Participate at the Laboratory Informatics Forum and learn how to build the technology and industry capability to achieve the ‘Lab of the Future’.
Unilever, Novartis, Adaptimmune, GSK, Leo Pharma and Pfizer have already confirmed their participation.
- Map out your internal informatics capabilities to pinpoint areas of weakness and examine strategies to optimise your systems interoperability and compliance
- Ensure that your digital transformation does not come at the cost of your systems quality or data integrity with our exclusive Data Integrity and Systems Compliance Training Day
- Strategise on how to address your current informatics challenges with the latest insights and recommendations from our expert solution and technology providers
- Influence future technology development and industry solutions by designing best practice technologies for adoption and sharing the conversation with key solution providers
- Join industry focused think-tank sessions focused on not just how we are transforming and securing our informatics strategy, but why we are developing our capabilities to address this need
- Plus much more.
Here you can can discover the confirmed accounts and types of people who will be attending the 2019 Future Laboratory Informatics Forum. Download to find out who you can meet
We conducted an exclusive survey of R&D professionals in order to build a greater understanding of what is driving forward the market for SmartLab solutions, where the industry is investing and the key challenges being faced in integrating this new software into existing systems.
Ahead of PharmaIQ’s Future Laboratory Informatics Forum, we spoke to Nick Ravenscroft, Senior Business Systems Analyst from Adaptimmune about system usability and the gaps in usability that the Smart Lab industry is currently facing.
Nick also talks us through his successful gamification of laboratory workbooks, and how he’s made training laboratory software into a user-friendly experience that is saving laboratories time and money.
Read his exclusive interview and get insights on:
- How to improve system usability with LIMS and informatic systems?
- Identifying the gaps in systems interoperability
- How the industry can address the gaps and challenges in systems interoperability
- Case study review: The gamification approach at Adaptimmune
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Technology and automation can be used to drive quality and efficiency in manufacturing processes, improving drug development through data analysis, process monitoring, and continuous feedback. In this article, Pharma IQ discuss with Benjamin Schulz, Project Lead, Fraunhofer IPA and Jonas Angstenberger, Head of Process Automation & Data Science, AbbVie their thoughts on how automation and connected devices can assist with ensuring data integrity and shape the future of the R&D environment.
Over the years, escalating growth of the healthcare laboratory informatics market has been highly influenced by the surging requirements of laboratories to comply with a plethora of regulation. Increasing integration of lab automation in contract manufacturing and research organisations has also significantly accelerated healthcare laboratory informatics market commercialisation.
This article looks into the factors which are driving forwards laboratory informatics and adding a renewed dynamism to the market.
At the SmartLab Forum 2017 (previously called Laboratory Informatics), Tanja Meyer, Senior Automation Scientist, Abbvie, and Jonas Angstenberger, Head of Process Automation & Data Science, Abbvie delivered a presentation on how to ‘Move Away From Traditional Informatics Resources.' Take a look at the presentation now.
We surveyed industry professionals from the pharma, biotech and agricultural sector, to understand what are the current and future trends as well as pain points and challenges being faced by these industries when it comes to laboratory informatics.
Download the latest survey report to find out:
- Biggest challenges faced by laboratory informatics professionals
- Identifying the consequences of inadequate data exchange on a global level
- Plans for optimising informatics platforms and software for the development and manufacturing processes cross-functionally and across sites
- Main drivers behind investing in lab informatics solutions
- Most important industry priorities for smart lab technologies
- Common form of data used in laboratories
- In-demand features required for laboratory informatics software
- Plus more.
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Ahead of the 2016 Lab Informatics Summit, Pharma IQ discussed the subject of data knowledge management within lab informatics and more specifically manufacturing with a selection of experts from GSK, Roche, Bayer CropScience and Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute