Strat-M® membrane for formulation optimization

 

 Abstract

This webinar provides data on the applicability of a synthetic membrane for in-vitro diffusion studies in the transdermal arena in place of human or animal skin as a model. Applicability of synthetic membrane in formulation rank ordering is discussed. Advantages and disadvantages of biological models used in diffusion studies are also discussed.

 

 What Will You Learn?

  • Various models used for in-vitro permeation testing
  • Use of Strat-M membrane for formulation optimization and rank ordering

 Who Should Watch?

Pharmaceutical/ Cosmetic R&D/ Analytical R&D Scientists involved in development of new transdermal/ topical formulations
 

 

Speaker Bio
Vivek Joshi, Ph.D.
Applications and Market Adoption Manager
Vivek Joshi, Ph.D. is an Applications and Market Adoption Manager, developing new products and applications for products that span analytical workflows, molecular and protein science workflows and cell culture workflows. Prior to joining us, Dr. Joshi worked on high throughput LC‐MS applications at ArQule. Dr. Joshi’s doctoral research focused on molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs), and he completed postdoctoral studies of MIPs and capillary electrochromatography. Recently, Dr. Joshi was the presenter of a sample preparation module as part of the Drug Dissolution Training offered by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP).