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  • Book before 2/5/10 and proudly presents pay only $1,199! for main conference See page 2 6th Forum on Laboratory Hear Best Informatics Practices from these Informatics Leaders: Overcoming Emerging Challenges with Effective Informatics John T. Mather Memorial and ELN Strategies Hospital March 29 – 31, 2010 • Hyatt at the Bellevue, Philadelphia, PA Abbott Laboratories Pfizer Biotherapeutics & Bioinnovations Centre (BBC) Merck & Co. Inc. Eli Lilly and Co. AIT Laboratories The Newly Developed 6th Forum on Laboratory Clayton State University Informatics Featuring: Atrium Research & ✔ Three informative workshops focusing on ELN strategies, LIMS performance and Consulting LLC regulatory requirements ensuring maximized take-aways ✔ A well-rounded keynote case study demonstrating how to improve the SAFE-BioPharma throughput of bio-analysis lab from both system and scientific perspectives Association ✔ Optimal strategies on ELN implementation from Eli Lilly and Co. Johnson & Johnson ✔ Examining the ELN performance challenges during scale up from Merck & Co. Inc. Allergan, Inc. ✔ Pioneering case studies on cloud computing and virtualization to achieve more Elan Pharmaceuticals, Inc. with less ✔ Developing and optimizing data management processes to assist business NASA Jet Propulsion decision-making Laboratory ✔ Discussing challenges of Electronic Records Management in LIMS/LIS and ELN Sandia National integration Laboratories ✔ Ensuring quality and patient safety with advanced and integrated lab information and automation technologies Evotec (UK) Ltd Sponsors: Register Online at www.labinformaticsforum.com or Call 1-800-882-8684
  • Who Will You Meet? CIOs, Vice Presidents, Directors, Managers, Heads and Analysts of: • Informatics 6th Forum on • Pre-Clinical Development Laboratory • R&D Informatics • IT/Information Technology • IS/Information Services Dear Colleague, • Laboratory Operations Laboratory professionals are constantly challenged by the ever-increasing volumes of data, arising • Knowledge Management legal and regulatory scrutiny and system integrations. The surging demand of biology based research is requiring more sophisticated informatics systems with more capacity and better • Bioinformatics performance. On top of that, they are faced with the new challenges of electronic record • Quality Assurance/Quality Control requirements due to recent regulations. • Software Development The newly researched and developed 6th Laboratory Informatics conference will bring industry • Medicinal Chemistry experts from leading pharmaceutical, biotech, hospitals and research institutions to share their experiences on overcoming these challenges. Key case studies will include: • Systems Analytics • Abbott Laboratories sharing how to improve the bio-analysis laboratory throughputs • Discovery • Merck & Co. Inc. overcoming key challenges during the ELN scale up • Eli Lilly developing an optimal ELN strategy from a scientific perspective • Research • Cloud computing initiatives from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson • Computational Systems • Electronic Records Management in LIMS/LIS and ELN integration from Indiana University • Information Security We would like to remind you the 6th Forum on Laboratory Informatics conference will be the only • Laboratory Information Systems Pharma IQ gathering of 2010 in the laboratory informatics area; combining the West Coast • Data Analysis conference into a larger East Coast gathering. • Data Management Book your seat now and join your peers in Philadelphia! Sincerely, From Pharmaceutical, biotech, life science and academia laboratories scounts are P.S. Significant di 00-882-8684 or available. Call 1-8 sforum.com Cathy Gu atic Conference Director visit www.labinform Sponsorship and n! Pharma IQ, a division of IQPC cathy.gu@iqpc.com for more informatio Exhibition Opportunities Sponsorships and exhibits are excellent opportunities for your Pricing company to showcase its products Pricing Register By 2/5/10 Register By 3/5/10 Standard Price and services to high-level, targeted Conference Only $1,199 $1,599 $1,799 decision makers attending the 6th Forum on Laboratory Informatics. All Access $2,199 (save $1,247) $2,599 (save $847) $2,799 (save $647) IQPC helps companies like yours Workshops Only $549 $549 $549 achieve important sales, marketing Please note multiple discounts cannot be combined. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: and branding objectives by setting JPMorgan Chase - Penton Learning Systems LLC dba aside a limited number of event A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not IQPC: 957-097239 accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. ABA/Routing #: 021000021 sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event of which are tailored to assist your number: 10367.005 * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add organization in creating a platform to 6% sales tax. Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches and refreshment. Your registration will not be confirmed maximize its exposure at the event. Team Discounts: For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684. Only one discount may be applied per registrant. For IQPC’s Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy, For more information on please visit www.iqpc.com/cancellation Venue Information: sponsoring or exhibiting at this Hyatt at the Bellevue Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact 200 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. or other upcoming events, please Room rate $159 ©2010 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and contact Mario Matulich at Special Discounts Available: A limited number of discounts are available arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IQPC. (212) 885-2719 or for the non-profit sector, government organizations and academia. For Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and more information, please contact customer service at 1-800-882-8684. common law principles. sponsorship@iqpc.com 2 Register Online at www.labinformaticsforum.com or Call 1-800-882-8684
