Special Interest Group (SIG)

Automation Quality Control Special Interest Group (SIG)

Tuesday, February 6
8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Location: 14B

The Automation Quality Control SIG provides a forum for discussion of topics relating to optimizing performances of laboratory instrumentation. The objective is to encourage development of procedures that should be of interest to instrument vendors and practitioners alike. Specific topics include:

-- Developing best practices for assessing performance of liquid handlers, microplate readers and integrated systems with a view toward making it easier to compare instruments between vendors and to correlate results across platforms.
-- Promoting the sharing of experiences and ideas on data formatting during acquisition and export. Techniques and strategies that ease the task of integrating new instrumentation into automated environments are of special interest.

John T. Bradshaw

Senior Development Scientist
Artel

John Thomas Bradshaw, Ph.D.
Senior Development Scientist, Artel

John joined Artel in 2001. Currently, he works as an R&D scientist involved in new product research, development, and market transfer activities. He also engages in evaluation of new technologies as part of business partnering opportunities. Activities have included technical problem solving during research of new product ideas, development of proven ideas into marketable products, and due diligence evaluation of other-party technologies. He is also responsible for management of the Intellectual Property portfolio for Artel inventions, for establishing IP agreements with Artel relations, and for managing a core team of associate scientists in development activities, among many other responsibilities.

John obtained his B.S. in Chemistry from Utah State University, and his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Arizona.

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Andy Zaayenga

Managing Director
SmarterLab

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