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BioStorage Technologies to Host Global Sample Management Workshop at Partnerships in Clinical Trials
Date:2/6/2012

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- BioStorage Technologies, a global provider of comprehensive sample management solutions, biomaterial storage and cold chain logistics for the bioscience industry, will host its Global Sample Management Benchmarking Workshop at Partnerships in Clinical Trials on Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at the Marriott World Center in Orlando, Florida. 

The 2-hour workshop will focus on new sample management models and include presentations from industry experts and thought leaders who will provide in-depth perspectives on new trends and strategies in sample management outsourcing. The workshop will provide attendees with information on the latest trends, challenges and opportunities in managing research samples on a global scale. Specific topics that will be discussed:

  • How to assess internal and external resources and build a comprehensive approach to managing the lifecycle of sample assets and mitigate risk
  • Which sample management model may be best to enhance research efficiencies and speed drugs to market faster
  • Strategies for reducing the cost of sample management while maintaining quality
  • Examples of how to leverage process and technology to virtually manage scientific sample assets and associated data

"With the advent of molecular and analytical technologies that allow scientists and researchers to exploit tissue, blood and serum samples for data that wasn't imaginable even a decade ago, research samples have become invaluable scientific assets that are the foundation for novel drug discovery and development, and therefore it is of the utmost importance that these materials be handled with extreme care and attention to detail," said Lori Ball, Chief Operating Officer, BioStorage Technologies. "Furthermore, as personalized medicine continues to grow in importance, the value of comprehensively managing research samples has become para
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