October 21, 2003
Laboratory Informatics Weekly Update

 Volume 1, Issue 6

 

In This Issue

   Recent News

10/19/03 - Accelrys Announces the Release of CombiMat 2.0

10/19/03 - SAP Interface for Laboratory Instruments

10/19/03 - NIH AWARDS WHITE POINT SYSTEMS $2.23M CONTRACT

10/19/03 - SampleManager IDI 2003 enhances integration between LIMS and the Enterprise.

10/19/03 - IBM Relationship extends to Enterprise LIMS

  Articles

- What is a LIMS?

- Interfacing LIMS to Mine Data Systems

   Events

10/20/03 - SOFT 2003 Annual Meeting

10/25/03 - 31st Annual Crime Laboratory Directors Symposium

11/15/03 - American Public Health Association 2003 Annual Meeting

11/17/03 - Eastern Analytical Symposium 2003

   Job Postings

10/13/03 - L.i.M.S. Italy Account Manager

10/12/03 - L.i.M.S. UK Account Manager

10/3/03 - Database Engineer and Bioinformatics / Data Analysis Manager:

9/30/03 - IT Compliance Consultant

9/29/03 - Business Systems Analyst (ABI SQL*LIMS)

Recent News

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Articles

     
  • What is a LIMS?

    Many LIMS systems also have integrated billing, personnel training record tracking, instrument calibration, chemical inventory and a customer relationship management module. LIMS systems can be quite simple form a set of Excel templates and Word report templates, to a sophisticated data management solution that provides all of the above features and much more in terms of automated data import from instrument integration, automated e-mailing, faxing of reports and other tasks, Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) to scan documents directly into the database, secure web-based sample or specimen submission and reporting. (more)

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  • Interfacing LIMS to Mine Data Systems

    Most analysts understand the benefits a LIMS can bring to their operation. They can help reduce transcription errors, allow better utilization of staff by reducing the amount of time spent keying in data or calculating results, improve turnaround time, and more. We will examine some of the benefits above and more in a little more detail....

Upcoming Events

     
  • 10/20/03 - Portland, OR, USA - SOFT 2003 Annual Meeting

    The Society of Forensic Toxicologists, Inc. (SOFT) is an organization composed of practicing forensic toxicologists and those interested in the discipline for the purpose of promoting and developing forensic toxicology.

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  • 10/25/03 - St. Petersburg, FL, USA - 31st Annual Crime Laboratory Directors Symposium

    The American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors is pleased to announce its annual symposium and meeting. The planned program includes information on topical issues and training suitable for laboratory directors/administrators and policy makers. The meeting will provide updates on federal legislation and grants, recent court decisions, technical working groups and other issues that affect crime laboratories.

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  • 11/15/03 - San Francisco, CA, USA - American Public Health Association 2003 Annual Meeting

    The APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition is the premier Public Health Educational Forum! Learn from the experts in the field, hear about cutting-edge research and exceptional best practices, discover the latest public health products and services, and share your public health experience with your peers. There is no better time to sharpen your skills and replenish your passion for public health.

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  • 11/17/2003 - Somerset, NJ, USA - Eastern Analytical Symposium 2003

    The return of EAS to Somerset in 2002 was a welcomed homecoming. We will remain in Somerset for 2003, and for the future. I was very pleased with the 2002 Symposium and Exposition. The exhibitors provided an outstanding venue for evaluating new instruments and acquiring technical product information and our technical sessions, short courses and workshops truly delivered on the promise of "providing practical solutions to our analytical chemistry problems." On a personal note, I was also very pleased with the opportunity of seeing old friends, colleagues and acquaintances and value the new friendships that were initiated. It was truly a homecoming!.

 

Recent Job Postings

     
  • 10/13/03 - L.i.M.S. Italy Account Manager

    This position is based in northern Italy as part of our Italian team. The successful candidatewill be responsible for selling our laboratory information management solutions throughout Italy.

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  • 10/12/03 - L.i.M.S. UK Account Manager

    This position is based in north-west England as part of our UK team. The successful candidatewill be responsible for selling our laboratory information management solutions throughout the UK.

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  • 10/3/03 - Database Engineer and Bioinformatics / Data Analysis Manager:

    Our client requires two IT Professionals to be of assistance in molecular classification of human gliomas based on gene profiles. It is the expectation that within five years of this classification schema will generate a prognostic and predictive therapeutic utility.

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  • 9/30/03 - IT Compliance Consultant

    Candidate should have 5+ years of experience implementing Part 11 compliant systems in GCP and GLP regulated areas.

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  • 9/29/03 - Business Systems Analyst (ABI SQL*LIMS)

    ITStaffResources is seeking senior-level, self-motivated contractors that are experience in Applied BioSystems LIMS Systems, to work on independent contractor status for six-twelve months onsite in the Southern California area. Requirements for these positions are:

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