Apr 29, 2022
The presence of Elemental Impurities in the pharmaceutical product may cause adverse effect. The USP Chapters 232/233 govern regulatory requirements and recommended analysis methods. In this webinar, our product manager Dr. Daniel Kutscher and application specialist Dr. Maja Budanovic will walk you through the Chapters 232/233 and discuss on the analysis workflow, including sample preparation, analytical methods and compliant.
Key learning objectives:
- What is USP232/233?
- What is the protocol?
- How important is this protocol in governing drug quality?
- What are the procedures in identifying elemental impurities?
- Discover how to choose the correct solution for pharmaceutical trace element analysis
- Understand how different software features can support your compliance needs
Who should attend?
- Researcher, Lab Technicians, Lab Managers, Lab Supervisors
- Quality Control Specialists
- R&R Manager
Dr. Daniel Kutscher
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Daniel Kutscher graduated in Chemistry at the University of Mainz, Germany in 2007. Following that, Daniel joined the Analytical Spectrometry Group at the University of Oviedo, Spain, where he obtained his PhD in 2011. Daniel joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in 2011 as Product Specialist for ICP-MS. In addition to working with hyphenated techniques such as IC-ICP-MS, he was involved in developing solutions for the high throughput analysis of challenging sample types. Daniel joined the Marketing team as a Marketing Specialist for ICP-MS in 2018 and took over the role as the application team manager for Trace Elemental Analysis and Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry in 2022.
Dr. Maja Budanovic
Regional Application Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Maja is an Application Specialist with over 8 years of combined industrial and research experience in Analytical Chemistry. Her core responsibilities include creating success for trace elemental analysis solutions, as well as leading technical support to ensure that customers receive accurate guidance on product usage. Maja completed her Ph.D. at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore where she majored in Chemistry and was a recipient of the competitive Singapore International Graduate Award Scholarship. She has co-authored 13 peer-refereed scientific publications encompassing interdisciplinary topics in analytical, environmental, and organic chemistry.
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