The event is set to take place on 30 March, lasting one hour and led by Dr Arne Böhling, Head of Division Innovations for proDERM Institute.
“The 60 minutes long webinar provides useful parameters as well as relevant case studies. Advantages and specifications of the technology will be discussed and delegates will have the chance to actively contribute within a question and answers part,” the company says.
It notes that registration for the event is open now.
What is raman spectroscopy?
Raman spectroscopy is often used in chemistry to provide a fingerprint by which molecules can be identified.
It is a spectroscopic technique by which vibrational, rotational, and other low-frequency modes in a system can be observed.
The webinar from proDERM will offer a lecture style insight into the technique and its possible applications in dermatological trials.
proDERM in focus
proDERM is an international leading CRO offering claim support, tolerability and safety testing with a strong focus on topical applications. It offers clinical trials to the pharma and cosmetics industries, and conducts about 600 studies a year for over 400 worldwide clients.
Its facility comprises more than 2.400 m² with dedicated laboratories such as: investigational rooms, Hair Care, Sun Care, Sensory Laboratory, Unit for Standardized and Reproducible Photography and more.
It boasts over 20 scientists among its 85 strong workforce, according to the company, and is situated in Schenefeld/Hamburg.
Its scientists are specialist across dermatology, ophthalmology, dentistry, pediatrics and gynaecology.