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Managing Research with External Partners and CROs with Bruker Arxspan

November 8th, 16:00 CEST

Managing Research with External Partners and CROs: Improving Oversight, Efficiency, and Documentation to Facilitate Decision Making

Key Learning Points

  • Synthesis request plus registration and sample tracking.
  • Analytical requests and automated data capture and reporting.
  • Assay requests and capturing the endpoint data together with the raw data files for the record.

Who Should Attend?

Those working with CROs who wish for a better solution for laboratory data management.

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Summary

More and more companies are working with external partners, either for routine day-to-day tasks or for the more-exotic specialist tasks. Some companies have taken this to the logical extreme and no longer have internal labs, instead outsourcing everything from synthesis to testing.

In both cases in order to coordinate the activities and advance the project the results need to be available to the project leaders for decision making, not a trivial task when different CROs return reports and data via email or shared drives at different times and in different formats. The Arxspan ELN platform addresses these challenges with a real-time overview of ongoing projects and experiments and a centralized repository for all your research activities, ensuring harmonization of documentation and result entry.

Speakers

Peter Gravil

Head of Sales and Service

Arxspan – A division of Bruker

A Ph.D. qualified scientist turned sales professional with over twenty years of experience in research informatics. Currently the Head of Sales and Service at Bruker Arxspan.

Max Karczewski, PhD

Senior Client Support Services Specialist

Arxspan – A division of Bruker

Over 8 years of experience in academia, publishing papers relating to photocatalysis, organic synthesis and DFT calculations. After graduation from the Institute of Organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Max led a team of material chemists for 3 years, developing novel methods for photonics. Currently holds a position of Senior Client Support Services Specialist.

Daniel James

Global Presales and Services Manager

Arxspan – A division of Bruker

Over 20 years of informatics experience, both as an end user and consultant, working in a variety of areas (Government, Industry, Academic, Charities, Software Companies) covering a wide range of scientific and commercial domains. Currently the Global Presales and Services Manager at Bruker Arxspan.

Adrienne Lemieux

Pre-Sales Implementation and Service Specialist

Arxspan – A division of Bruker

Six years of experience working in and managing a Neurobiology lab, with a focus on plasticity and mechanisms of the Drosophila melanogaster neuromuscular junction. Currently a Pre-Sales Implementation and Service Specialist at Bruker Arxspan.