Overview Live Pharmaceutical Webinars and Webinar Recordings
Next Live Webinars
The third ExciPerience will take place 13 & 14 September 2023
This year we already host the third edition of the ExciPerience – our event all around excipients, drug delivery and formulation. We make it easily accessible online and free of charge for people from academia and the pharmaceutical industry!
We already have confirmations from a lot of very interesting and knowledgeable speakers. See the overview here and expect more interesting speakers to be confirmed soon.
Prof. Dr. Stephan Haubold“Sustainability – fact or fiction? How to bring sustainability into daily business operations of pharmaceutical companies”
Dr. Atheer Awad“Pharmacy in the digital age”
Dr. Nélio Drumond“Patient centric drug product design”
Laura Pereira Díaz“Machine learning approaches to the prediction of powder flow behaviour of pharmaceutical materials from physical properties”
Prof. Dimitrios A. Lamprou“A Journey into the Wonderful World of Emerging Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical Technologies”
Janeen Skutnik-Wilkinson“Risk approach Excipients” – more details to follow
Karl Vorländer“Tableting of fluidized bed granules containing living microorganisms”
Alex Abramson“Oral Delivery of Biologic Using Microneedle Capsules”
David Tisi“Selecting Excipients for Improved Drug Palatability”
Prof. Ryan F. Donnelly“Microneedles: Tiny structures with big potential”
Prof. Fang Liu and Dr. Norbert Pöllinger“Fluid bed processing of micropellets to overcome swallowing issues – not a dream any more”
Caren Ligthner, Enantios “Chiral Analytics for Drug Development and Quality Assurance”
Prof. Dr. Jörg Huwyler, Galvita “Templated inverted particles (TIP) as a novel pharmaceutical excipient”
Casey Davis, Tablitz “TaBlitz: Globally Revolutionizing Tablet Design”
Jonas Bäck, “OnDosis – Radically simplifying individualized treatments”
More Speakers & Information to follow soon!
Solving capping challenges using mannitol as an excipient model
Webinar recording now available
During drug development formulators are focusing on Improving patient compliance, enhancing production efficiency on top of developing a robust and stable API formulation.
This complex environment could lead to compromising on certain things such as:
- Tablet size and shape
- API loading in the tablet
- Manufacturing speed
The solution we developed, unlocks higher active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) loading, allows smaller tablet intake and faster product output with a lowered risk of tablet capping or instability. In this webinar we will:
- Elaborate about key criteria leading to capping
- How to design an ultimate excipient for direct compression
- Share case studies