In the meantime, I’ve read - still enthusiastically - another "essentials" booklet by Patric U.B. Vogel. In today's post, I’d like to introduce the book "Laboratory Statistics for Technical Assistants and Students" (2021 published by Springer Spektrum, Wiesbaden; ISBN: 978-3-658-33206-8) and provide my personal feedback.
Think out of the box
And we continue reviewing pharmaceutical "essentials" books. With unbroken enthusiasm, I jumped at the book "Trending in the pharmaceutical industry" by Patric U.B. Vogel this time, published in 2020 by Springer Spektrum, Wiesbaden (ISBN: 978-3-658-32206-9) and spent a cozy evening in front of the chimney.
After outing myself in the last blog article as a fan of the "essentials" series, I’ve enthusiastically read some more books, but unfortunately haven’t found any time for reviews yet. This should change right now. Therefore, in this blog article I’d like to present the book "Quality Control of Vaccines" by Patric U.B. Vogel, published in 2020 by Springer Spektrum, Wiesbaden (ISBN: 978-3-658-31864-2). Of course, this book has also accompanied me - in keeping with tradition - on a vacation 😉
Small book - small review 😉?
Well, not exactly...
I'm going to reveal myself now - as a fan of the “essentials” series! Therefore, I‘d like to talk today about the book "Validation of Bioanalytical Methods" by Patric U.B. Vogel, which was published in 2020 by Springer Spektrum, Wiesbaden (ISBN: 978-3-658-31951-9).
It seems I somehow might say: “No vacation without any technical book!”... Therefore, today's review is about the book “Validation in analytics” by Stavros Kromidas (2nd edition published by the Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA Weinheim in 2011, ISBN: 978-3-527-32939-7).
As with some of the previous reviews, this book has also been part of my vacation reading and, in addition to the already hot temperatures, made me sweat a lot ;-)
Therefore, this blog article contains the review of the book "Analytical Quality Control and Pharmaceutical Microbiology", which Concept Heidelberg published in 2015 as part of the Pharma Technology Journal series by Editio Cantor Verlag in the first edition (ISBN: 978-3-87193-424-7).
And once again a technical book accompanied me on vacation and aided in avoiding my gray matter to rust completely ;-)
I’d like to use this blog article to describe my impressions of the book “Drug Development and Market Authorization” by Niels Eckstein (2nd edition from 2018, published by Deutscher Apotheker Verlag Stuttgart, ISBN: 978-3-7692-6992-5).
Since I was once more browsing for new books at Amazon, I was delighted (and shocked) to see that the next edition of the book "Die Pharmaindustrie" by Dagmar Fischer and Jörg Breitenbach (currently: 4th edition from 2013, published by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-8274-2923-0) * will soon be published in October.
Delighted, because I am generally very enthusiastic about this book and shocked, because this means I should quickly write a review of the 4th edition to describe my impressions. I have to admit, this book has been with me a little longer and I've always read individual chapters (and commented for myself) from time to time, but not devoured the entire book in one go. Now is absolutely the time to take stock ;-)