Modern Modelling Tools for Small Molecule Solid Dose Manufacturing
Date: April 18, 2023
Time: 11:00 am EDT/ 5:00 pm CET
The pharmaceutical industry’s rapidly changing landscape has resulted in significant shifts and challenges in the manufacturing of oral solid dosage forms, including rising costs, evolving regulations, and technological advancements. To remain competitive, it is essential to adopt efficient manufacturing practices that drive forward production innovation. Manufacturing science is a tool that can bridge the gap between the legacy processes and the expectations of the modern market by flourishing the quality by design philosophy and optimizing R&D.
In this webinar, industry experts will provide a comprehensive overview of the current trends for oral solid dosage forms, highlighting how manufacturing technologies have needed to adapt to meet changing market demands. Discover the power of modeling tools in improving scale-up efficiency and learn why an agile approach to operations is key to balancing capacity with speed.
During the webinar, attendees will gain valuable insights through a series of case studies demonstrating how mathematical and computerized models were utilized to improve scale-up and efficiency in oral solid dose manufacturing.
Key learning objectives:
- Learn the opportunities and constraints of mechanistic modeling to create manufacturing processes for pharmaceutical oral solid dosage forms
- Learn how these models can be used to optimize manufacturing of small molecule drugs
- Discuss real world case studies that illustrate how mechanistic modeling has been applied to fluid bed granulation and tableting to save money and expedite commercial manufacturing.
Rohit Ramachandran, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Senior Development Scientist, Product Development Department