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AAPS 2016

Meet the new face of MilliporeSigma at AAPS 2016

November 13 - 17, 2016 in Denver, Colorado

Visit us at our new, vibrant booth #1142

Merck + Sigma-Aldrich come together to empower you to focus on your work with confidence, to solve the toughest challenges in life science. We support our customers with best-in-class products for your lab, combined with technical expertise.

Meet our new MilliporeSigma team at booth 1142 and learn about our latest products and complete portfolio for all stages of the drug manufacturing process, from research to industrial-scale production and quality control. Ask how our newest technologies will improve productivity, lower risks, reduce costs and promotes safety.

Event Website

Location: Colorado Convention Center


Poster presentation topics include:

Monday, November 14

Topic: Prevention of dose dumping effects in PVA based matrix tablets: a case study with two APIs
Presenting Author: Dr. Finn Bauer
Poster Number: 27M1200

Topic: Hot melt extrusion using direct compression excipient as plasticizer: benefit of spray dried sorbitol
Presenting Author: Dr. Mengyao Zheng
Poster Number: 31M0330

Tuesday, November 15

Topic: Taste optimization in solid dose: a human sensory panel study
Presenting Author: Dr. Hans-Leonhard Ohrem
Poster Number: 24T0130

Topic: Polyvinyl alcohol based solid dispersion using hot melt extrusion technology: simple, soluble and stable for poorly water-soluble drugs
Presenting Author: Dr. Mengyao Zheng
Poster Number: 30T0330

Wednesday, November 16

Topic: How much lubrication we can afford?
Presenting Author: Dr. Hans-Leonhard Ohrem
Poster Number: 30W0200

Topic: Supergenerics development leveraging mesoporous silica
Presenting Author: Dr. Finn Bauer
Poster Number: 26W0230

Topic: Use of amino sugar as novel plasticizer for hot melt extrusion
Presenting Author: Dr. Mengyao Zheng
Poster Number: 30W0330


Take a look at what we will be highlighting

Attend our Exhibition Seminar
PVA – Revival of a long lost polymer: drug solubility enhancement & modified release

The presentation will highlight:
PVA, a non-toxic, has a long history in the pharmaceutical industry. In our research work, we developed PVA, not only to improve aqueous solubility of poorly soluble drugs using solid dispersion technology, but also as a matrix polymer to modify release kinetics of final dosage forms.

Presenters:
Dr. Finn Bauer and Dr. Mengyao Zheng

November 15, 2016    10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Room 1