Senior Automation Scientist
XLVBALAB, New Jersey, United States
William Neil received a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry and Biology from Trenton State College in 1981. For several years he worked with the Toxicology Division of Mobil Oil Corporation where he developed his interest in computer programming and laboratory automation. In 1987 he wrote his first application to automate data collection from a liquid scintillation counter and installed his first robotics system to automate a Packard biological oxidizer. He then took a two-year sabbatical to focus entirely on laboratory automation at International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF), where he automated fragrance sample compounding. It was at IFF where he learned how to ensure a 24/7 operation. William has been employed in the pharmaceutical industry since 1995, where he has written several applications in Python, C#, Visual Basic, VBA and numerous vendor scripting languages to automate the Drug Discovery process, particularly in the area of instrument integration.
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Saturday, February 5, 2022
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM