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Pharmaceutical Technology Transfer and Post-Approval Changes

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Overview / Abstract:

This 3-day intensive, accredited course will provide a basic understanding of the technology transfer of analytical methods, quality control standards, packaging components/operations and various pharmaceutical dosage forms from R&D to manufacturing. It is designed to provide an understanding of the issues affecting the transfer within and outside a company. Topics will include transfer of technology to/from international sites as well as to/from third parties. This course will also provide an understanding of the FDA Scale-up and Post Approval Changes Guidelines & the FDA guideline on changes to an approved NDA or ANDA. The issues affecting batch size scale-up/scale-down, various post approval formulation component or composition changes, site of manufacturing changes, manufacturing process changes, and equipment changes will be addressed along with the issues affecting analytical methodology, packaging and labeling changes. Speakers will use practical examples to highlight issues critical to successful technology transfer in compliance with FDA regulations.

Interactive case studies based on real examples will allow participants to develop strategies and plans in a team environment.


Feb 28, 2018




Live / Seminar



Credits / Hours

1.8 CEUs



Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Walter G. Chambliss, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmaceutics, University of Mississippi

Mukund “Mike” Yelvigi, Founder and Principal, Center for Pharmaceutical Integration, LLC. New Jersey

Keywords / Search Terms

CfPA Pharmaceutical Technology Transfer, Post-Approval Changes, pharmaceutical dosage forms, analytical methods, quality control, FDA, Scale-up, NDA, ANDA Seminar CE CME

LIVE Activity Location Details

02-26-2018 - 02-28-2018

United States of America

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