This quarter, we’ll “Focus on Pharma” with a new webinar series that will consider why particle size is important for pharmaceutical products and how answering this question can lead to the specification of a realistic method.

We’ll welcome some guest speakers from Chromis technology and McGill University.

Your registration will provide you with an automated email that contains the link of the recorded presentation.


10th – Focus on Bioequivalence: Assessing in vitro Bio equivalence: How can the application of advanced analysis tools help with accelerating generic drug product development?

This webinar will introduce the general topic of in vitro bioequivalence testing. Paul Kippax Ph.D. will examine the typical physicochemical properties highlighted in recent guidance from the US FDA, and other regulatory authorities, as being important in assessing Q3 equivalence and will introduce the tool box of physicochemical analysis methods available from Malvern Panalytical to support in vitro studies.

12th – Focus on Pharma: Solid Form Analysis – Advance your Analysis

This webinar will consider the guidance available regarding polymorph and crystallinity analysis for pharmaceutical products and how appropriate methods can be developed using the technique of X-Ray Powder Diffraction (XRPD).

17th – Elemental Analysis – reduce your analytical workload

This webinar, Michel Zoontjes will examine the requirements for elemental analysis for pharmaceutical intermediates and final dosage forms using X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF).

18th – Introduction to Rheology & Normal Force Measurements

Gabor Kiss Ph.D.- Materials Development Engineer from Chromis Technologies will cover an introduction to rheology, liquid crystals and normal force measurements of LCP’s with detailed examples. A live question and answer session will be held at the conclusion of the web seminar.

19th – DLS, PCS, QELS, NIBS, MADLS, ELS – Oh my!

Ana Morfesis will review the Dynamic Light Scattering acronyms, i.e what is meant by NIBS and MADLS. I will introduce the utility of light scattering measurements, provide useful tips for analyzing DLS measurement results and provide interesting example data.

24th – Focus on Pharma: Characterizing Enzyme Inhibition and Activation by ITC

Anthony Mittermaier Ph.D. – Associate Professor from the McGill University will explain how Isothermal titration Calorimetry (ITC) can be applied to understand enzyme inhibition and activation.

26th – Focus on Pharma: Solid Form Analysis: Targeting your methods

Natalia Dadivanyan will discuss how XRPD method development and verification can be achieved in line with quality assessment requirements. We will consider how the use of different sample preparation techniques and instrument geometries can impact the outcome of an XRPD experiment.

Stay tuned to this blog, as more webinar information and Q&A transcripts are ever on the way!

Here is the full list of the latest Malvern Panalytical webinars that have been presented.

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