Scientific Director Bristol Myers Squibb, New Jersey, United States
Additional Fees Apply -- visit the Short Course Program section for more information. A full day short course that will cover a wide range of lab automation topics for those in the R&D space (i.e. non-clinical).
Who Should Attend:
Those with little or no experience with laboratory automation, seeking an introductory overview of the topic, including:
Marketing or Sales Professionals
How You Will Benefit From This Course?
Understand the challenges, costs and benefits of bringing an assay from the bench to an automated system
Learn methods of planning and executing successful automation projects
Appreciate the strategy and technical features that make up a successful automated system
Learn about current and future lab automation technologies
Gain a view of the challenges and strategies for automation generated data sets
From Bench to System: Challenges in Translating Assays to Automation; Strategies for Process Analysis and System Design
Laboratory Automation Systems: Instrumentation and Architecture;
Driving to Automation: Build vs. Buy decisions; working with external vendors