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Laboratory Data Knowledge Management Report: What You Need to Know
This report examines the key trends in laboratory data knowledge management to find out more about the challenges and solutions shaping the future of the laboratory informatics landscape such as Big Data analytics in the laboratory, the evolution of laboratory informatics and achieving excellence in laboratory informatics.
3 Strategies For Implementing an End-to-End Evaluation of Your Lab Informatics Database
Elizabeth Admirand, Principal Research Associate in Lead Discovery at Epizyme, outlines strategies in how they’ve been implementing an end-to-end evaluation of their lab informatics database, and what the major benefits of completing an end-to-end evaluation of their lab info systems have been. And discusses much more!
A “Cloud First” Mentality For The Life Sciences Industry
Christopher Waller Ph.D. is the Executive Director- MRLIT Modeling Platforms at Merck. He speaks to us about some key pre-competitive technology offerings such as cloud solutions, challenges being faced at Merck, and what has helped in addressing these. Chris also touches on what the Merck Research Laboratories team is currently working on, and how “cloud first” is there mantra. Also included are 5 steps for life sciences companies to consider before moving into cloud computing.
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Making the Case for Cloud AdoptionWe sat down with him ahead of the summit this June 26th - 28th in Philadelphia, PA. The below outlines how McBride was able to onboard cloud technology swiftly and effectively, which promoted optimized workflows for the present and future!
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Creating Private Data that is HIPAA Compliant
We sat down with Bruce Kozuma, the Senior Systems Analyst and Project Manager at The Broad Institute. He is working on a project concerning the quantification of laboratory resources to measure innovation, and discusses what he considers to be groundbreaking about this study. Furthermore he outlines steps to assure a biomedical research organization can build a sustainable system of creating private data so that the operations are compliant with HIPAA, and what the major benefits of ensuring HIPAA compliance in the early phases of research have been.
Preparing Laboratory Data at the Broad Institute for HIPAA ComplianceLearn how preparation for HIPAA compliance has propelled the Broad’s aim of increasing the velocity of translation from discovery to therapy, understand the applicable HIPAA regulations and risks and how they differ from GxP regulations, and build a sustainable quality management framework for managing laboratory data compliant with HIPAA. Presentation by Bruce Kozuma, Senior Systems Analyst / Project Manager at the Broad Institute.
Refining Your Comprehensive IT Strategy to Support R&D FunctionsScott Arne Johnson, Associate Principal Scientist, Computational Chemistry and Cheminformatics at Merck, discusses implementing support solutions using internal services and external service providers for applications within R&D, working closely alongside project teams in order to implement informatics solutions and provide strategic device for buying decisions, evaluating and implementing tools for Big Data analytics for data integration and querying disparate data, and more.
Centralized Management of Laboratory Computers in R&D— Decrease Downtime and Lower TCODaniel Butcher, Senior Scientific Business Analyst at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, speaks about how to determine the benefits of applying ITSM principles to laboratory computers and equipment, implementing an asset management system, consolidating hardware and software maintenance contracts, and more!
Laboratory Informatics Market - Forecasts to 2021
This is a sample report courtesy of ASD Reports, The global laboratory informatics market is projected to grow during the forecast period of 2016 to 2021. The market for laboratory informatics solutions is expanding with the increasing need for laboratory automation, technological advancements, increasing availability of cost-effective informatics solutions, rising pressure to comply with regulatory requirements, and increasing adoption of laboratory informatics in biobanks/biorepositories, academic research institutes, and contract service organizations.
Bioinformatics: Data Knowledge Management With Complex Datasets
With the growth of biologics showing no signs of stopping, bioinformatics continues to be a key driver when it comes to R&D development. Ahead of this year's Lab Informatics Summit, Pharma IQ speaks to an array of experts on the subject of data knowledge management with complex datasets.
Five Ways a LIMS Accelerates Next-Generation Sequencing Research
An essential business tool for genomics labs courtesy of GenoLogics. This whitepaper goes into detail describing the five ways a LIMS accelerates next-generation sequencing research such as how a LIMS provides scale to keep cutting-edge labs on pace in a rapidly evolving discipline, can get labs up and running faster, and how it improves the integrity of results with unmatched sample traceability to name a few. Download for more!
LIMS: Four Reasons Why Buying Is Better Than Building
The complexity of data in research and clinical genomics labs means a lab information management system (LIMS) is a necessity. A LIMS provides greater reproducibility of sample results, minimizes error introduced into the workflow, and enables greater user productivity. The question is no longer whether or not a LIMS is needed, but whether to build one or buy one. Courtesy of Genologics.
The Top 5 Principles of Analytics Proficiency
Here to help assess your organizations analytics capabilities, and move you into a direction of mature analytics proficiency is the “5 key principles of analytics proficiency.” Take a look at what improvements can be made to get you closer to your data-driven destination.
