— Register prior to April 24 2006 & receive a discount
— June 05-08 2006 — Washington DC
April 19, 2006 — /MEDICAL INDUSTRY E-MAIL NEWS SERVICE(TM)/ — TAMPA, Fla. — ISPE today announced its next series of conferences focusing on current case studies, best practices and regulatory challenges in areas such as Barrier Isolation Technology, PAT, Development of Pilot Plant Facilities and Advanced Clinical Materials. The Washington DC conference is scheduled for June 05-08 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington VA.
Featured conferences include the 4th annual symposium on process analytical technology (PAT) presented by the FDA, 15th annual session on the latest developments in barrier isolation technology, pharmaceutical process development: managing the transition for R&D to cGMP, and design and development of pilot plant facilities. All conferences will be taught by industry-renown experts.
In addition to the 12 seminars, the event will include a Pharmaceutical Career Fair and a full-day ISPE Student Leadership Forum, Table Top Exhibits from more than 50 of the industry’s top vendors of pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment and networking opportunities.
JUNE 05 2006
— ASTM Risk-Based Qualification Standard: A Workshop to Examine the Latest Draft
— Student Leadership Forum – East Coast
JUNE 05-06 2006
— Barrier Isolation Technology: 15th Annual
— Pharmaceutical Process Development: Managing the Transition from R&D to cGMP-Compliant Manufacturing
— Design & Development of Pilot Plants – Role of the Pilot Plant in the University
JUNE 06 2006
— Overview of the New ISPE GMP Laboratory Good Practice Guide (complimentary)
— Delivering Novel Dosage Form Manufacturing Facilities
— Risk-Based GAMP Approaches to Manufacturing Execution Systems & Automation Validation
JUNE 07-08 2006
— Process Analytical Technology Symposium: 4th Annual Implementation
— Advanced Clinical Trial Materials Operations
— Potent Compounds Containment: 7th Annual
— Sterilization & Aseptic Processing for the 21st Century
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Press passes to attend this event are available. Please contact Valerie Kestner, ISPE Public Relations, by phone: 813-960-2105; fax: 813-264-2816; or e-mail:
ISPE, the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering, is the Society of choice for nearly 23,000 pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals in 80 countries. ISPE aims to be the catalyst for “Engineering Pharmaceutical Innovation” by providing Members with opportunities to develop technical knowledge, exchange practical experience, and collaborate with global regulatory agencies. Founded in 1980, ISPE has worldwide headquarters in Tampa FL, Brussels Belgium, and an office in Singapore to serve Asia-Pacific. Visit http://sacserv.com/tracking.jsp?linkid=32840&subid=3838834&campid=147872&type=0 for additional society news and information.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS – MORE ISPE EVENTS IN 2006:
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— ISPE Atlanta Classroom Training, May 08-11 2006
— Grand Hyatt Atlanta, Atlanta GA USA
— ISPE Boston Classroom Training, Sept 11-15 2006
— Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Cambridge MA USA
— ISPE Annual Meeting, Nov 05-08 2006
— Swan & Dolphin Resort, Lake Buena Vista FL USA
GIVE YOUR COMPANY A REAL FOUNDATION FOR COMPLIANCE:
ISPE Technical Publications are indispensable references for industry professionals and regulators worldwide. In addition to the world-recognized Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) Guide Series, ISPE’s Baseline(R) Pharmaceutical Engineering Guides cover topics that provide a basic foundation for the design, construction, commissioning and validation of a manufacturing facility. The guides include topics such as bulk pharmaceutical chemicals, water and steam systems, commissioning and qualification, biopharmaceuticals and more.
ISPE publications provide the practical, real world information you need to help your company build on current best practices, in order to meet and exceed regulatory standards. The guides result from global collaboration, direct participation and review by regulatory agencies.
From promoting better understanding of regulations, to detailing the use of computerized systems for quality and compliance, to providing a basic foundation for the design, construction, commissioning and validation of a manufacturing facility, these one-of-a-kind technical documents are made available only through ISPE.
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Valerie N. Kestner
Manager of Public Relations
International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering
3109 W. MLK Jr Blvd Ste 250
Tampa FL USA 33607
813-960-2105 ext 277 phone