Increased Efficiency for Routine Biopharma Workflows with Flexible Lab Automation
Waters Corporation: Increased Efficiency for Routine Biopharma Workflows with Flexible Lab Automation
Whether it is as routine as pipetting to normalize the concentration of your samples for downstream analysis, to plate reformatting/dilutions, to prepping samples for more complex sample preparation protocols, such as digestion, before analysis - time to results is critical.
Each manual intervention needs to be documented in a laboratory notebook. Any mistake along the way can cost time and money. Often, laboratories rely on experts to process these samples for more complex workflows to minimize the chances of failure due to human error. This is largely inefficient and leaves labs in a difficult situation if that person changes jobs or is out of the office. Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to worry about human error or document traceability, and be able to run your assays at anytime, 24/7?
Even though your workflows are complex, automating them doesn’t need to be. Join us for this seminar where we will introduce how you can spend your valuable time on experimental design and analysis, while the Andrew+™ robot does the pipetting and sample preparation and connected OneLab™ software captures your experimental records in a compliant-ready environment.
Presenter: Meagan Callis (Principal Product Marketing Manager, Waters Corporation)
Meagan Callis is the Principal Product Marketing Manager for Waters laboratory automation portfolio, where she focuses on new product innovations, partnership opportunities, and global strategy. Prior to joining Waters, Meagan worked in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry as an LC method development chemist, developing and validating analytical methods in regulated environments. She is based out of Atlanta, GA and her hobbies include cooking and spending time with her English Bulldog, Tugamus.