2018-2019 / PHIN2023-1

Drug analysis

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part a : Detection of (bio)pharmaceutical products

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part c : Validation and qualification of equipment

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part d : Vibrational spectroscopy

Statistical methods applied to the pharmaceutical industry

Experimental planning and "quality by design"

Duration

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part a : Detection of (bio)pharmaceutical products : 10h Th
Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study : 10h Th
Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part c : Validation and qualification of equipment : 15h Th
Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part d : Vibrational spectroscopy : 5h Th
Statistical methods applied to the pharmaceutical industry : 15h Th
Experimental planning and "quality by design" : 10h Th

Number of credits

 Specialised master in industrial pharmacy7 crédits 

Lecturer

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part a : Detection of (bio)pharmaceutical products : Jean-Michel Kauffman, Pierre Van Antwerpen
Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study : Marianne Fillet
Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part c : Validation and qualification of equipment : Philippe Hubert, Roland Marini Djang'Eing'A
Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part d : Vibrational spectroscopy : Eric Ziemons
Statistical methods applied to the pharmaceutical industry : Laure Elens
Experimental planning and "quality by design" : Bruno Boulanger

Coordinator

Philippe Hubert

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

All year long, with partial in January

Schedule

Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study

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Learning outcomes of the learning unit

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study

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Prerequisite knowledge and skills

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study

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Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning)

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study

face-to-face + excercises

Recommended or required readings

Assessment methods and criteria

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study

oral exam with the teachers of module E

Work placement(s)

Organizational remarks

Contacts

Methods in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical analysis, part b : Preparation and separation of (bio) pharmaceutical products for quality control and pharmacokinetic study

Fillet Marianne (marianne.fillet@ulg.ac.be)