Date: 26th September - 16:00 GMT, 11 AM US East Coast, 8 AM US West Coast
Life sciences research and development can generate an almost endless variety of samples and materials which need to be stored, tracked and managed. Accurate tracking of this inventory is critical to the value of any experimental results, but presents an ever-increasing challenge with the rising throughputs of modern biological research.
Sample management is frequently entrusted to a combination of paper, spreadsheets, and home-grown tools. This webinar discusses common problems experienced with this approach, based on real use cases. We explore how Mosaic FreezerManagement has provided significant quality and productivity benefits for our customers. With cost-effective and flexible options including Cloud deployment, there has never been a better time to introduce best practice to your sample management with Mosaic.
Toby has worked for Titian for over 6 years and is a Business Application consultant Team leader. He combines the knowledge of Titian’s Mosaic product suite with the experience gained from 17 years at Pfizer Central Research, including 9 years leading a Materials Management Group in the SAR generation area. He is Lean 6 Sigma black belt qualified and so has a major focus on process improvement by reducing timelines and increasing accuracy.
Marcus worked for GlaxoSmithKline for 23 years, originally as a scientist working in molecular biology, later transitioning to bioinformatics and then R&D IT. He joined Titian Software in 2012 where he specialises in addressing the challenges of biological sample management.
A biological chemist by training, Anne has had held several roles within large pharma companies, including Compound Logistics and Assay Requesting and Fulfillment. She started out as a combinatorial chemist at Roche then later worked in Automation Support in the screening and compound management group at Johnson & Johnson and then at Merck. She then became Head of local Compound Management supporting the In Vitro Screening team at Merck before joining Titian in July 2012.