(MONROEVILLE, PA – May 25, 2011) Ms. Julianne Wolfe, Manager, Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Services at RJ Lee Group, Inc., has been invited to conduct a seminar at the Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) at North Carolina State University. The seminar entitled “Managing Foreign Particulate Matter (FPM) Investigations” – An Industrial Forensic Approach to Particulate Characterization for Manufacturing and Quality Assurance Investigations – will explain how an Industrial Forensic approach can aid in both new and existing FPM investigations. She will show that these concepts can easily transition into an established and proven testing regiment for the life science industry. Ms. Karen Smith, Forensic Chemist, will then offer three case studies to demonstrate use of this innovative approach. The case studies demonstrate examples of contamination from container closures and a leachable material identified during a stability study. They are retroactive in nature and serve to demonstrate how a proactive approach can benefit FPM investigations. This free seminar is scheduled for June 17, 2011 at the BTEC at NCSU.
RJ Lee Group is recognized as an industry leader in providing innovative solutions to challenges in materials characterization, forensic engineering, and information management. For 30 years, we have been using our scientific expertise, instrumentation and technology to offer support strategies and provide solutions to our customers. RJ Lee Group is a 300-person company with headquarters located in Monroeville, PA. For more information visit our website at www.rjleegroup.com.
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