone involved with pharmaceutical chemical characterization.
See the link for further details and registration.