Advanced HPTLC for Popular Botanical Materials (Sold Out)

Analytical Laboratories Committee

Chair: Darryl Sullivan (Covance Laboratories)
Staff Contact: Merle Zimmermann

Committee Purpose:  To provide guidance to AHPA’s membership in the area of analytical methods for botanicals and to serve as AHPA’s representative in assuring that the emerging development of analytical methods is managed in a manner that provides value to AHPA’s membership.

AHPA Members, if you would like to join this committee, please email the staff contact.


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Advanced HPTLC for Popular Botanical Materials (Sold Out)

Gain hands-on experience testing the identity of botanical ingredients

Published: Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Event date: 3/29/2017 - 3/31/2017 Export event

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This workshop will build on your knowledge of HPTLC and its applicability to the analysis of various articles, with an emphasis on botanical materials, including raw materials, extracts and finished products. The workshop will strengthen attendees' skills and confidence to meet the sometimes burdensome and complicated requirements of establishing product specification and ingredient identity as required under the dietary supplement current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) (21 CFR 111).

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The workshops will cover:

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Event Details

Capacity:
10 participants

Dates and Times: 
March 29-31
8:30 AM to 5:30 PM EDT

Cost:
$900 (AHPA Members)
$1,100 (Non-Members)

Location:
CAMAG Scientific
515 Cornelius Harnett Drive
Wilmington, NC 28401

Airport:
Wilmington International Airport (ILM)

Hotels:
Hilton Wilmington Riverside
Use Corporate Account 2674049
Best Western Plus Coastline Inn
Call and use the corporate rate for
CAMAG Scientific
Courtyard Wilmington Downtown
Hampton Inn Wilmington Downtown

Transportation:
Shuttle provided to and from
CAMAG and the hotels above

  • HPTLC analytical process and its parameters in a cGMP compliant environment
  • Getting the most out of your HPTLC instrument
  • Elements of HPTLC method development and validation
  • Elements of transfer validation
  • Qualitative and quantitative aspects of HPTLC analysis
  • Quality of botanicals - a moving target
  • Pragmatic approaches to quality
  • Passing / failing samples based on HPTLC fingerprints
  • Quality of finished products, setting specification, and stability issues
  • Investigate participants' samples

 

Discussions will be accompanied by:

  • Extensive hands-on laboratory sessions
  • Case studies

Supplement cGMP regulations require that QC/QA personnel be adequately trained in dietary ingredient testing. Each participant shall receive a Certificate of Completion to document attendance and training.

Who should attend

Anyone with experience in utilizing HPTLC as a tool for assessment of various articles, with an emphasis on botanical materials, including QC/QA personnel, laboratory personnel, regulatory compliance personnel, natural products researchers, dietary supplement companies looking for economical means to comply with the cGMP requirements regarding establishing identity and quality.

Instructors

 

Eike Reich, Ph.D.

Director of Laboratory
CAMAG
 

Judith Nichols

Laboratory Manager
CAMAG
 

Maged Sharaf, Ph.D.

Chief Science Officer
AHPA
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