Data-Driven Lab Process Improvement
Therapeutic research and development creates a massive amount of data. Rapid access to information can enable informed decision making and process improvements. But it can be challenging to collect and analyze this type of information, as data is often stored in disparate systems and formats, is varied and complex, and can lack the critical metadata to make it usable in scientific contexts.
Join Core Informatics, and other leaders in our field, for lunch and a roundtable discussion about the challenges and opportunities in data-driven laboratory process improvement. Register today, space is limited.
Roundtable participants include:
- Stephen Scypinski – Stephen is the Vice President, Pharmaceutical Technology at Daiichi Sankyo. He brings deep expertise in analytical/bioanalytical R&D and multi-site operations, providing leadership from discovery through commercialization of products.
- Erik Rubin – Erik is the Director, Business Operations Lead, Pharmaceutical Development at Bristol-Myers Squibb. He has driven innovative approaches to improve research laboratory and business operations using strategy, technology, and process improvement. During his time at BMS he has lead strategic initiatives focused on capability enhancements, productivity, and innovation.
- IT leader from a large biopharma using the Platform for Science for bioprocess scale-up.
Register today to reserve your seat, space is limited.
June 20, 2017
11:30am – 1:30pm
85 Church Street
New Brunswick, NJ