KGI Faculty to Address Webcast on Lab Automation and Instrumentation Development
Three members of the KGI faculty will present IVD Technology's upcoming educational lecture series webcast on "Challenges in Clinical Lab Automation and IVD Instrumentation Development."
The webcast will take place on May 26, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. PST.
This one-hour educational lecture will be given by Craig Adams, PhD, research associate professor and director of the Team Masters Project, Angelika Niemz, PhD, Arnold and Mabel Beckman Professor and director of research, and Jim Osborne, PhD, Robert E. Finnigan Professor and director of the Center for Biomarker Research.
Focusing on the challenges in developing clinical lab automation and IVD instruments, the lecture will discuss issues that IVD manufacturers encounter throughout the development process. Live Q&A will follow the presentation and will be moderated by Richard Park, editor-in-chief of IVD Technology.
This webcast will examine current trends and future developments in automated clinical lab instruments. A number of trends in the laboratory medicine industry directly affect the continuing automation of the clinical lab. This free webcast will provide an overview of such market trends affecting the commercialization of IVD instrumentation technologies and examine how clinical lab automation technologies are evolving to meet current and emerging market requirements.For more information or to register, click here.