This document is based on a presentation delivered by chemist and automation consultant Joe Liscouski at the 2nd Annual Lab Asset & Facility Management in Pharma 2019 conference held in San Diego, CA, on October 22nd, 2019. It is not a verbatim transcript, but an expansion of the material presented. The presentation addressed the importance of effective technology management and planning within scientific work. With improved technology management and planning, “[t]hat work should yield better organized systems, reduced costs, better workflows, and improved ROI. How do you go about it? That is what we’ll start to address in this material.”
This is a collection of free online introductory laboratory informatics courses developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL). The first two courses follow the journey of a specimen through the laboratory and explores the generation and transmission of data and results within and outside of the laboratory. A third course on laboratory informatics systems is in development. Participants can earn Professional Acknowledgment for Continuing Education® (P.A.C.E.®) credits upon completion.
This recorded Lab Informatics Tutorial series is designed as a management level view of laboratory systems and is appropriate for anyone planning, reviewing, or approving the acquisition of laboratory informatics. A background in science is not necessary to follow the presented material. Its purpose is to provide you with an understanding of how these technologies (Laboratory Information Management Systems, Electronic Laboratory Notebooks, Scientific Data Management Systems, Laboratory Execution Systems, Instrument Data Systems, and supporting technologies ) can be used to support/improve your labs operations, and the considerations that need to be taken into account before they are purchased.
Laboratories play an increasingly important role in providing timely and efficient care to patients. Patients and physicians rely heavily on results produced by diagnostic and images labs to proceed with the treatment process.
Laboratory information management system (lims) for newborn screening.
Contract term will begin on the date of contract execution to 5 five years, with the
option to extend up to 24 months.
Commercial of the Shelf (COTS) product to manage a DNA sequencing core lab.
Agency: Department of Health and Human Services; Office: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
I am seeking a LIMS company that has a product that is inexpensive (<$50,000), and simple. Please contact me with information. Thank you.
The Oregon Dept. of Agriculture is requesting information for a LIMS for the Food Safety, Animal Health, and Plant Health laboratories in Portland and Salem.
The Australian Red Cross Blood Service invites LIMS and/or Systems Integrators to a call for tender which closes 2pm (GMT+10) 10th June 2011.
The City of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada is inviting proposals from qualified consultants to complete a Needs Assessment for a Laboratory Information Management System.
The University of Massachusetts Medical School (the “University”) is seeking information from entities who currently provide Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). This LIMS is for the Conquering Diseases Biorepository Core
SAIC-Frederick, Inc. (SAIC-F) has a requirement to assess existing laboratory operational processes and related IT infrastructure within the Advanced Technology Program (ATP) as well as implement a plan to address deficiencies and additional technology requirements and/or enhancements in an effort to improve overall operations.
City of Saint Paul, Minnesota – Saint Paul Regional Water Services
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is soliciting proposals from potential bidders under commodity 920-45, to provide Software Support for LABWORKS LIMS System for Texas Department of State Health Services in Austin, Texas
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is posting a call for laboratory information management system (LIMS) software. Vendors are invited to submit a sample of their software for evaluation at no cost to the Government on or before Friday 9 May 2008.
LIMS – Solicitation Number: DEA-08-R-0026 – Agency: Department of Justice – Office: Drug Enforcement Administ
Solicitation Number: DEA-08-R-0026
Agency: Department of Justice
Office: Drug Enforcement Administration
Location: Office of Acquisition Management
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) intends to negotiate and award a proof-of-concept demonstration of a laboratory information management system software package.
Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District will receive Proposals in the Purchasing Division to contract with the District for: LIMS System, Licensing, Maintenance and Implementation Services.
City of Columbus, Ohio Department of Public Utilities
The Board of Police Commissioners (BOPC), Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, extends an invitation to submit a Request for Proposal on a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department Crime Laboratory subject to the conditions and specifications set forth. The Kansas City Police Crime Laboratory provides forensic evidence collection and analysis services for the Kansas City, MO., Police Department and a range of local, state, and national agencies on a regional basis.