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    Pharmig’s 31st Annual Conference INDUSTRY – Hot topics in Pharmaceutical Microbiology


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    Pharmig’s 31st Annual Conference INDUSTRY – Hot topics in Pharmaceutical Microbiology

    28th & 29th November, Delta Hotel Nottingham Belfry, Nottingham

    Member Fee £945 (Join Now) / Non-Member Fee £1345

    Pharmig are excited to announce we have secured

    • US FDA expectations on barrier systems – Sandra Boyd – Drug National Expert, Pharmaceutical Quality Programmes Branch, Division of Pharmaceutical Quality Programs, Office of Pharmaceutical Quality Operations FDA (In person)
    • Overview and future plans for USP microbiological standards – Mark Schweitzer – USP Volunteer & Chair of the USP MEC & Principal, Mark Schweitzer Consulting LLC (virtual)

    Plus additional leading experts covering

    • Transformational technologies in sterile manufacture and the modernisation of the microbiology laboratories to support robust contamination control strategies – Karen Capper, AZ
    • Filtering out the facts: sterile filtration (Annex 1, PUPSIT, CCS)! – Dr. Joerg Schubert, Cytiva
    • Practical approaches to microbiological challenges and growth studies – Dr Thomas Meindl, Labor LS SE & Co KG
    • Microbiological aspects of Oligonucleotides – Joyce Johnson, AZ & Deborah Allen, GlaxoSmithKline
    • Supplier management: Contract laboratories – The best from the test: a risk-based approach – Tony Mayhall, MQA Solutions
    • The threat of antimicrobial resistance in non steriles – Liam Stephens,Melbec Microbiology
    • Panel Discussion: Implementing the requirements for a contamination control strategy (CCS)
    • Culturing’ successful women in the science industry – Kay Hussain, WISE
    • Panel Discussion Women: Building a colony for success
    • Rapid method validation and statistics – Edwin van den Heuvel, Eindhoven University of Technology
    • Towards a non-invasive sterility test by use of raman spectroscopy – Ellen Brunbech, Novo Nordisk

    A truly informative line up of topics and leaders in industry across 2 days – PLUS our renowned ‘gala dinner’ extravaganza on the evening of the 28th

    Book now to avoid disappointment

    Sending more than 2 people from the same site – book by the 29th September and the second person onwards receives a 20% discount

    Download the Full programme agenda and booking form here.

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