  • Main Conference Day One Tuesday, March 30, 2010 7:30 Registration and Coffee of the ELN in the new business environment. • An overview of the ELN deployment within Merck & Co. Inc. • Examining the major challenges throughout the ELN scaling up 8:15 Opening Remarks from the Chairperson • Achieving better performance and organic growth with maximized 8:30 Taking the Next Step: Bio-analysis Lab Automation Beyond capacity LIMS • Exploring the development of ELN functions to satisfy business needs • Discussing what's necessary to create a true Electronic Laboratory In a constant drive to reduce cycle times and increase throughputs per scientist, Abbott Laboratories recently upgraded the informatics capabilities of Environment their bio-analysis laboratories. A significantly more streamlined workflow has Allan Ferguson, Senior Director, MRL IT, Merck & Co. Inc. been implemented taking advantage of the new tools - automated reporting, electronic lab notebooks as well as a traditional LIMS. In this presentation, key 12:45 Networking Luncheon members of the business implementation team will demonstrate the new capabilities and workflows including: 1:45 Case Study: Implementing ELN across Biology and • Developing and managing the project objectives to align with the business Chemistry strategies • Understanding the similarities and challenges of ELN implementation at • Integrating and streamlining the system functions between ELN and LIMS Chemistry and Biology Laboratories • Learning the other tools that are instrumental for process improvement • Leveraging existing IT infrastructure including chem & bio databases • Studying user perspectives for a streamlined process and system already in place • Managing change effectively to speed up the project • Overcoming the integration challenges to maximize the ELN value • Increasing the laboratory throughputs with improved workflow and reduced Dr. Ian Berry, Principal Scientist Applications Developer & eScience cycle times Manager, Evotec (UK) Ltd Matthew Rieser, Associate Director, Abbott Laboratories 2:30 Exploring and Adopting an SDMS as an ELN Generic David Wilson, Manager, Abbott Laboratories Substitute Grace Kim, Scientist, Abbott Laboratories Through the years, ELNs has evolved from those focused on a particular application area, to the general purpose systems. A new generation of Yan Song, PhD, PMP, Program Manger, Abbott Laboratories ELNs has expanded its core capabilities beyond the “paper notebook substitute” to include many features of LIMS, EDMS, and SDMS without 9:45 Examining the Permanent (R)evolution of ELNs and Their losing focus on laboratory productivity and efficiency. In this session, Impact on Research and Development Joseph will be sharing their case with us on: New technologies, targets and processes in the pharmaceutical industry are • Examining the business requirements and leveraging different modules constantly evolving; as a result, ELNs are required to keep up with these and plug-ins within the systems changes. The demands on ELNs are diverse, and to keep ahead of constant • Ensuring process and workflow automation to enhance productivity and advancements in the market, for example in biologics, ELNs have had to efficiency evolve. The talk will be based around observations and delivered through case • Solving the challenges of instrument integration, data acquisition and studies, where possible, to give real world examples and information on the interpretation, document routing, review and approval benefits of ELNs. Particular topics covered will be: • Considering the collaboration and intellectual property protection within • ELNs up to now – Intellectual Property (IP) capture • Where they are moving to and how to leverage more from them – Data a secure, 21 CFR Part 11 compliant, and archival system Joseph Kofman, PhD, R&D Information Systems Director, Allergan, Inc. centric view of the world not document centric • How one technology can deliver multidiscipline solutions: • Preclinical Development (DMPK, Bioanalytical, Formulations, Analytical, 3:15 Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Break Safety) • Biologics Development (Cell Line Development, Process Optimization, 3:45 Analytical Electronic Laboratory Notebooks in Free-flow Manufacturing) and Process Driven Documentation Workflows • Translational Research (Biomarker Discovery) Mention electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) five years ago and most • Lead Discovery and Optimization (Medicinal and Synthetic Chemistry, scientists would associate the term with intellectual property (IP) protection and discovery research. Today, the ELN concept is much broader, covering Screening, Lead Optimization) • New uses of ELNs – decision capture areas such as discovery, product development and quality control. This • Knowledge sharing – examples of