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Creating The New Gold Standard in Assay Data Management & Analysis

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Collaboration between assay development, HTS and secondary screening scientists depends on different teams being able to seamlessly transfer experimental details among one another

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Webinar Summary

Collaboration between assay development, HTS and secondary screening scientists depends on different teams being able to seamlessly transfer experimental details among one another. Additionally, all these functions could be far more effective if they could avail themselves of effective data management and better data science.

In this webinar, PerkinElmer’s Dr. Christof Gänzler will discuss how advances in data processing are creating platforms that are versatile enough to meet the needs of assay development groups and scalable enough to meet the needs of core screening labs.

Christof will explain how new assay data processing platforms will allow users to benefit from the kind of analytics previously only possible with the intervention of IT and data scientists.

Interested in moving from inflexible assays to the effective, ad hoc yet well-defined workflows that scientific experiments demand? This webinar is not to be missed!

Enable your teams to collaborate on a modern, scalable platform to address the scientific and workflow needs of today but also to drive unprecedented future updates to in vitro, and in vivo assays.

This webinar will address:

  • How to use assay data processing platforms, such as PerkinElmer Signals Screening, to boost seamless communication between assay development, HTS and hit validation steps
  • How you can analyze assay results quickly, efficiently and more thoroughly than ever before
  • How to extend core screening platform to new screening techniques such as SPR, HCS and more

Speaker Information:

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Dr. Christof Gänzler
Director, Screening Products
PerkinElmer, Inc.