Learn how to approach method speed up, optimization and transfer when modernizing pharmacopeial monograph methods. This webcast will discuss the use of superficially porous particle (SPP) columns on an optimized UHPLC system to increase analytical throughput. Once an HPLC method is established, the work of instrument-to-instrument transfer of the method can be challenging. Learn about the key factors that need to be considered for method transfer and hear about the compliant hardware features to facilitate transferring methods built into modern HPLC and UHPLC systems.
Attend this webinar to learn
- Learn how to increase throughput and optimize HPLC methods by learning the basics of pharmacopeia modernization and how to comply with modernized methods
- Learn about key factors which contribute to successful method transfer
- Discover compliant hardware features that facilitate method transfer built into modern HPLC and UHPLC systems
Who should attend
Any HPLC chromatographer in a pharmaceutical company or regulated environment interested in learning more about how to increase method throughput within a pharmacopeial monograph, and how new technologies can facilitate method transfer.
About the presenters
Dr. James Grinias
Assistant Professor Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Dr. James Grinias is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at Rowan University and has spent the past decade researching the fundamentals of liquid-phase separations in capillary and microfluidic columns as well as applications in neuroscience, molecular physiology, and pharmaceutical fields.
Dr. Frank Steiner
Sr. Manager of Product Applications & Scientific Advisor
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Frank Steiner is the Sr. Manager of Product Applications and Scientific Advisor in the HPLC organization of Thermo Fisher Scientific based in Germering, Germany and is responsible for coordinating scientific collaborations with external partners to advance UHPLC technologies and applications.