Tuesday, February 6
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
By using Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software (GBG) as the foundation of an automated workflow, you can increase your throughput, improve data quality, and extend unattended operation time. GBG’s broad instrument driver set, ease of developing custom drivers and ease of programming for non-expert users makes the software extensible to many types of assays and simplifies the integration of new instrumentation. This tutorial will feature presentations from Transon Nguyen, Notable Labs and Paul Wang, Vertex Pharmaceuticals (Europe) Ltd on how they are using GBG to power their data driven cellular screening and compound management WorkCells. In addition, Biosero will present how GBG can be used to integrate multiple WorkCells.
Senior Research Scientist
Vertex Pharmaceuticals (Europe) Ltd
Paul Wang is a Senior Research Scientist at Vertex Pharmaceuticals UK research site in Oxford where he oversees the Compound Management functions and automation platforms within the screening group. He is also an experienced assay scientist: He focuses on biochemical and cellular assay development and screening, using the latest assay technologies and high throughput automation platforms, with the aim of identifying small molecule start points for the development of treatments for diseases with unmet clinical need.
Director of Engineering
David Dambman, Director of Software Development for Biosero has devoted his time, knowledge and efforts into software and engineering development for the company over the past 5 years. As a lifelong engineer and programmer, David has implemented his vast knowledge and capabilities into the development and integration of Biosero's Green Button Go scheduling software. Under his direction, Biosero has developed an easy and intuitive software for users that has the capability of controlling simple to complex workstations using the most advanced software technology available. David's vast knowledge and programming capabilities have assisted customers in customizing the runtime environment within their lab as well as improving their throughput efficiency and accuracy.
Transon Nguyen is the lead automation engineer at Notable Labs, where he develops hardware and software systems to advance Notable's high-throughput screening capabilities. He was previously a biomedical engineer at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, developing advanced in vitro organ systems for drug discovery. Transon holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of California, Irvine.
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