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B M Rao's Biography

B M Rao, Vice President & Head – ASAT & CQC, Dr Reddy's Laboratories

Dr. BM Rao possess a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry and has about 27 years of work experience in pharmaceutical Analytical R&D and Quality Control functions in reputed organizations includes Janssen (pharmaceutical companies of Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Zydus Cadila, Nicholas Piramal, and Dr. Reddy’s. He has a sound practical knowledge and thorough understanding of “Data Integrity”, its importance in cGMP Analytical laboratories. He has exposure to various regulatory audits includes USFDA, EMEA, TGA, Health Canada etc. and also worked with reputed International consultants in QC remediation. He has about 75 scientific publications in reputed national and international journals and successfully guided seven part-time Ph.D. candidates.
During his professional career he has been recognized for his contributions at work and won awards including Chairman’s Excellence Award from Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories (Feb, 2018), “Standards of Leadership” from J&J at Janssen, Mumbai site (year 2010) and Best New Leader Award at SAI Life Sciences Limited (year 2013). He has extensively travelled to USA, Mexico, Europe, Germany, Belgium, Singapore, Brazil, and Malaysia and interacted with several big and emerging biotech pharmaceutical analytical & quality experts.

At present, Dr. BM Rao is working as Vice President and Head of Analytical Science & Technology (ASAT) & Corporate Quality control at Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories providing technical leadership to the Analytical method validations/transfers and Quality Control labs of APIs and Formulations.

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Analytical Method Transfers – Best Practices and Challenges

Thursday, 11 October 2018 at 11:50

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A successful AMT requires accurate communication between the transferring and receiving laboratories and a clear plan with defined roles and responsibilities. But the most important takeaway is to never treat an AMT as a checkbox routine. Differences in instrumentation, techniques, procedures and even interpretations of an analytical procedure can lead to preventable AMT failures. Dr Rao will extensively cover some of the best practices to be adopted during AMTs and how to address the key challenges. 

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