GE Analytical Instruments, part of GE Power and Water, will be presenting at the University of Heidelberg QbD/PAT Conference 2010, which takes place September 29-October 1, 2010 in Heidelberg, Germany. Alexis Sorokovosky, EMEA Marketing Manager for GE Analytical Instruments, will present 'A Streamlined, Science-Based Program for Successfully Implementing On-line TOC Analyzers for Real-Time Release Testing of Pharmaceutical Water.'
The QbD/PAT conference will focus on the pivotal role process analytical technology (PAT) plays in delivering the levels of process understanding and process control to underpin Quality by Design. It will also include a range of processing considerations proving increasingly important to ensure that Good Manufacturing Practice is actually more capable of delivering Good Manufacturing performance consistently.
For more information on the conference, download the flyer. To learn more about implementing on-line total organic carbon (TOC) analyzers for real-time testing of pharmaceutical water and GE's Quality System Optimization (QSO) program, visit the QSO section of our web site.