By Megan McMahon, Helen Williams, Elke Debie, Mingkun Fu, Robert Bujalski, Fenghe Qiu, Yan Wu, Hanlin Li, Jin Wang, Cherokee Hoaglund-Hyzer and Donnie Pulliam
Published in: AAPS Open 6:1
Published on: May 11, 2020
Risk-Based Predictive Stability (RBPS) tools, such as the Accelerated Stability Assessment Program (ASAP) and other models, are used routinely within pharmaceutical development to quickly assess stability characteristics, especially to understand mechanisms of degradation. These modeling tools provide stability insights within weeks that could take months or years to understand using long-term stability conditions only. Despite their usefulness, the knowledge gained through these tools are not as broadly used to support regulatory filing strategies. This paper aims to communicate how industry has used RBPS data to support regulatory submissions and discuss the regulatory feedback that was received.