Pharmaceutical microbiology's main objective is to ensure the safety and efficacy of pharmaceutical goods. It includes procedures such as disinfectant validation, study of disinfection efficacy in suspension, on surfaces, and in field trials. It focuses on the causes of pharmaceutical contamination (microbe contamination of medicinal products) and spoilage. Pharmaceutical microbiologists place a strong emphasis on quality control to ensure that life-saving medications and vaccines are free of microorganism contamination.
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (PB) is focused on the development of pharmaceuticals, treatments, and vaccines to treat human diseases. It is the investigation of biopharmaceuticals from conception to delivery. Pharmaceutical biotechnology is becoming a more essential field of science and technology, as it aids in the discovery of novel therapeutic medications, the production of diagnostic agents for medical testing, and the beginnings of gene therapy for the treatment of genetic disorders' medical symptoms.