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Strategies for Developing IVIVC Studies

4-week online course | 2 hours per week

Next intake begins 4 March 2019

Online Academy

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.

What is an Online Academy course? 

Online academy is a new online, interactive and engaging education tool designed to maximise learning for professionals with busy schedules and/or small training budgets.

The online academy brings alike professionals together and gives you the opportunity to share ideas and questions via the discussion forum creating your own professional community. Our on-demand feature means the content is available as and when you need it allowing greater flexibility to your professional development and learning. 

 

Over 4 weeks students will learn through:

  • 8 modules, split up into multiple bitesize recorded videos
  • Quizzes to test your knowledge
  • Revisit the content with unlimited access to all the materials for 2 months
  • Access the discussion forum to interact with other students
  • Direct contact with the trainer through the forum during the 4 weeks the course is running
  • Additional content such as materials and white papers available to download

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


  • Gain a comprehensive introduction to the IVIVC
  • Familiarise yourself with the full scope of the data requirements and activities of IVIVC
  • Discover how to establish an IVIVC
  • Determine scaling factors and how to successfully use them to develop an IVIVC
  • Calculate an effective IVIVC strategy to avoid pitfalls
  • Build on your knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework of IVIVC

This course will be beneficial to personnel working in the following areas:

  • Scientific Research
  • Analytical Development
  • Formulation
  • Early Development
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control
rsc approved training

This course is approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for the purpose of continuing professional development.

As the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists, the Royal Society of Chemistry supports professional development by listing excellent training opportunities on their database of approved courses. The approval process is one of peer review, involving assessment against set criteria by members that are expert in their field.

What happens during an Online Academy course?

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This online academy course can be accessed from Monday 1st October 2018. Two modules will be uploaded per week, allowing you to study at your own pace. Your trainer will welcome any questions that arise throughout your course.

Please note that full payment must be made prior to the course start date in order to receive your login details to begin the course.

WEBINAR: IVIVC - A Way to Speed up Development Using Dissolution as a Surrogate Tool

Led by Jean-Michel Cardot, course leader for Practical Solutions for Establishing IVIVC and Bioavailability and Bioequivalence.
In 30 minutes, this webinar explores how to optimise IVIVC using your dissolution data. Topics covered:

  • Basis of IVIVC
  • Why IVIVC and dissolution are important
  • Use in development: interest and limitations
  • Optimisation of formulation based on IVIVC
  • Conclusions and Q&A session

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