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Early Development Screening for Technology Selection and Formulation Design

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Join us for a Free Educational Webinar: Thursday, May 12, 2016 • 11:00 a.m. ET

In early formulation development of low solubility drugs, it is critical to identify the appropriate technology and produce promising formulations with a minimal input of time, money, and API.

In this webinar, we will highlight select in vitro tests, as well as an absorption calculator interface that can accelerate formulation selection and design.

You'll learn about:

The amorphous solubility test – a rapid assay for determining the amorphous solubility of a drug and the ability of polymers and/or surfactants to prevent crystallization from the supersaturated state.
The membrane flux test – a rapid method for determining the free drug concentration for complex formulations.
Leading scientists formulating and screening amorphous solid dispersions.
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About our Guest
Michael Grass, Ph.D.
Michael Grass, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator
Bend Research

Michael Grass, Ph.D. is a principal investigator at Bend Research, a division of Capsugel Dosage Form Solutions, where he develops methods, conducts testing, and analyzes data for a wide range of pharmaceutical formulations. His expertise includes formulation development of challenging compounds, dissolution testing, and physical stability of amorphous dispersions. Dr. Grass joined Bend Research in 2011. He holds a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of California-Berkeley. He completed his postdoctoral work as an advanced light source fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He has authored 34 scientific publications.

About our Host
Stephanie Guzowski
Stephanie Guzowski
Drug Discovery & Development
Stephanie Guzowski is editor for Drug Discovery & Development. She is a former editor for Health Monitor Network, a medical publishing company of in-office patient education materials, and has written for Women’s Health of Rodale, Psychology Today, and other online and print publications. She is a journalism graduate of Rutgers University.

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