Industry Landscape

The Sixth edition of Nitrosamine Impurities forum scheduled on 21st - 22nd of August, in Radisson Hyderabad Hitec City, Gachibowli, will have one day workshop and one day conference. The forum aims at bringing industry participants up to date on the constantly evolving nitrosamines saga with a focus on regulatory requirements and their impact on the supply chain of essential medicines in international pharmaceutical markets.

The first day is focused on imparting deep understanding of various aspects of nitrosamines impurities backed by multiple speaker sessions and panel discussions from distinguished industry experts.

Glimpses of Previous Edition

Key Benefits of Attending

The Sixth edition of Nitrosamines Impurities Forum will focus on the challenges, including:

Get awareness and understanding of current regulatory guidelines, the similarities and differences across guidelines and the impact.
Learn how to derive acceptable intake limits, the challenges associated with this from both a technical and regulatory perspective

Learn how nitrosamines are formed – The chemical mechanism behind this, the risk factors and modelling to understand the extent of formation
Deeply understand the potential strategies to reduce risk, control of nitrite levels in excipients and other options. E.g., scavenging
Explore analytical challenges – specific focus on NDSRIs
Get in-depth knowledge on Toxicological studies for nitrosamines and the use of data emerging from such studies to set limits for nitrosamines, particularly for NDSRIs

Who Should Attend



Life sciences


API Manufacturers

Quality Assurance
Quality Control
Production & Manufacturing

Who should Partner?

Analytical equipment providers

  • GC-MS -MS
  • LC-MS-MS
  • Orbitrap
  • Nitrogen Chemiluminescence Detector
  • Small benchtop instruments

Industry experts assisting pharmaceutical industry through all the steps of investigation from risk assessment to analytical methods in order to confirm the levels of nitrosamine impurities in drug substances and drug products.

  • Chromatographic Columns
  • Filters
  • Chemical and AR-Grade Standards