21 - 23 September, 2009, Mövenpick Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Pharmorphix is one of Europe’s leading providers of solid-form research
services to the international pharmaceutical and biotech industries. The
ability to prepare co-crystals in significant quantities is one of the major
challenges that still need to be overcome in order for this field to become
an economically viable method of producing new drug products.
Pharmorphix laboratories investigates how both traditional and new
methodologies can be employed to overcome these problems.
PLease visit www.iqpc.com/nl/cocrystals for more Details
Dr Christopher Frampton
Chief Scientific Officer
Dr Ahmad Sheikh
Group Leader, Solid State Chemistry
The importance of structure property relationships is becoming ever
more apparent in the field of co-crystals and particularly in current
environments to understand the physical composition of a compound
and the properties that will in turn exhibit. Mike has worked extensively in
the area of Co-Crystals for a number of years but has been focusing a
large part of his research in the last year in this area. With brand new
case study examples this is set to be a really thought provoking talk.
For for Details on this talk please visit www.iqpc.com/nl/cocrystals
Professor Mike Zawortoko
Professor and Chairperson, Department of Chemistry
University of South Florida
Dr Peter Kaprinski
Principal Fellow and Leader of US Salt and Polymorphism and Particle Engineering networks
Dr Jerome Menegotto
Discovery Analytics, Head of Solid State Laboratory
Dr Rob Geertman
Group Head Solid State Chemistry
This discussion session will enable participants to discuss
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