In-vitro in-vivo correlation is a critical tool described in many guidelines and its usage in development is recommended to reduce the risk of in-vivo testing. Led by Jean-Michel Cardot, of Auvergne University, this 8-module course will allow you to consider the many implementation issues of IVIVC. Packed with examples and explanations, the course will build towards a comprehensive understanding of IVIVC, its limitations, data requirements and more.
Jean-Michel Cardot is professor and Head of the Department of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology at the Universite d’Auvergne, France. The research fields of his laboratory are dissolution, bioequivalence and IVIVC. His personal research fields are biopharmaceutical development of drugs, in vivo bioequivalence and in-vitro in-vivo correlation
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