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Wednesday, November 20 • 4:15pm - 4:35pm
Innovative Technology and Process Optimization- Development and Implementation of a Business Process Management Platform to Transform High Throughput Biomolecule Production and Sample Management Workflows

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Gene and protein production workflows are essential to the discovery of both small and large molecule therapeutics and a host of other research activities.  In order to keep pace with ever increasing requests to produce, manage and track large numbers of these critical reagents across multiple groups, the need arose to replace manual workflows and siloed informatics systems with a unified, automated request management and fulfillment platform able to be integrated with our registration and sample inventory management systems.  In this talk we will share how, through a highly collaborative effort between scientists and bioinformatics colleagues, we are developing an end-to-end request, workflow, registration and sample management solution which will increasingly enable a more efficient, high-capacity biomolecule discovery and production pipeline.


Kristen Nailor, B.S. Biochemistry

Scientific Manager, Genentech
Kristen Nailor holds  a degree in Biochemistry from Indiana University. She spent 7 years as a  medicinal chemist at GlaxoSmithKline. She then accepted a position as the  head of compound management at Vanderbilt University where she built a robust  compound management facility... Read More →


Christina Glazier

Senior Research Operations Manager, Amgen

Wednesday November 20, 2019 4:15pm - 4:35pm EST
Essex South (3rd Floor) - Westin Copley 10 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02116 USA

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