Catalent Pharma Solutions Scientists Highlight Innovative Drug Delivery Technologies With Multiple Poster Presentations at the 2012 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting
Published: Oct 08, 2012
Novel drug delivery technologies such as OSDRC®OptiDose™, a fully developed technology that is an advancement in controlled release design options and helps to improve therapeutic and drug delivery release profiles beyond the capabilities that can currently be achieved; as well as more conventional drug delivery technologies like RP Scherer Softgel and Zydis® fast dissolve technology will be highlighted in the posters.
Catalent scientific poster presentation schedule is as follows:
Monday, October 15, Yan Tang and Wei Pan will present “Re-development of an HPLC Method to Address Specificity Issues Attributed to a Dual Active Soluble Film Formulation'” from 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm.
Tuesday, October 16 begins with a presentation by Leon Grother, “Use of Cyclodextrins for Taste Masking Cetirizine HCl 10mg Formulated in the Zydis® Dosage Form” from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm. Other authors include Kiki Hau, Philip Axe, Desmond Wong.
Tuesday, October 16 continues with several posters from 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm:
• Yi Zeng will present “Long Term Physical Stability of Soft Gelatin Capsules and Liquid Filled Hard-Shell Capsules” – The other authors are Stephen Tindal and Irena McGuffy.
• Shawn Fitzgibbons will present “Importance of a well-designed approach for e-tongue analysis” - The other author is Vincy M. Abraham.
Wednesday, October 17, there will be seven poster presentations from 9:30 am -12:30 pm:
• Irena McGuffy will present “Application of QbD Principles in Softgel Process Development”- The other authors are Gabriel Salmon and Stephen Tindal.
• Stephen Tindal will present “Stability of Lab Scale Softgel Capsules Stored for 6 Months at 40°C / 75% RH in HDPE Bottles”
• Michael DeHart will present, “Development Capabilities for a Tablet in Tablet Dosage Form using OptiDose™ Technology” – Other authors include Mark Bicknell, Danny Schave, Harry Cocolas and Uwe Hanenberg.
• Michael DeHart will present “Effects of Polymers on the Pulsatile Delivery of Ibuprofen Using OptiDose™ Technology” – Other authors include Mark Bicknell, Uwe Hanenberg, Danny Schave, and Harry Cocolas.
• Rickey Shelley will present, “Manufacture of Softgels Containing Either Propylene Glycol, Octanoic Acid, or a 50/50 Blend of the two Excipients Using a Non-plasticized Gel Formula” – The other author is J. J. Patnella.
• Norman Stroud will present “Gelatin-free Softgels: Compatibility Studies of Solvents and other Excipients Commonly used in Capsule Fill Formulations” – Other authors include, Keith Tanner, Elizabeth Youngblood and Didier Kiyali.
• David Fulper will present “Effect of Humidity and Water Content on Water Vapor Transmission Through Gelatin Films”
To schedule an interview with any of the above-mentioned presenters during AAPS or after, please contact Patricia McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive a copy of any presentation after the event, contact Holly Rackett at email@example.com
For more information on Catalent at AAPS, visit http://www.catalent.com/index.php/news-events/events/AAPS-Annual-Meeting-2012
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