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Innovative Services for Pharma, Biotech & Medtech

The HWI group offers a broad range of individual and specialised pharmaceutical services for the pharma, biotech and medtech sector, particularly for active ingredients, medicinal products and medical devices. Benefit from our long-standing experience in laboratory services, vigilance and quality services, drug development as well as regulatory affairs services.

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AIQNET— Medical data ecosystem

HWI is part of a consortium that is one of the winners of the AI Innovation Competition by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in 2019.
A digital ecosystem called AIQNET is being built collaboratively. The aim of the platform is to structure and use medical and clinical data in compliance with legal and ethical framework conditions. For more information – read here.

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Working in the HWI group means joining a fantastic team, developing it, shaping it – and having fun!

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Unexpected quality problems in pharmaceutical manufacturing require a reliable root cause analysis as well as quality and safety assessment followed by the definition of preventive measures to avoid such incidents.

Find out what this means in detail in our HWI-blog by Dr Sandra Huertgen.

30 years ago: On January 8th, 1991, the company was founded by Dr. Stefan Wissel and Prof. Dr. Hanns Häberlein. The two university friends created the name HWI from the first letters of their last names.

Innovation and Technology Support

Innovative Screening and Technology Platform

The vast majority of new chemical and biological active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) are poorly soluble in water and physiological media. These active ingredients are difficult for the body to take up and are therefore poorly available at their target site in the body.

HWI plans to establish an innovative screening and technology platform for the fast, flexible and cost-effective development and manufacturing of parenteral (sterile) drug formulations with poorly soluble APIs. We therefore want to further develop nanotechnology for the improvement of bioavailability.

An application for funding for this project was submitted to the Innovation and Technology Support Programme (InnoTop) of the ISB Rhineland-Palatinate. This project will be supported by funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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