Nasal Drug Product Development Webinar Series

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The nasal dosage form can be a successful platform for a wide range of small and large molecules, for both local and systemic delivery. During this webinar series, our experts will cover the current market for nasal products; formulation, analytical and manufacturing approaches for successful product development; strategies for generic products (including design of IV-BE experiments) and the opportunities for large molecule delivery. 

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Nasal drug products present significant opportunities to deliver drugs topically or systemically via innovative formulations or device designs. These products vary in device type and formulation (solution / suspension) however can be an ideal platform for the delivery of both small and large molecules. Teresa Iley, Intertek’s Director of Pharmaceutical Development & Manufacturing, will present an introduction to nasal drug products including the benefits of this platform, regulatory considerations and approaches to over the challenges of development for this product type. 

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Teresa Iley is currently Intertek’s Director of Pharmaceutical Development & Manufacturing. Following graduation from Anglia Ruskin University in 1993, Teresa’s career has spanned over twenty years leading teams in inhalation development and production. She joined Intertek in 2017.

In-vitro testing approaches are invaluable to the support the development of this product class allowing a deep understanding of critical quality attributes (CQAs). In this webinar, Mark Parry, Technical Director, will present an in-depth review of the in-vitro testing required for nasal drug products including USP / EP testing requirements, typical analytical approaches, set-up, testing considerations and typical stability programmes with a particular focus on spray characterisation & particle sizing (DSD, spray pattern, plume geometry, morphologically directed Raman spectroscopy).

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Mark joined Intertek Melbourn (formally Melbourn Scientific) after graduating from Cambridge University with a Master’s Degree in Chemistry (Natural Sciences). Mark now has over 16 years’ experience working within the pharmaceutical analysis and formulation development industry, with a particular focus on OINDPs. Mostly working in the pre-approval stages, Mark’s background includes extensive experience with product and formulation development, as well as method development and validation, stability studies, pharmaceutical development activities, and clinical trial manufacturing for a wide range of clients.

The inhaled product class includes a diverse group of products including Pressurized Metered Dose Inhalers (pMDI) which can exist in solution or suspension form with a range of different propellants, Dry Powder Inhalers (DPI) which can include multi-unit dose blister devices, capsule-based devices or reservoir products. Strategic formulation and manufacturing approaches for nasal sprays must be adapted to the drug/device in question to ensure successful development. In this webinar, David Ward, Intertek’s Formulation/Manufacturing Lead, will present an introduction to the formulation and manufacturing approaches for nasal drug products including; solubility experiments, excipient selection, device selection / screening, formulation processes and batch scale up.

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David is Intertek’s Formulation/Manufacturing Lead for Intertek Melbourn. He has worked in the pharmaceutical sector for nearly 20 years, specialising in formulation, analysis and production approaches for orally inhaled and nasal drug products.
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