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Don't miss the PDA Parenteral Packaging Conference - Parenteral Packaging in a New Era: Convergence of Patient, Process and Product Needs!
Join us online to discover more about the latest primary packaging insights for parenteral pharmaceutical drug products.
Wednesday, April 28th - 3:45 pm to 6:00 pm (CEST)|Panel Discussion: Managing the Packaging Supply Chain in an Emergency Situation
In this presentation, Stevanato Group will illustrate best practices in business forecasting, production planning, quality assurance & regulatory impacts, logistics and the importance of liaising with the industry stakeholders, including pharma companies, CMOs, institutions, and organizations in a fast-evolving scenario.
Product Manager Syringes, Components, and SG Lab
Daniel Martinez is the Product Manager for Syringes, Components, and SG Lab at Stevanato Group since 2017. In his role, he is responsible for the development and go-to-market strategy of syringes and add-on components, and analytical services. He has experience in different aspects and functions such as production, technical liaison, quality, project management, and sales.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. Before joining Stevanato Group, Mr. Martinez has been covering commercial and operational roles in international companies dedicated to primary packaging.
Tuesday, April 27th and Wednesday, April 28th
Glass is the favorite material for parenteral packaging because of its physico-chemical properties. Type I borosilicate glass is worldwide used at this scope. Still, it may have some issues related to breakage, corrosion, and delamination that might compromise the drug quality, efficacy, and safety. Learn more in our scientific poster.
SG Lab Analytics Researcher
Serena Panighello is a researcher at SG Lab Analytics. Her role is mainly related to the study of glass corrosion mechanisms and container-drug interaction consultancy. She is involved on the advanced analytical services that SG Lab offers to the Pharma customers to understand the containers properties and performances with respect to the customer needs and to mitigate and reduce the risk of interaction of containers with the drugs.
She earned a PhD in Chemical Sciences at Ca' Foscari University of Venice (Italy) within a joint research program with the National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana (Slovenia). During the PhD she was awarded with the Paul Award for the best presentation at the New Researchers Forum during the SGT (Society of Glass Technology) annual Conference in Durham (UK).