14 May 2021

Title: Avoiding Drug Failures: Right First Time; Fast First Time

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Choosing the right form and formulation is a continuously evolving field. To stay at the cutting edge of this field internally and continuously educate the community externally, Crystal Pharmatech has gathered a panel of distinguished scientists from various disciplines to support our “Crystal Clear Pathways to Select API Form and Formulation”.

The panel serves to educate pharmaceutical companies on the importance of proper selection of API phase and formulation. This panel has combined to assess form and formulation for hundreds of development compounds. Experiencing it all, they've seen the successes and the horror stories of development and are now willing to share them with you through case studies, panel discussions, and webinars.

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