Webinar: Technology Selection for Enhancing Bioavailability
October 30, 2103 - 8:00am (Pacific Time)
David Vodak, Ph.D. will present a webinar titled, "Technology Selection for Enhanced Bioavailability". Don't miss this technical talk focused on the rationale for selecting these enabling technologies based on a technology agnostic approach using a compound’s physical properties and product specifications.
Webinar: Bioavailability Enhancement: Amorphous Solid Dispersion Formulations Using the Spray Dry Process
November 21, 2013 - 8:00am (Pacific Time)
This webinar will discuss the application of amorphous solid dispersions via the spray drying process in preclinical formulation identification, including stability and performance considerations. Illustrative case studies will be presented.
Webinar: Driving Optimal Cell-Level "Observability" and Data-Driven Process "Guidance": Integrating the Modular Automated Sampling Technology (MAST™) Platform to Enable a Full-Spectrum PAT Solution
September 26, 2013 - 8:00am (Pacific Time)
Lisa Graham, PhD and Clint Pepper PhD will be presenting a webinar, September 26th focusing on Bend Research's overall cell-level "observability" concept and illustrate how the MAST™ platform is incorporated.
Webinar: Rational Design of Modified Release Dosage Forms: From Pharmacokinetic Targets Through Technology Selection
September 12, 2013 - 8:00am (Pacific Time)
This webinar will discuss the wide array of scalable dosage form technologies that are available as well as the matching technology strengths with API properties. The presenters will then discuss how you can bring all of the choices together through biological modeling.
Webinar: Vaccine and Biotherapeutic Formulation Development and Manufacture Using Spray-Drying
July 10, 2013 - 8:00am (Pacific Time)
This webinar will discuss approaches used at Bend Research to design, assay, and manufacture spray-dried powder formulations containing proteins and nucleic acids. Case studies will be presented that highlight work we have performed in this area. Formulation design and spray-drying process parameters will be discussed with a focus on target product specifications. The utility of solid-state characterization tools such as differential scanning calorimetry, vapor sorption, and x-ray diffraction will be presented as well.
Webinar: Predictive Models for Advancing Amorphous Dispersions of Poorly-Bioavailable Compounds from Drug Discovery to Commercial Product
March 20, 2013 - 8:40am (Pacific Time)
This presentation will focus on predictive methodologies covering performance, stability and manufacturability of amorphous solid dispersions. Topics presented will include predictive bio-performance and physical stability of the amorphous dispersions, and science-of-scale to allow production of dispersions in milligram quantities of API for discovery support up to multiple metric ton quantities for commercial production.