Bruker introduces an easy-to-use method for fast quantification of solid forms, including amorphization, by combining the reliable minispec mq20 benchtop system with the well established Dynamics Center software into the minispec Form Check. The webinar will highlight the advantages of the patented solid form quantification approach compared to methods which are currently used, like solid-state NMR, X-ray powder diffraction or thermogravimetry.
The webinar will showcase its ease of use and how anybody who perhaps is not trained in NMR can still use the new method. Therefore, a special focus will be put in the fast and straightforward calibration and the automated data analysis. In a conclusion, an overview about possible fields of applications will be given.
After a short outline to TD-NMR (Time-Domain Nuclear Magnetic Resonance), the webinar will focus on the ease of use of the minispec Form Check approach, even for non-NMR experts, and the advantages compared to existing methods. It will detail how you can distinguish between two different solid forms to test the concentration of the lead API and gives an overview about the potential of this solid form quantification approach.
The webinar is aimed for people who are in the pharmaceutical industry and particularly for those who are involved with drug development, but also those involved in the production of pharmaceuticals. Additionally, the webinar is also of interest to people from other industries who face challenges in formulating solid mixtures.
Dr. Venita Decker
Product Manager FT-NMR benchtop solutions, BBIO, Bruker BioSpin, Rheinstetten, Germany
Dr. Venita Decker studied Neuroscience, but did her dissertation in the field of solid-state NMR (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen). In 2012, she joined the Bruker solid-state NMR application. As a NMR-late entrant she since then actively supported Bruker solutions that simplify the complexity of NMR (TopSolids, the minispec FormCheck). Since 2018, she is the Product Manager for FT-NMR benchtop solutions, bringing her mission to the next level.
Dr. Marcio Cobo
Application Manager / Developer for TD-NMR in the Applied, Industrial and Clinical (AIC) division
Studied Physics at the University of Sao Paulo and did his dissertation in the field of solid-state and Time Domain NMR at the Institute of Physics of Sao Carlos.