PASG - Spring Meeting. Pharmaceutical Analysis
The Kettering Park Hotel and Spa, Kettering
9th - 10th May 2011

Pharmaceutical Analysis - Lab of the Future

What does 'Lab of the Future' mean to you? Many of us have ideas of the technology, innovation and collaborative culture that will shape the future of pharmaceutical analysis.

Pharmaceutical Analysis - Lab of the Future promises to be a highly topical conference with focus on a number of themes including Quality by Design, Remote Analysis, Implementing Efficiency Tools and Lean & Continuous Improvement. Presentations and posters will convey current experience and future prospects for these approaches in achieving work process efficiency and enhanced output. There will be plenty of opportunity to interact with the speakers both in the Q&As at the end of each talk, and informally during the two days of the conference. The conference promises to be a highly enjoyable and interactive survey of the state of current and potential future practice, with plenty of opportunity for networking with your peers.

Date: 9th and 10th May 2011
Location: The Kettering Park Hotel and Spa, Kettering

Application and Fees: Note: Early Bird Rate has now finished

Full Price
2 days with accommodation & dinner (Mon night)490
1 day no accommodation220
2 days no accommodation400

If accommodation is required on Sunday please contact the hotel directly.

For Further Information:

Please contact Samantha DeMello.

Monday, 9 May 2011
10:00 Registration and Coffee
10:30 Welcome by PASG Chairman
John Smart
10:35 Session 1: High Throughput Approaches Chair TBC
10:40 Maximising efficiency in liquid chromatography in more ways than one
John Nightingale, Astra Zeneca
11:10 Increasing productivity for the next generation impactor test.
Mandeep Takher-Smith, Pfizer
11:30 Preparing samples for spectroscopic analysis
Don Richards, Pfizer
11:50 TPWII - Benefits over other novel extraction techniques
David Murray, MSD
12:20 LUNCH
13:20 Implementing rapid analytical technologies for an API lab of the future
Laurence Harris, Pfizer
14:00 Poster Session
15 mins - oral overview of posters - All authors
45 mins to view posters
15:00 Session 2: QbD for Analytical Methods Chair TBC
15:05 EMPACT
Nigel Howes, GSK
15:35 COFFEE
15:55 Analytical Target Profiles
Marion Chatfield, GSK
16:25 Experiences with a QbD for analytical filing
Garry Scrivens, Pfizer
16:55 Meeting End
PASG committee meeting
PASG CI sub groupl workshop(optional)
19:30 DINNER and QUIZ
Tuesday, 10 May 2011
09:00 Session 3: Implementing Efficiency Tools Chair TBC
09:05 Transmission Raman
Jonathan Burley, Nottingham University
09:35 Comparison of handheld NIR and Raman for the identification of raw materials
Tim Wood, GSK
10:05 Deployment of fully portable Raman devices for product authentication
Stephanie Brown, AstraZeneca
10:35 COFFEE
10:55 In-line monitoring of an API intermediate pilot plant manufacture using Raman spectroscopy
Richard Hart, AstraZeneca
11:25 Deploying a globally harmonised ELN - a UK perspective
Jennifer Compton, BMS
11:55 Symyx electronic lab notebook - how it has changed the way the analyst works
Rory Quinn, Pfizer
12:25 PASG Annual Update
12:30 LUNCH
13:30 Session 4: Lean and Continuous Improvement Chair TBC
13:35 Application of Six Sigma to analytical methods
Chris Ashman, AstraZeneca
14:05 Application of a cluster model for improved sample throughput
Sally Grieb, Pfizer
14:25 Walk-up open access chromatography platforms
Helen Weston, GSK
14:55 Chairman's Closing Remarks