Webinar: De-risk injectable drug development using elastomer barriers and films
The evolving regulatory expectations for the pharmaceutical industry require early evaluation of sterile (or injectable) drug product packaging materials. Biologic drug products have seen increased growth and typically use parenteral drug packaging systems. The sensitivity of biologic/cell/gene therapy drug products drives the need to minimize the use of silicone and maximize the use of barrier films and coatings. Primary container component manufacturers have been working to improve these films and coating through multiple technologies. This webinar will discuss:
Technical Knowledge Manager, Scientific Affairs
West Pharmaceutical Services
Peggy Frandolig holds a Bachelor of Sciences in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and has over 25 years of experience within the pharmaceutical industry. She currently is the Technical Knowledge Manager in Scientific Affairs where she conducts research and manages complex technical data for packaging and delivery systems and their applications, characteristics, features and claims. Peggy joined West Pharmaceutical Services in 2000.
Chief Scientific Officer
West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.
Fran DeGrazio has 35+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical packaging and delivery industry with extensive expertise in injectable drug products, including vial container closure systems and prefillable systems for combination products. Fran has held numerous technical roles at West, including R&D, Quality & Regulatory, Technical Customer Support, Analytical Laboratories and Scientific Affairs. In her current role as Chief Scientific Officer she is responsible to leverage scientific and regulatory understanding across the enterprise.
Fran received the Philadelphia Business Journal 2018 Healthcare Innovators of the Greater Philadelphia Region Award and the Healthcare Business Woman’s Association Luminary Award for West in 2017.
Duration: 1 Hour
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