Jason Chu is an experienced laboratory instructor at AAPS focusing on quality control and research and development functions in the pharmaceutical industry. He is an expert in HPLC, Dissolution, Pharmaceutical Laboratory Tests and GMP regulations. Beyond the classrooms at AAPS, he has led corporate training covering topics on WHMIS, health and safety, GMP regulations and data integrity.
Prior to joining AAPS, he was an Analytical Research and Development Chemist at Apotex Inc. – task with laboratory investigations, method validation, API screening, and process validation support. During his time in R&D, he was appointed as a Designated Compliance Coordinator (DCC) to conduct regularly scheduled self-audits for continuous compliance improvement. At Apotex, he also held the position as a Quality Control Chemist – testing raw materials, in-process products, finished products using a variety of laboratory techniques and instruments. In that role, he was also designated as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) task with responding to audit requests conducted by Health Canada and FDA.
Before starting his career at Apotex, Jason earned his B.Sc in Chemistry from York University (2008) and continued as a research assistant specializing in Synthetic and Analytical Inorganic Chemistry. His projects primarily focused on electrochemical reduction of CO2 to useful fuels and structure elucidation of novel complexes. During his time at York University, he taught various undergraduate laboratories in Organic, Inorganic, and Analytical Chemistry as a teaching assistant.
He brings with him a wealth of teaching and GMP laboratory experience and a thorough understanding of process validation, cleaning validation testing, analytical techniques as well as regulatory requirements in the pharmaceutical industry