On demand webinar: Using a handheld raman analyzer for quality testing in pharmaceutical manufacturing

Handheld Raman spectrometers have fundamentally changed how the pharmaceutical industry performs incoming raw material identification. Learn how the Thermo Scientific™ TruScan™ RM handheld Raman analyzer contains new capabilities to improve quality testing initiatives for biopharmaceutical manufacturers. Also hear firsthand how a quality control specialist from a Johnson & Johnson used the Thermo Scientific™ TruTools™ application for the quantification of APIs in syrup products.

About our presenters

Dean is a Product Manager for Thermo Fisher Scientific passionate about the advancement of scientific instrumentation. Throughout his career, Dean has shown a special interest in sustainable quality improvements for the pharmaceutical industry. His prior roles include a quality control scientist and an analytical methods developer. Dean currently specializes in the development of portable Raman, Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR), and X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) technologies.

Sergio is a Quality Specialist for Johnson & Johnson. In his current role, he leads the implementation of Raman spectroscopy and develops new analytical methods for his site. He also provides product and technology recommendations to other J&J locations for various applications throughout the company. Prior joining Johnson & Johnson, Sergio was an applications specialist in the medical diagnostics industry where he developed multiple automated immunoassays for clients worldwide.

Learning objectives

  • Understand what TruScan RM is and how it supports continuous improvement for biopharmaceutical manufacturers
  • Learn what applications can benefit from TruTools chemometric software to identify classically difficult materials and cell culture medias
  • Gain knowledge of how to leverage TruTools to create quality testing algorithms for at-line PAT checks and perform protein product identification

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