Preservatives are a unique set of excipients that have a critical role to protect the degradation of formulation from microbial contamination and prolong the shelf life of formulation. Ideal preservatives should be non-toxic, inert, compatible, have wide-microbial activity, etc. The selection of preservatives is a very critical task because it depends upon multiple factors like the route of administrations, pH of formulation, type of formulation, toxicity, compatibility with other excipients, etc.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Smita Rajput, Ph.D.
Field Marketing Manager
Smita Rajput has a total of 8 years of experience in pharmaceutical product development. She is currently working as a field marketing manager for India, South East Asia, and Oceania.
Her expertise is in formulation development of complex injectable & ophthalmic segments, can direct users for selection of excipients. She has five patents and seven international publications in different complex formulation areas. She has professional experience with Dr. Reddy’s, Cadila Healthcare, and Johnson & Johnson.
Global Segment Marketing Manager, Small Molecules
Prateek leads global marketing activities for key strategic segments of small molecules and therapeutic proteins. He has been with MilliporeSigma for 8 years and in the life science industry for well over a decade. Before moving to strategic marketing, Prateek had been working closely with customers as a sales manager, helping them choose the most optimal products for their formulation needs. He is a pharmacist, a business management graduate from NMIMS Mumbai, and has worked with BASF prior to joining our company.
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