The Microbiology Network is a consortium of expert GMP consultants providing consultation, microbiology quality assurance training, and expert witness services to CGMP pharmaceutical, medical device, compounding pharmacy and over-the-counter companies around the globe. This consortium also blogs regularly on issues of importance to QC Microbiology. Founded by Scott Sutton, Ph.D. in 1996, Microbiology Network, Inc. specializes in services to the regulated industries especially those of Quality Control, CGMP, and product development/research & development.
The Microbiology Network focuses on finding practical, workable solutions to your concerns that will fit within the existing corporate culture. Our priority is being useful, not being experts.
Microbiology Network was founded by Dr. Scott Sutton who had 25+ years of GMP industrial experience and 30+ years of professional microbiology experience. All consultants have decades of experience in regulatory, QC or laboratory leadership roles. We apply proven, practical solutions to training and consulting engagements. Solutions are based on a balance of good science, client needs, current international industry standards and an absolute clarity of purpose on the identity of the company as a profit-driven enterprise. The proof of the value of the work can be found in the results and recommendations delivered to both new and repeat clients.
The Microbiology Network also supports the leading Email discussion lists for the industry: the PMFList (microbiology) and the PSDGList (pharmaceutical stability topics). In addition, a bibliography of articles of interest to the GMP microbiologist is maintained.
The Microbiology Network offers specific pre recorded webinar-based instruction available for your facility. Contact us for a discussion of how we can bring training into your facility via an economical webinar format.
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All training courses focus on a practical application of regulatory guidance in a fiscally responsible and scientifically defensible manner.
The Microbiology Network is committed to information exchange and demonstrates this commitment by supporting two free email lists: