Automate Your Lab with Software for Data Driven Decisions

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

11:00am- 12:00pm ET

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

Current times have brought about resource reallocation and thinning of human power across different fields of research in a lab ranging from COVID-19, cancer, infectious diseases etc. Faced with this very urgent crisis and the limited time, scientists have realized that lab automation is vital. If they have not already implemented, mobile robotics or automation are being introduced into their labs. Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software supports several drivers and integrates equipment from any manufacturer into a cohesive automation ecosystem. Add language around hardware-agnostic approach

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The benefits of laboratory automation.
  • How Green Button Go creates a unified, accessible ecosystem.
  • How Green Button Go combines ease of use and flexibility to support all levels of automation users.

Case Study: Leveraging Green Button Go Software and Biosero Lab Experiences Apps to Create a Fully Integrated Lab Operation

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Two of the biggest challenges for any lab are user access and data handling. Robotic scheduling software needs to strike a balance between capability for advanced processes with ease of use for those who need to access the technology without being an expert. 

Green Button Go has enabled our lab to deploy complex solutions with simple user access providing the solutions we need. The volume and granularity of data in labs continues to grow, requiring streamlined movement and collection that maintains clean and usable databases. Even in automated laboratories, there continues to be manual processes, such as solids weighing, that operate “off the grid,” and require manual data handling. The Lab Experience applications have enabled our lab to create complete workflows that combine automated and manual processes that are fully integrated and eliminate all user data handling. 

Optional Post-event QA with Biosero Applications Staff

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Join us after the webinar for a live chat with Biosero’s technical staff.  This is a great opportunity to ask specific questions on automating workflows, troubleshoot challenges you may be having in your lab, learn tips and tricks to gain faster and better data from your workflows.  You will also have an opportunity to network with Biosero staff and learn from fellow lab experts.

Register Now

MODERATOR

Mike Sjaastad, director of Corporate Development and Strategy

As Director of Development and Strategy at Biosero, Mike Sjaastad is responsible for developing marketing strategies, product planning and partner relations. During his three years at Biosero, Mike secures and maintains OEM relationships for Biosero’s breakthrough software, Green Button Go™. Mike is also a member of the Biosero Strategic Advisory Board. Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Mike has 20+ years commercial experience in the Life Sciences and Healthcare Industry.

SPEAKERS

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

As Field Application Lead at Biosero, Patrick helps customers translate their science into an automation solution. He provides feedback and suggestions for Green Button Go software development based on customer needs.  Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Patrick was a research associate in compound management at Merck & Co. where he managed automated compound management workflows for Screening and Protein Sciences department, automated data streams within LIMS systems and developed novel automation solutions to improve efficiency.

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Jeff Martin leads the compound management function and is responsible for developing and deploying technologies throughout the research organization at Alkermes. He has over a decade of experience applying robotics to science and a passion for solving hard scientific problems with technology and creativity. Jeff joined Vertex in 2015 where he was responsible for compound management and automation in Boston. Prior to joining Vertex, he served a number of roles at Biosero, ultimately leading custom robotics projects. Jeff earned a Bachelor of Arts from Assumption College and Master of Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, both in chemistry. 

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Donald applies a rich bioresearch, instrumentation and lab automation background towards understanding our customers needs and the design and development of our software solutions and work cells.  He has held research scientist positions at Novartis/GNF and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN), where the majority of his 20 years of pharmaceutical/research experience has utilized laboratory automation. Donald applies his wide hands-on experience to generating innovative solutions and supporting our customers. Donald holds a degree in Biology from the University of British Columbia, and in Biotechnology from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Stephen work closely with all Biosero customers to support Green Button Go software in their labs. This includes providing technical support, installation and acceptance testing and well as upgrades and repairs of integrated Green Button Go-controlled systems in laboratory and industrial accounts remotely and on-site. He is expert and troubleshooting instrumentation drivers through analysis of error presentation and root cause analysis, including communication with a variety of laboratory equipment and collaborative and mobile robotics.  He also works closely with the Biosero software team to aid in driver development and Green Button Go testing.

Automate Your Lab with Software for Data Driven Decisions

June 9, 2020

Biosero 2020 Webinar Series

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

11:00am- 12:00pm ET

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

Current times have brought about resource reallocation and thinning of human power across different fields of research in a lab ranging from COVID-19, cancer, infectious diseases etc. Faced with this very urgent crisis and the limited time, scientists have realized that lab automation is vital. If they have not already implemented, mobile robotics or automation are being introduced into their labs. Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software supports several drivers and integrates equipment from any manufacturer into a cohesive automation ecosystem. Add language around hardware-agnostic approach

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The benefits of laboratory automation.
  • How Green Button Go creates a unified, accessible ecosystem.
  • How Green Button Go combines ease of use and flexibility to support all levels of automation users.

Case Study: Leveraging Green Button Go Software and Biosero Lab Experiences Apps to Create a Fully Integrated Lab Operation

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Two of the biggest challenges for any lab are user access and data handling. Robotic scheduling software needs to strike a balance between capability for advanced processes with ease of use for those who need to access the technology without being an expert. 

Green Button Go has enabled our lab to deploy complex solutions with simple user access providing the solutions we need. The volume and granularity of data in labs continues to grow, requiring streamlined movement and collection that maintains clean and usable databases. Even in automated laboratories, there continues to be manual processes, such as solids weighing, that operate “off the grid,” and require manual data handling. The Lab Experience applications have enabled our lab to create complete workflows that combine automated and manual processes that are fully integrated and eliminate all user data handling. 

Optional Post-event QA with Biosero Applications Staff

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Join us after the webinar for a live chat with Biosero’s technical staff.  This is a great opportunity to ask specific questions on automating workflows, troubleshoot challenges you may be having in your lab, learn tips and tricks to gain faster and better data from your workflows.  You will also have an opportunity to network with Biosero staff and learn from fellow lab experts.

Register Now

MODERATOR

Mike Sjaastad, director of Corporate Development and Strategy

As Director of Development and Strategy at Biosero, Mike Sjaastad is responsible for developing marketing strategies, product planning and partner relations. During his three years at Biosero, Mike secures and maintains OEM relationships for Biosero’s breakthrough software, Green Button Go™. Mike is also a member of the Biosero Strategic Advisory Board. Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Mike has 20+ years commercial experience in the Life Sciences and Healthcare Industry.

SPEAKERS

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

As Field Application Lead at Biosero, Patrick helps customers translate their science into an automation solution. He provides feedback and suggestions for Green Button Go software development based on customer needs.  Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Patrick was a research associate in compound management at Merck & Co. where he managed automated compound management workflows for Screening and Protein Sciences department, automated data streams within LIMS systems and developed novel automation solutions to improve efficiency.

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Jeff Martin leads the compound management function and is responsible for developing and deploying technologies throughout the research organization at Alkermes. He has over a decade of experience applying robotics to science and a passion for solving hard scientific problems with technology and creativity. Jeff joined Vertex in 2015 where he was responsible for compound management and automation in Boston. Prior to joining Vertex, he served a number of roles at Biosero, ultimately leading custom robotics projects. Jeff earned a Bachelor of Arts from Assumption College and Master of Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, both in chemistry. 

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Donald applies a rich bioresearch, instrumentation and lab automation background towards understanding our customers needs and the design and development of our software solutions and work cells.  He has held research scientist positions at Novartis/GNF and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN), where the majority of his 20 years of pharmaceutical/research experience has utilized laboratory automation. Donald applies his wide hands-on experience to generating innovative solutions and supporting our customers. Donald holds a degree in Biology from the University of British Columbia, and in Biotechnology from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Stephen work closely with all Biosero customers to support Green Button Go software in their labs. This includes providing technical support, installation and acceptance testing and well as upgrades and repairs of integrated Green Button Go-controlled systems in laboratory and industrial accounts remotely and on-site. He is expert and troubleshooting instrumentation drivers through analysis of error presentation and root cause analysis, including communication with a variety of laboratory equipment and collaborative and mobile robotics.  He also works closely with the Biosero software team to aid in driver development and Green Button Go testing.

Register Now

Automate Your Lab with Software for Data Driven Decisions

Register Now
Biosero 2020 Webinar Series

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

11:00am- 12:00pm ET

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

Current times have brought about resource reallocation and thinning of human power across different fields of research in a lab ranging from COVID-19, cancer, infectious diseases etc. Faced with this very urgent crisis and the limited time, scientists have realized that lab automation is vital. If they have not already implemented, mobile robotics or automation are being introduced into their labs. Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software supports several drivers and integrates equipment from any manufacturer into a cohesive automation ecosystem. Add language around hardware-agnostic approach

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The benefits of laboratory automation.
  • How Green Button Go creates a unified, accessible ecosystem.
  • How Green Button Go combines ease of use and flexibility to support all levels of automation users.

Case Study: Leveraging Green Button Go Software and Biosero Lab Experiences Apps to Create a Fully Integrated Lab Operation

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Two of the biggest challenges for any lab are user access and data handling. Robotic scheduling software needs to strike a balance between capability for advanced processes with ease of use for those who need to access the technology without being an expert. 

Green Button Go has enabled our lab to deploy complex solutions with simple user access providing the solutions we need. The volume and granularity of data in labs continues to grow, requiring streamlined movement and collection that maintains clean and usable databases. Even in automated laboratories, there continues to be manual processes, such as solids weighing, that operate “off the grid,” and require manual data handling. The Lab Experience applications have enabled our lab to create complete workflows that combine automated and manual processes that are fully integrated and eliminate all user data handling. 

Optional Post-event QA with Biosero Applications Staff

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Join us after the webinar for a live chat with Biosero’s technical staff.  This is a great opportunity to ask specific questions on automating workflows, troubleshoot challenges you may be having in your lab, learn tips and tricks to gain faster and better data from your workflows.  You will also have an opportunity to network with Biosero staff and learn from fellow lab experts.

Register Now

MODERATOR

Mike Sjaastad, director of Corporate Development and Strategy

As Director of Development and Strategy at Biosero, Mike Sjaastad is responsible for developing marketing strategies, product planning and partner relations. During his three years at Biosero, Mike secures and maintains OEM relationships for Biosero’s breakthrough software, Green Button Go™. Mike is also a member of the Biosero Strategic Advisory Board. Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Mike has 20+ years commercial experience in the Life Sciences and Healthcare Industry.

SPEAKERS

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

As Field Application Lead at Biosero, Patrick helps customers translate their science into an automation solution. He provides feedback and suggestions for Green Button Go software development based on customer needs.  Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Patrick was a research associate in compound management at Merck & Co. where he managed automated compound management workflows for Screening and Protein Sciences department, automated data streams within LIMS systems and developed novel automation solutions to improve efficiency.

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Jeff Martin leads the compound management function and is responsible for developing and deploying technologies throughout the research organization at Alkermes. He has over a decade of experience applying robotics to science and a passion for solving hard scientific problems with technology and creativity. Jeff joined Vertex in 2015 where he was responsible for compound management and automation in Boston. Prior to joining Vertex, he served a number of roles at Biosero, ultimately leading custom robotics projects. Jeff earned a Bachelor of Arts from Assumption College and Master of Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, both in chemistry. 

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Donald applies a rich bioresearch, instrumentation and lab automation background towards understanding our customers needs and the design and development of our software solutions and work cells.  He has held research scientist positions at Novartis/GNF and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN), where the majority of his 20 years of pharmaceutical/research experience has utilized laboratory automation. Donald applies his wide hands-on experience to generating innovative solutions and supporting our customers. Donald holds a degree in Biology from the University of British Columbia, and in Biotechnology from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Stephen work closely with all Biosero customers to support Green Button Go software in their labs. This includes providing technical support, installation and acceptance testing and well as upgrades and repairs of integrated Green Button Go-controlled systems in laboratory and industrial accounts remotely and on-site. He is expert and troubleshooting instrumentation drivers through analysis of error presentation and root cause analysis, including communication with a variety of laboratory equipment and collaborative and mobile robotics.  He also works closely with the Biosero software team to aid in driver development and Green Button Go testing.

