BI Nutraceuticals' Vice President of Global Quality and Compliance, Ms Rupa Das, will be participating in two upcoming roundtable sessions focused on ingredient testing methods and the resources required for dietary supplement manufacturers to meet cGMP regulations.
The sessions, titled, 'Analytical Roundtable for Regulators and the Regulated: Analytical Laboratories and the Dietary Supplement cGMP Challenge,' will take place on 30 September from 10:15–11:45am at the AOAC International annual meeting in Los Angeles, California and 8 October from 9:00–11:30am at SupplySide West in Las Vegas, Nevada.
These roundtables will help to provide a breakdown of the regulatory landscape and what ingredient testing methods and subsequent resources are necessary to meet these regulations. Content will cover identity testing requirements, reasonably anticipated contaminants, standard operating procedures, vertification and validation, and the qualification of standards and reference materials.
Ms Das will specifically be discussing botanical ingredient testing methodologies in these sessions.
Ms Das has more than 20 years of quality and regulatory compliance management experience in the dietary supplement and personal care product industries. She is a certified GMP auditor and is involved at different levels with leading industry organisations. Prior to her work in the industry, she was a chemistry lecturer at several California State Universities.