Dissolution testing is a standard tool in a formulation scientist’s arsenal. When companies make changes to drug products (particle size, excipients, manufacturing process, equipment, etc), health authorities often require comparing dissolution profiles to determine if the reference and test products are equivalent. Generic drug developers are also required to show bioequivalence between the branded drug […]Read More
Author: Jean-Michel Cardot
Jean-Michel Cardot is a professor and head of the Department of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology at the Auvergne University in France. Prior to coming to Auvergne University, he worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 15 years. Prof. Cardot earned degrees in pharmacy (PharmD), a Masters in Bio-pharmaceutical, Statistical sciences and Pharmacokinetics, and a doctorate in pharmaceutical sciences from Auvergne University. His research interests include biopharmaceutical development of drugs, in vitro dissolution, and in vivo bioequivalence and in vitro-in vivo correlation.