Reaction Optimisation - Tips & Tools
Reaction optimisation is a key component across the pharmaceutical development cycle. From early-stage small library production to full scale manufacturing, optimising a reaction for the desired outcome can be a difficult and time-consuming exercise.
Key to solving these challenges is defining the correct input parameters, the correct product attributes, and therefore the correct tools to achieve these.
In this short webinar we will discuss these parameters and look at some customer examples to highlight the points raised and how these were addressed using the tools that Radleys was able to offer.
Key learning objectives
1. The requirement for precision
2. Benefits of automated reactions
3. Real life examples
Who should attend?
1. R&D CRO CRMO CDO, Drug discovery chemists
2. Process Chemists
3. Scale Up Chemists
Will has a degree in Applied Chemistry and started his career in industry focused on parallel and automated synthesis in both materials and pharmaceuticals. As Product Marketing Manager he is responsible for our Mya 4 Reaction Station.
Dr Richard Buck
Richard is a PhD qualified organic chemist with 14 years of experience in medicinal chemistry, He has a strong understanding of what a chemist needs and how Radleys’ equipment can provide solutions to everyday challenges in the lab.
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