8 Best Practices for Data Management
In this exclusive interview with Brian Wells, Associate Vice president for Health Technology and Academic Computing at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, he discusses with us some of the best practices within data management used at Penn Medicine, what is needed to be successful in this space, and why there seems to be such a lack of talent coming into it. Also what the main benefits to data aggregation and using data outside its original domain are, and where the future of lab informatics is headed.
Bioinformatics Expert Speaker Interview
Expert Speaker Interviews Continued!
Following our exclusive speaker feature with Ken Longo, we sat down with 5 more of our past expert speakers.
Talking Heads: 9 Key Trends in Laboratory Informatics
Global Trends in Laboratory Data Knowledge Management Investment Till 2018
Pharma IQ surveyed lab informatics from key pharma and biotech companies to understand their key investment areas and plans in the next 12–18 months. This new infographic provides a first look of the survey results and highlights some of the key technologies and strategies they are looking to employ.
Standardization and Integration Tool Box
80% of lab informatics professionals highlighting laboratory integration as a long-term strategic goal within their organization. This infographic will provide you with top tips and insights on product development cycles and the implications for a fully integrated data management strategy; benefits of data standardization and the solutions available; how the Chief Data Officer at Covance improved R&D efficiency, how the Director of Information Protection at Sanofi prevents data loss and ensures the security of sensitive information against cyber threats and much more!
Trends in Usage of Lab Automation Software
Over the last few years, we’ve seen an explosion of adopting new scientific processes with new emerging technologies. Manufacturers are investing in agile research and manufacturing processes, to increase their ability to release products more rapidly, decrease engineering change cycle times, and increase asset and resource utilization.
The Cloud in China
Cloud systems have emerged in recent years as a strong trend in pharma informatics. Externalization has driven global integration applications that bring together multiple CRO and academic partners. Traditional technologies often fail in the complex security and high-latency networks required by these applications. The cloud would seem to be an ideal solution, but will it work in China? Read more at Pistoia Alliance.
Data-Driven Management of Laboratory Equipment - A Case for IT-Enabling Your Asset and Service Management Processes
Andrew Sargent, Director of Research IT Services at Bristol-Myers Squibb, presented at the 2016 Lab Informatics event this past January. Andrew discussed what BMS Research IT Services does, having access to all your information in one single place without manual manipulation. How they can help and what level of investment is right for there system, the holistic view and high level approach, working across multiple groups and breaking down silos, and much more!
How To Allocate Your Resources To Deal With The High Volume And Velocity Of Big Data
Daniel Butcher PhD from Lundbeck, discusses a case study of ELN Regulatory Compliance and Big Data, Using BioRails Functionality, Using Large File Storage, NetApp SnapLock, HCS Archive, how best to go about allocating resources, and more!
Building a Process Intelligence System for Drug Product Development
DadongLi, R&D Information Technology at Bristol-Myers Squibb, presents on the process intelligence system, and why you need it, the benefits of a process intelligence system, how it was designed and built as well as examples of how it performs.
Research Life Sciences Cloud (RLSC): A Platform Strategy for Research
This presentation by Brad Michel, Managing Director at Accenture and Farida Kopti PhD, Director of Chemistry/Pharmacology/HTS Informatics IT at Merck, discusses research informatics challenges, the RLSC feasibility study, the life sciences cloud and coalition as well as how it is governed. Also applying a platform strategy to research, how RLSC is focused on the early stages of the R&D value chain, phased releases, and a business case for RLSC.
Chris L. Waller, Ph.D. of Pistoia Alliance, discusses the rapidly evolving R&D ecosystem, research IT organizations facing the same challenges, applying a platform strategy to research, and how value driven from “horizontal” capabilities is a core differentiator of the MRL IT strategy.
Increasing Scalability and Laboratory Throughput by Consolidating Information Systems and Integrating Data Processes
Francesco DePierro, Director of Research Informatics, Vaccine R&D at Pfizer, Inc.discusses driving innovation thru technology and informatics, a typical clinical workflow, example study distribution, what the goal of change is. Also consolidating systems into a robust LIMS platform, replacing manual robotic fluid verification process, and developing a streamlined approach to software validation.
Optimizing Clinical Next-Generation Sequencing Efforts Through Cloud Computing
R. Mark Adams, Ph.D., Visiting Faculty from Bentley University, presents on the main challenges around cloud computing in order to support NGS advancement, solutions for mitigating potential security risks and privacy implications for using various vendors’ cloud platforms, utilizing cloud computing to handle the increased volume and complexity of data generated by NGS, and preparing a cost analysis of using cloud-based resources compared to similar on premise technologies.