Biologics Discovery

Bridging the Materials Management Gap: Leveraging Amgen’s Compound Management Infrastructure to Include Biologics

Monday, February 5
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Location: 7AB

Amgen’s Research Materials Management group was originally built to manage the research small molecule collection. The software, automation, and processes put in place allowed us to grow the collection 10-fold while simultaneously reducing staffing requirements. This presentation explores utilizing small molecule management “tricks of the trade” to enable efficient biologics sample tracking including barcoding strategies, temperature requirements, standardization of consumables and attributes within sample types. As a result of this initiative the distribution network of hundreds of freezers and materials across Amgen is now searchable globally.

Christina Glazier

Sr. Associate Scientist
Amgen Inc

Christina Glazier has worked for Amgen in Discovery Research for the last 16 years. Over that time her roles and responsibilities have evolved from performing lab duties to managing research efficiency programs for Amgen. Christina’s Project Management responsibilities began in 2004 with the implementation of the small molecule registration and lab management software. In 2012 she started the four phased program that provided a global modality independent ordering system for research and a personal inventory management systems. Christina has an MS in Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, an MBA, and a PMP certification.

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