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Automating Laboratory Assays For the Bench

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Deadline: May 03, 2017 | Date: May 03, 2017

Venue/Country: Online

Updated: 2017-03-10 13:42:19 (GMT+9)

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This 1-hr virtual webinar will teach you how to translate an assay that is performed manually to one that is fully automated, with high quality and with proper validation and quality assurance for regulatory purposes.

Why Should You Attend

Assays performed by hand have a number of issues that may be assuaged by automation. One problem can be a simple lack of throughput, as a single worker, no matter how skilled, can only do so much work in a day. As technology progresses, there may be a need to automate a procedure so that a given laboratory may remain state-of-the-art. Finally, the automation of procedures may unlock key new capabilities that may enhance productivity in ways that may not be feasible using manual methods. That said, automating laboratory assays from manual methods is rarely as simply as bringing in equipment, programming the assay in and letting it run. A certain level of know-how is needed in order to understand the various pitfalls and issues that come with automating an assay.

Areas Covered in this Webinar

This webinar will help you learn how to validate assays for clinical diagnostics.The webinar will include the following critical information you will need:

What are the individual steps needed to perform the assay on the bench?

How will your assay adjust to your automation?

What are the pitfalls to look out for during the method transfer process?

How scale up the assay validation of an automated system?

How to develop and manage the necessary quality procedures with an automated system?

How to develop a quality plan to maintain the automated assay?

Learning Objectives

In this webinar, you will be able to understand the steps needed to transfer, validate and maintain an automated assay in the laboratory. First, a key understanding of the various steps technicians perform on the bench is necessary, as certain methodologies are difficult to translate onto automation. Then the procedure must be made to work on the automation in a way that is reliable and repeatable. Validation studies must be performed and properly scaled to make sure than the automation works reliably, and that any issues involving the method transfer have been properly resolved. Finally, developing a quality assurance plan in concert with both the assay team and the manufacturer of the automation equipment will be discussed, as quality methods have to adapt to the new technology to maintain proper quality.

Who Will Benefit

This topic applies to personnel / companies in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. The employees who will benefit most include:

- Senior management

- Quality Assurance

- Research and Development

- Bench Scientists

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