Webinar: Nature Laughs at the Difficulties of Integration - An expert panel documents proven methods for solving ELN integration challenges
Pierre-Simon LaPlace, a famed French scientist, stated “nature laughs at the difficulties of integration.” We have assembled a panel of integration experts to share their tips for overcoming those difficulties.
Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELN) are widely thought of as the “hub” of the pharma/biotech informatics ecosystem and integration with other systems is mission critical. However, today’s landscape, where systems span organizational and infrastructure divides, where some are on-premise, and some in the cloud, presents painful challenges for bio/pharma lab managers, IT, informatics vendors, and ultimately research scientists.
Our experts discuss these challenges, and the solutions proven to resolve them.
Director of Portfolio Strategy & Product Management
PerkinElmer Informatics, Inc.
Josh is a recognized product strategist with expertise in implementing innovative and scalable enterprise systems. He began his career as a scientist at GlaxoSmithKline. He has a BS in biology from MIT and a Ed.M. from Harvard.
Ben Miles, Ph.D.
Head of Product
Ben Miles is a chemical biologist and product manager with Strateos, a pioneer in the development of remote access laboratories and lab control software. Ben received a Ph.D and Master of Research in chemical biology from Imperial College London and also holds a B.Sc in Nanotechnology from the University of Leeds. His background includes a stint at a leading cloud-based electronic medical records company.
Chief Visioneer and Science/Technology Evangelist
John consults on much-needed change in Culture, Data, Processes, and Technology so R&D companies can run more efficiently and embrace In-Silico advances. John holds a BSc in biochemistry from Penn State and a MS in molecular biology from Lehigh. He has held positions at AstraZeneca, Schrodinger, and other leading science companies.
Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Time: 11am ET / 8am PT
Duration: 1 Hour
Now Available On-Demand