Informatics and Research Externalization - It's Getting Cloudy (NSTC First Friday Bioscience Meeting)

Friday, February 1 2013
12:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Location: Cummings Center, Beverly, #100 Building – Room 221E Conference Center

Externalization has made managing research, and research workflows, increasingly complex. Often minor changes to workflow or task management can create significant time-savings while reducing data loss and duplication of effort.  Arxspan, LLC co-founder and president, Jeff Carter, will present on workflow analysis, project management techniques, and software tools to streamline the process of research externalization.  Jeff holds a B.S. in Chemistry and has over 10 years of experience in software engineering as well as 15 years in Life Science informatics.  

Refreshments:  Complimentary pizza, salads, and soft-drinks

Cost for members and non-members:
Members – Free (Thanks to our host Microtest Laboratories, there is no charge for NSTC Members and Affiliates)
Non-members - $10.00
Pre-register at:  http://www.nstc.org

For more information send email to:   FirstFridayBiosci@nstc.org

Host:   Founded in 1984, Microtest Laboratories is a leading provider of high quality and cost effective laboratory testing, environmental monitoring services, and pharmaceutical manufacturing for the medical device, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical industries. Microtest Lab’s expertise and flexible processes enhance product safety and security, speed time to market, and minimize supply chain disruption. Their unique single-source ability to provide testing and manufacturing solutions allows them to support a full pharmaceutical or medical device product release. Their facilities include state of the art aseptic manufacturing areas and fully equipped analytical chemistry and microbiology labs. Their ISO certified and FDA regulated facilities are managed to the strictest standards, and all services are fully compliant with GMP and GLP practices.





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