Pharma Focus Asia

Webinar Sponsored byThermo Fisher

Thermo Fisher
Cavagnino Daniela

Daniela Cavagnino

Product Marketing Manager


Modernizing GC Sampling Solution to Serve Productivity in Pharmaceutical Laboratories

Duration of Webinar: 50 minutes, 10 minutes Q&A

When dealing with volatile organic impurities (OVIs) analysis, highly automated and reliable sampling solutions are a must to maximize productivity in routine laboratories serving the pharmaceutical market. New technological advances offer extended unattended workflows and the reliability required for continuous operation and minimum downtime. This webinar will present the wide applicability of a highly automated headspace sampling solution for gas chromatography in the field of volatile impurities in pharmaceutical products, and explain how innovation and dependability go hand-in-hand to save time and money in your daily workflow.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Overview of the TriPlus 500 Headspace Autosampler: features and benefits for the pharmaceutical laboratories
  • Optimal GC performance for routine analysis of residual solvents in pharmaceutical products
  • FDA compliance for genotoxic impurities in APIs and drug products
  • Learn about streamlining workflow for organic volatile impurities from contact materials

Who will benefit from this?

  • Scientists/chemists/analysts involved in OVIs routine analysis
  • Laboratory manager in pharmaceutical industry, CMO, CRO and contract services
  • Researchers and method developers interested in optimizing workflow solutions

About - Daniela Cavagnino

Daniela Cavagnino received the Master Degree in Chemistry at the University of Milan, Italy. She started her career in gas chromatography at Thermo Fisher Scientific spending several years in the R&D laboratories working on GC technology innovation. Then, she conveyed her technical background into product management and marketing management roles with more than 15 years’ experience in promoting GC/GCMS technology and applications in several different market segments.