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How to predict for the formation of NDSRIs (in Japanese)

Join us for our upcoming webinar, ‘How to predict for the formation of NDSRIs’. This webinar will be hosted in Japanese and will contain pre-recorded videos with Japanese subtitles.

Nitrosamine Drug Substance-Related Impurities (NDSRIs) have become a major concern in the pharmaceutical industry due to their potential to pose serious health risks to patients. Understanding how to predict and manage the formation of NDSRIs is vital to ensure the highest quality and safety standards are met in drug development and manufacturing processes.

In this webinar, we have assembled a distinguished panel of experts who specialise in the fields of pharmaceutical process chemistry and quality control. Their vast knowledge and experience will guide us through the complexities of predicting the formation of NDSRIs and the practical approaches to mitigate these risks effectively. We are thrilled to be joined by;

Dr Leonardo Allain, Distinguished Scientist at Merck will discuss excipient nitrite risk assessment, mitigation strategies Merck may have considered and how using data can support a nitrosamine assessment.

Dr Giorgio Blom, Senior Trace Analysis Lead at AstraZeneca will present on Nitrite test methods, their associated challenges and ongoing comparative testing.

Dr James McManus, Senior Scientist at Lhasa Limited will present on Lhasa’s most recent work surrounding nitrosamine impurities, including nitrosamine formation risk technology within Mirabilis and nitrosating pathway prediction in Zeneth.

This virtual event will begin at 15.00 (JST) and each featured presentation will last around 25 minutes.

 





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Register to our other webinar in Japanese, How to establish acceptable intake limits for NDSRIs.

How to establish acceptable intake limits for NDSRIs (in Japanese)