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Pharmaceutical Training on Solid State Research

Our solid-state short courses are a hit with industry based on past attendance. Our courses are detailed and cover a wide range of subjects to get the novice or experienced scientist up to speed on solid -state issues in pharmaceutical development.  Our instructors are well-known industrial experts that have taken a wide variety of drugs to the market.  Details on our 2017 Short Course are coming soon!

          A typical course covers:

               Introduction to solid forms

               What is polymorphism?

               Characterization of solid forms

               Thermodynamic stability

               Polymorph screening and selection

               Solvates and hydrates

               Salt and Co-crystal screening

               Principles of crystallization

               Case studies in polymorph crystallization and form control on scale up

               Amorphous solid dispersions

               Amorphous dispersion screening, characterization, and selection

               Solid forms and patents


Our previous courses are listed below.  Join us for our next course and bring a friend!

           2016 Pharmaceutical Training on Solid State Research

               September 15-16, 2016

               Rutgers University Inn & Conference Center

               New Brunswick, NJ, USA

               Instructors included: Bob Wenslow, Ann Newman, Carlos Sanrame, and Jun Huang


          2015  How to Identify the Optimal Solid State Form for Pharmaceutical Development 

            October 8-9, 2015

            Embassy Suites San Francisco Airport

            San Francisco CA

            Instructors included Bob Wenslow, Ann Newman, John Knight


         2014 How to Identify, Characterize, Select, and Isolate the Optimal Solid State Form for Pharmaceutical Development

              May 15-16, 2014

              Rutgers University Inn & Conference Center

              New Brunswick, NJ, USA

              Instructors included: Bob Wenslow, Ann Newman, John Knight, Fred Vogt, Balvinder Vig, Narayan Variankaval