Lyophilization Cycle Development & Optimization: A Hands On Laboratory Course

Warminster, PAMay 16, 2017May 19, 2017



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Next Session: May 16-19, 2017 | Limited to 16 attendees 

Fall 2017: October 20-20, 2017 | Limited to 16 attendees   


Presented by Dr. Jeff Schwegman, this hands-on laboratory course will focus on following the freeze drying process from formulation and thermal analysis to cycle development and optimization, packaging and troubleshooting. Attendees will have the chance to optimize their learning experience by using tangible applications in a controlled setting.

Course Objectives At-A-Glance:  

  • Cycle development initial optimization
  • Formulation considerations and characterization
  • Utilizing differential scanning
  • Calorimetry and freeze drying microscopy in the development of the cycle
  • Creating and running the freeze drying cycle based on data obtained by analysis
  • Troubleshooting problematic cycles
  • Considerations for transferring freeze drying cycles from one lyophilizer to another


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*Course fee of $3995 includes hotel accommodations, meals, lab fees and materials. Course will be held in Warminster, PA.

Co-Sponsors of this Course:  

AB|BioTechnologies  |  Biopharma Technology  |   Lyophilization Technology  |  TA Instruments   |  Thermo Fisher Scientific

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