Extractables and Leachables in the Single-Use Market – A Supplier’s Perspective

This FREE webinar was recorded on:
Friday, September 30, 2011
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Extractables and Leachables in the Single-Use Market – A Supplier’s Perspective

This 60 minute webinar provides you with direct insight into a supplier’s view of obtaining and collating extractable and leachable data and what impact this has.
There is also discussion not to be missed, addressing building a risk assessment programme as part of study design.


Jeff Carter, PhD
Filtration R&D
GE Healthcare

Dr. Carter has been a supplier to the bio/pharmaceutical manufacturing industry for the past eighteen years, and is currently serving as Director of Research and Development for filtration and single-use products at GE Healthcare Life Sciences. In this role, he has been responsible for directing product design initiatives, and has been leading in the areas of developing robust programs for extractables characterization, sterilization and microbial control, and rigorous application of Quality to the development and manufacture of customized single-use solutions. Prior to this position, he has been in Marketing and R&D capacities at GE and at Millipore, where he was active in the areas of sterile filtration and virus clearance.

Dr. Carter received his PhD from the Pennsylvania State University, studying microbial genetic recombination, and he held a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, where he performed research in the area of microbial DNA replication. He is active in external organizations, such as the Parenteral Drug Association and The BioProcess Systems Alliance, where he is an advocate for promoting the application of good scientific and business practices to the implementation of single-use biopharmaceutical manufacturing solutions.