AAPS launches a new ecourse on formulation—on-demand and available now!
Poor oral solubility prevents a significant proportion of compounds from being developed into useful drugs, and the dissolution behavior of drugs remains one of the most challenging aspects in formulation development for Biopharmaceutics Classification System II and IV active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). With the advent of combinatorial chemistry and high throughput screening, the number of poorly water soluble drug candidates dramatically increased. Solubility enhancement is an important enabling strategy to enhance drugability of new chemical entities as well as life cycle management for marketed pharmaceutical products.
This course provides an overview of formulation strategies of poorly soluble drugs for drug dissolution enhancement. The presentations, delivered by key thought leaders, highlight fundamental principles and enabling technologies for solubility enhancement.
This course, Formulation Strategies for Oral Delivery of Poorly Soluble Drugs, covers an introduction to the topic and takes a deeper dive into three key areas:
- Solid Formulations
- Liquid Formulations
- Regulatory Aspects
AAPS members get a discounted price! Register for this on-demand course.