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galenIQ™ - ask the Expert
galenIQ™ is a soluble filler and binder that can be used to meet many of the current trends and challenges of the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries. galenIQ™ is a plant-based excipient that makes medicine taste better.
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Dr. Maj-Britt Cepok
Head of Business Development Pharma. @BENEO-Palatinit GmbH
Dr. Maj-Britt Cepok graduated as a food chemist from the Technical University of Berlin in 2001. She subsequently joined the Suedzucker AG Germany for her PhD thesis in analytical chemistry. Following this, she was Technical Services Manager at PALATINIT GmbH for food and confectionery customers. Since 2007, she has been developing the pharmaceutical business at BENEO in different positions and is today Head of Business Development Pharma.
Dr. Michael Black
Head of Sales Pharma at BENEO @BENEO-Palatinit GmbH
Dr. Michael Black received a PhD in organic chemistry at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He entered the pharmaceutical industry in 1991 as a development chemist for new chemical entity APIs at Boots Pharmaceuticals. Following this he was a product manager for bulk Ibuprofen at Knoll AG, then a technical marketing manager for excipients at BASF. Subsequently Head of Business Development Pharma at Budenheim and since 2014 he is Head of Sales Pharma at BENEO.
Oliver Luhn
Head of Pharmaceutical Technology @Südzucker AG
Oliver Luhn graduated as process engineer in 1995. Then he joined the industry and held positions as product- and technical manager, head of R&D-pharma at Meggle GmbH and project manager innovations at Reckitt Benckiser. In 2003 he joined the technical services department of Palatinit GmbH as technical manager pharma and was transferred to the R&D and Service department at Suedzucker AG in 2005. There he leads pharmaceutical technology group focusing on the application, research and development of carbohydrates for pharmaceutical applications