European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) experts contribute to ensuring the quality of active substances and excipients, and of chemical and biological medicines thanks to their individual expertise. Every three years, the European Pharmacopoeia invites qualified candidates – scientists, academics, regulatory officials and other professionals working with medicines – to apply to join its network of experts and become a part of the safety net that promotes and protects public health in Europe and beyond.
Help us establish the Ph. Eur. standards, used in over 130 countries, that make it possible for millions of people to have access to quality medicines. Apply to join the Ph. Eur. expert network, share your knowledge and passion for quality, participate in engaging debates and contribute to decisions that are critical to ensuring public health!
In particular, the Ph. Eur. is seeking experts with current expertise in pharmaceutical analytical procedures related to quality control methods for biological and biotechnological substances and products (such as naturally extracted substances, chemically synthesised peptides and biotherapeutics) to join Group 6 (Biological and Biotechnological products). Active involvement in laboratory verification and validation of test procedures is essential.
Group 6 covers a diverse range of substances and products, including extracted substances, such as heparins and other glucosaminoglycans, enzymes and chemically synthesised peptides, in addition to a wide range of biotherapeutics. The experts of Group 6 work together both to update and improve existing monographs and to elaborate new texts, currently for substances such as atosiban, triptorelin or glatiramer, and for medicinal products such as insulin glargine injection, teriparatide injection or enoxaparin injection.
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