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West Pharma Webinar

4th July 2018

(Wednesday)

2.00 PM (IST)

45 minutes, 15 minutes Q&A

Kwang Kok Li

Rohit Chakravorty

Product Application Specialist- India,

SAARC and ASEAN

This webinar will walk through the process and benefits of implementing non-specific methods like Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analysis for cleaning validation (CV). We will discuss the use of TOC analysis for cleaning validation and verification, and how TOC can be an acceptable alternative to product-specific methods like HPLC for CV.

Participants will learn about:

  • TOC for cleaning validation, and how non-specific methods score over specific methods.
  • Regulatory acceptance of TOC for cleaning validation &verification
  • TOC as an alternative method for CV and conversion of limits
  • Benefits of at-line and online sampling

Free Registration

What you will learn:

Participants will learn about TOC analysis for cleaning validation, and how non-specific methods score over specific methods. We will also discuss regulatory acceptance of TOC for cleaning validation &verification, replacing HPLC with TOC for CV and conversion of limits, and benefits of at-line and online sampling.

Who should Attend:

  • QA personnel in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • QC personnel in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Validation personnel in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Operations personnel in the Pharmaceutical Industry

About - Rohit Chakravorty

Rohit is an Application Specialist with SUEZ(erstwhile GE Water, GE Analytical Instruments) responsible for providing application support in India, SAARC and ASEAN region for the Sievers product line. He is responsible for helping the pharmaceutical industry become familiar with TOC applications, notably in cleaning validation and Real-Time-Release-Testing (RTRT) of pharmaceutical water. Rohit is experienced in guiding customers in successful transitions from HPLC to TOC for cleaning validation. The work involves TOC limit calculations and optimizing protocols for soluble and insoluble API.

Prior to joining GE/SUEZ, Rohit was an Application Specialist for India and SAARC with Sysmex, and a Research Assistant at Sun Pharmaceutical in India handling various types of scientific instrumentation.

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