Register Now

Automate Your Lab with Software for Data Driven Decisions

Register Now
Biosero 2020 Webinar Series

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

11:00am- 12:00pm ET

Automating Your Lab Using Green Button Go

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

Current times have brought about resource reallocation and thinning of human power across different fields of research in a lab ranging from COVID-19, cancer, infectious diseases etc. Faced with this very urgent crisis and the limited time, scientists have realized that lab automation is vital. If they have not already implemented, mobile robotics or automation are being introduced into their labs. Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software supports several drivers and integrates equipment from any manufacturer into a cohesive automation ecosystem. Add language around hardware-agnostic approach

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The benefits of laboratory automation.
  • How Green Button Go creates a unified, accessible ecosystem.
  • How Green Button Go combines ease of use and flexibility to support all levels of automation users.

Case Study: Leveraging Green Button Go Software and Biosero Lab Experiences Apps to Create a Fully Integrated Lab Operation

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Two of the biggest challenges for any lab are user access and data handling. Robotic scheduling software needs to strike a balance between capability for advanced processes with ease of use for those who need to access the technology without being an expert. 

Green Button Go has enabled our lab to deploy complex solutions with simple user access providing the solutions we need. The volume and granularity of data in labs continues to grow, requiring streamlined movement and collection that maintains clean and usable databases. Even in automated laboratories, there continues to be manual processes, such as solids weighing, that operate “off the grid,” and require manual data handling. The Lab Experience applications have enabled our lab to create complete workflows that combine automated and manual processes that are fully integrated and eliminate all user data handling. 

Optional Post-event QA with Biosero Applications Staff

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Join us after the webinar for a live chat with Biosero’s technical staff.  This is a great opportunity to ask specific questions on automating workflows, troubleshoot challenges you may be having in your lab, learn tips and tricks to gain faster and better data from your workflows.  You will also have an opportunity to network with Biosero staff and learn from fellow lab experts.

Register Now

MODERATOR

Mike Sjaastad, director of Corporate Development and Strategy

As Director of Development and Strategy at Biosero, Mike Sjaastad is responsible for developing marketing strategies, product planning and partner relations. During his three years at Biosero, Mike secures and maintains OEM relationships for Biosero’s breakthrough software, Green Button Go™. Mike is also a member of the Biosero Strategic Advisory Board. Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Mike has 20+ years commercial experience in the Life Sciences and Healthcare Industry.

SPEAKERS

Patrick Cocchiarella, Field Applications Lead, Biosero

As Field Application Lead at Biosero, Patrick helps customers translate their science into an automation solution. He provides feedback and suggestions for Green Button Go software development based on customer needs.  Prior to his tenure at Biosero, Patrick was a research associate in compound management at Merck & Co. where he managed automated compound management workflows for Screening and Protein Sciences department, automated data streams within LIMS systems and developed novel automation solutions to improve efficiency.

Jeffrey Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes

Jeff Martin leads the compound management function and is responsible for developing and deploying technologies throughout the research organization at Alkermes. He has over a decade of experience applying robotics to science and a passion for solving hard scientific problems with technology and creativity. Jeff joined Vertex in 2015 where he was responsible for compound management and automation in Boston. Prior to joining Vertex, he served a number of roles at Biosero, ultimately leading custom robotics projects. Jeff earned a Bachelor of Arts from Assumption College and Master of Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, both in chemistry. 

Donald Chow, Applications Expert, Biosero

Donald applies a rich bioresearch, instrumentation and lab automation background towards understanding our customers needs and the design and development of our software solutions and work cells.  He has held research scientist positions at Novartis/GNF and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN), where the majority of his 20 years of pharmaceutical/research experience has utilized laboratory automation. Donald applies his wide hands-on experience to generating innovative solutions and supporting our customers. Donald holds a degree in Biology from the University of British Columbia, and in Biotechnology from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

Stephen Dambman, Software Support Engineer, Biosero

Stephen work closely with all Biosero customers to support Green Button Go software in their labs. This includes providing technical support, installation and acceptance testing and well as upgrades and repairs of integrated Green Button Go-controlled systems in laboratory and industrial accounts remotely and on-site. He is expert and troubleshooting instrumentation drivers through analysis of error presentation and root cause analysis, including communication with a variety of laboratory equipment and collaborative and mobile robotics.  He also works closely with the Biosero software team to aid in driver development and Green Button Go testing.

Register Now
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