May 20, 2021 | Virtual Workshop
In vivo skin analysis with Raman Spectroscopy
In cooperation with RiverD International, the proDERM Academy will host an exclusive virtual workshop dedicated to the topic of Confocal Raman Microspectroscopy (CRMs). CRMs is a technology which opens new horizons for anyone engaged in skin-related research. For developers of topically applied products CRMs uplifts the benchmark with regard to in vivo skin research especially in the investigation of in vivo penetration. For marketeers CRMs enlarges possibilities in claims support. For research professionals CRMs may be a diagnostic tool in the first place. The range of possible applications of CRMs is diverse and innovative at the same time.
This half day workshop was created to educate industry professionals and academic researchers alike, for whom CRMs may be a beneficial technology. Delegates of this interactive workshop will learn about the basic principles of the technology and the information it can provide about the molecular composition of the skin and how it may be used for diagnostic purposes. Special attention will be given to the topics of in vivo skin penetration and permeation of topically applied materials and ’skin hydration‘.
Break-out sessions around a number of topics will be organized to provide interactive discussion and practice of your newly acquired knowledge.
Individuals with an interest in cosmetics claims development and the law.
All presentations will be in English.
This will be a virtual conference. Details about the platform will be provided after completion of the registration.
Times are stated in CEST (Central European Summer Time)
|2.00 pm||Welcome and Introduction|
|2.10 pm||Raman device insights from the manufacturer||Peter Caspers, River D International|
|2.40 pm||In-vivo Measurement of Water, NMF and Skin Lipids with Confocal Raman Spectroscopy||Stephan Bielfeldt, proDERM Institute|
|3:10 pm||Preliminary Titel: Methods for in-situ skin penetration analysis||Dominique Lunter, Eberhard–Karls-University Tübingen|
|4:00 pm||Non-invasive quantitative in vivo analysis of skin penetration of topically applied materials||Gerwin Puppels, River D International|
|4:30 pm||Preliminary Titel: New Insights into Disposition and Uptake of Actives and Excipients by the Skin - the Power of Confocal Raman Spectroscopy and Regulatory Update||Majella Lane, UCL School of Pharmacy|
|5:00 pm||Breakout Sessions||All Speakers|
|5:30 pm||Questions & Answers|
|6.00 pm||End of Seminar|
Optimize penetration of your active: Design the experiment
Compare penetration of two formulations: Design the experiment
Cosmetic claim support: Look at water, NMF and lipids
Bioequivalence: Design the experiment
Compare Franz cell with in vivo data: Design the experiment
River D International
River D International
UCL School of Pharmacy