Name: Margaret Saladini
Alcami Site: Edison, NJ

How long have you been with Alcami?
I started as a contract employee in February 2016 and was hired by Alcami in October of 2016. So I have been here for 2+ years.

What is your role? 
I am a Sample Control Unit (SCU) Coordinator, as well as a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Power of Attorney.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?
The most rewarding part is working with incoming samples,  getting them logged in correctly and efficiently, and having the knowledge and resources to obtain additional information I may need to complete the process. Whichever department the sample belongs to, I find I can go to management and get answers and resolutions in a timely manner.

Topics: Blogs

Panel Discussion: Oral Solid Dosage Manufacturing Process 

Alcami recently contributed to Pharma Horizon's first Panel Discussion of 2018, dedicated to the Oral Solid Dosage (OSD) Manufacturing Process. 

The topics discussed include main challenges that manufactures of OSD forms have to face, such as quality, safety and productivity, as well as technical advancements, production management, operational excellence aspects, tech transfer, and packaging operations.

Topics: Editorials Oral Solid Dose

Editorial: Driving Change in the Pharma Industry and Biotech One Relationship at a Time

As published in Pharma's Almanac Q1 2018.

Although small and medium-sized pharma and biotech companies are driving the growth of the industry, they often don’t receive the attention and assistance that are essential to their success. Changing the industry’s mindset is critical. Alcami is establishing many different relationships intended to facilitate and accelerate just that.

Topics: Editorials

Editorial: Is Industry Ready for the Serialisation Shake-Up?

Alcami recently authored an article featured in Chemistry World titled "Is industry ready for the serialisation shake-up?"

The regulation few outside of pharma have heard about

Within the next year, pharmaceutical industries in the US and EU will undergo what could be considered one of the greatest regulatory shake-ups in the modern era. Government regulation – coming into force in late 2018 and early 2019 for the US and EU respectively – dictates that all pharmaceuticals be subject to track-and-trace capabilities, also known as serialisation.

Topics: Serialization Editorials

Alcami Donation to Outfit TROSA Medical Department

Durham, NC (USA) – March 15, 2018 – Alcami Corporation, a leading provider of fully-integrated custom end-to-end solutions for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc. (TROSA), a Durham-based innovative, multi-year residential program that enables substance abusers to be productive, recovering individuals by providing comprehensive treatment, work-based vocational training, education, and continuing care, today announce Alcami’s donation of $10,000 to the nonprofit. Alcami’s gift will fund TROSA’s technology needs for its recently established Comprehensive Care Center.

Topics: News & Events

Editorial: Transparent and Timely Testing

Alcami recently authored an article featured in Speciality Chemicals Magazine titled "Transparent and Timely Testing." 

Analytical testing is a pre-requisite for the majority of products that use specialty chemicals, but it can be time-consuming and complex. CDMO Alcami outlines the advantages of using a CDMO and introduces its Alcami OnDemand program management portal, which offers transparency and quick turnaround times.

Topics: Editorials Analytical Testing

Alcami Supports STEM Education at Local High School

Experts from Alcami’s Germantown, Wisconsin active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) Center of Excellence teamed up with Germantown High School engineering and honors biology students Monday, February 26, 2018, in Germantown, Wisconsin, for a Day of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) – part of an ongoing series of educational presentations promoting the importance of careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Topics: News & Events