Informatics courses at Pittcon 2015

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  • Published: Jan 6, 2015
  • Author: Jon Evans
  • Channels: Sample Preparation / Detectors / HPLC / Proteomics & Genomics / Gas Chromatography / Electrophoresis / Laboratory Informatics / Ion Chromatography

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CSols, a US laboratory informatics consultancy, is holding nine short courses at Pittcon 2015, which is taking place in New Orleans, US, on 8–12 March 2015. The courses will cover some of the complex challenges faced by today's laboratories, providing training and tools that laboratory and IT personnel can use to overcome these challenges.

The titles of the nine short courses are detailed below.

  • LIMS and ELN: How to select, plan, and implement the right software solutions for your lab.
  • Computer systems validation (CSV) script writing workshop.
  • Using social media to meet your business goals.
  • Laboratory workflow reengineering for a LIMS or ELN implementation.
  • Justifying your LIMS or ELN: The two “Q”s.
  • Staying ahead of the curve: How corporate social responsibility can help your lab and your bottom line.
  • Delivering a successful laboratory informatics project.
  • Laboratory renovation for safety, efficiency, and user experience improvement.
  • Automating the lab: LEAN lab operations and integrated lab informatics systems.

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