Drug Master File Procedures in the EU, the US and Japan 22-23 October 2015, Hamburg, Germany

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Drug Master File Procedures in the EU, the US and Japan
http://www.gmp-compliance.org/daten/seminarpdf/ECA_DMF_2015.pdf

22-23 October 2015, Hamburg, Germany

Speakers

Marieke van Dalen, Aspen Oss B.V, The Netherlands

Dr Hiltrud Horn, Horn Pharmaceutical Consulting, Germany

Dr Usfeya A Muazzam, Bonn, Germany
Dr Boris Pimentel, DSM-Nutritional Products AG, Switzerland
Dr Wilhelm Schlumbohm, Berlin, Germany

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Learning Objectives

This education course is intended to provide guidance on the procedures for the European ASMF, the US-DMF and the Japanese DMF. You will get to know
how to describe manufacturing processes
how to compile data for drug substance stability, impurities and residual solvents
which are the important points to consider for US-DMFs
which are the requirements for Japanese DMFs
how to handle changes in European, US and Japanese DMFs

Participants will have the opportunity to take part in one of two parallel workshops about
Description of the manufacturing process or How to compile data for Impurities and Residual Solvents

Background

Documentation of the drug substance quality is an integral part of any marketing authorisation application. In Europe the most common document for this purpose is the Active Substance Master File (ASMF) as long as the applicant has no Certificate of Suitability of the pharmacopoeial monograph (CEP). The European ASMF procedure differs significantly from the US-DMF procedure and for strategic reasons it is very important to take these differences into account. Moreover there are particular requirements for DMFs in Japan. For global acting companies it is a big challenge to handle the different procedures of compiling, submitting, changing and maintaining Drug Master Files in an efficient way.

Target Group

The education course is designed for all persons involved in the compilation of pharmaceutical dossiers for marketing authorisations especially for Drug Master Files who want to become familiar with the different DMF procedures. Furthermore, the course will be of interest to personnel from Quality Units of the pharmaceutical and the API industry.

Programme

The European Active Substance Master File procedure – An Introduction
Chemical pharmaceutical documentation for active substance(s) –
Regulatory requirements in EU, USA
Types of active substances – types of documentation
CTD Module 3, CEP and ASMF (former DMF)
CEP for a substance for TSE risk assessment

Drug Master File Procedures in the US
Types of Drug Master Files
Submissions to DMFs
Closure of a DMF
US vs EU DMF – differences in the procedure

How to document drug substance stability
Stability Guidelines
Stability Testing of new drug substances and drug products
Storage Conditions
Bracketing and Matrixing Designs
Stability data from new drug dosage forms
How to document evaluation of stability data
Optimising the submission

Residual solvents and Impurities: synthesis derived Impurities, Metals and genotoxic Impurities
Guidelines
Impact of the new guidelines ICH Q3D and ICH M7
Sources of Impurities
Setting and justification of specifications
Residual solvents, solvent classes
Content and scope of data – documentation requirements
Frequent mistakes

Handling Changes in European Drug Master Files
Why is there a need for changes
Types of changes
How to communicate with the customers and how to get feed back
Differences between ASMF and CEP
How to maintain an ASMF
Keeping track of the customers’ stand in relation to a specific change

Handling Changes in US Drug Master Files
Post approval activities
Reporting requirements to the FDA (CBE 0, CBE 30, Annual Report)
Post approval commitments and post approval reporting requirements
Risk evaluation and mitigation strategies (REMS)
Major re-organisation of a US-DMF
Holder obligations

Requirements of the Drug Master File Procedure in Japan
Regulatory procedures in Japan
points to consider when dealing with Japanese authorities
Regulatory documentation standards
Master File registration procedure
Master File review by Japanese authority

Changes and Maintenance of Japanese Drug Master Files
Change procedures and communication with the Japanese authority
Types of changes
Notification of changes

Costs:
Non-ECA Members: EUR 1.790,–
ECA Members: EUR 1.590,–
EU GMP Inspectorates: EUR 895,–
APIC Members (does not include ECA membership): EUR 1.690,–
(All prices excl. VAT)
If you have any questions, please contact us:

Tel.: +49 (0)6221 / 84 44 0 E-Mail: info@concept-heidelberg.de

http://www.gmp-compliance.org/eseminar_9255_Drug-Master-File-Procedures-in-the-EU–the-US-and-Japan_9255_n.html

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