new ways to help presentation will discuss applications for an analytical ELN in both free-flow research/development and process driven documentation workflows integrate ELN data into the organization where regulatory compliance issues are more prevalent. Dr. Paul Denny-Gouldson, Product Manager, IDBS Chris Stumpf, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Informatics, Waters Corporation 10:30 Morning Refreshment & Networking Break 11:15 Case Study: Developing Optimal Strategies for ELN 4:30 Panel Discussion: Understanding the Pros and Cons of Implementation Cloud Computing to Realize Maximized Value • Understanding the business drivers to adopt cloud computing Eli Lilly and Company has a fully developed electronic lab notebook for 6 years • Leveraging cloud computing tools in the R&D divisions to weather and is currently deployed to over 1000 scientists. This session will focus on economic downturn lessons learned over the past 6 years at the organization. Key points will be • Learning the benefits of cloud computing shared including: • Deciding how could cloud computing may help to reduce informatics • Development of ELN workflow • Benefits of a fully electronic deployment cost • Improving computing and storage capabilities • Importance of maintaining productivity during the transition from paper to • Examining the challenges arising from cloud computing implementation electronic • Creating a detailed ELN implementation play in the R&D divisions • Ensuring compliance of key regulatory requirements • Lessons learned from Eli Lilly ELN implementation • Learning key toolkits to prepare for deployment Michael Kopach, Principal Research Scientist, Eli Lilly and Co. Panelists Include: 12:00 Case Study: So you have an ELN Deployed – What’s Next? Rick Frankckowiak, Information Technology Director, Johnson & As one of the pioneers to introduce ELN, Merck & Co. Inc. currently has the Johnson broadest and largest ELN system throughout R&D (early drug discovery, pre- Giles Day, Senior Director of Informatics, Pfizer Biotherapeutics & clinical and clinical) and manufacturing. New challenges of integration, Bioinnovations Center (BBC) capacity and performance etc. have arisen during the system scale up. In this session, Allan will cover these challenges and also explore the future directions 5:15 End of Day One 3 Register Online at www.labinformaticsforum.com or Call 1-800-882-8684
  • Main Conference Day Two Wednesday, March 31, 2010 7:30 Registration and Coffee •Leverage a vast library of purpose built application modules that can specialize the solution to satisfy different user constituencies 8:15 Opening Remarks from the Chairperson Keith Wipprecht, Director of Pharmaceutical Business Dev., LabWare Inc. 8:30 Developing and Optimizing Data Management Processes to Assist Business Decision-making 12:15 Ensuring Quality and Patient Safety with Advanced and • Developing an effective process to solve data retention and archiving Integrated Laboratory Information Systems and challenges Automation Technologies • Selecting and utilizing effective tools for data management In this session, Dr. Geiger will demonstrate the synergies among laboratory • Tackling key challenges of interfacing among different software and information systems, automation and quality and how to leverage these instruments technologies to ensure and improve the delivery of patient healthcare in the • Identifying and utilizing software tools to allow data transfer between clinical setting. The discussion will focus on: • Analyzing the technologies from the hospital perspective to understand key different systems Michael Elliott, CEO, Atrium Research & Consulting LLC quality opportunities • Leveraging information systems with automation technologies to improve 9:15 Case Study: Experiences with Electronic Laboratory quality for patient outcomes • Meeting accreditation (National Patient Safety Goals) and regulatory Notebook Implementation- in a Materials R&D Environment at Sandia National Laboratories compliance standards • Changing paradigms from paper laboratory notebooks to electronic creates Dr. Denise Uettwiller-Geiger, Director of Laboratories, Director of Clinical challenges Research, and a Clinical Chemist in the Clinical Laboratories, John T. Mather • Meeting regulatory requirements in an R&D environment drives thorough Memorial Hospital documentation • Creating complete experimental records is easier using electronic laboratory 1:00 Networking Luncheon notebooks • Supporting investigations through re-creating experimental conditions is 2:00 Global QC Implementation of a Lab Execution System greatly facilitated using an ELN Eli Lilly and Company is in the process of deploying a Global Quality System. Steve Thornberg, Ph.D., Research Chemist, Sandia National Laboratories A component of this system is a laboratory execution system and electronic laboratory notebook solution. This session will focus on the deployment of 10:00 An Architecture-based Framework for Biomarker Discovery the LES, lessons learned and strategies for effectively deploying worldwide, and Management in the Early Detection Research Network and the realization of compliance and productivity gains. Key points will be The NIH/NCI’s Early Detection Research Network is a virtual federation of over shared including: • QC Lab Execution Automation as a Component of a Global Quality System 40 institutions all with the common goal of identifying promising cancer • Deployment Progression: from Pilot to Autopilot biomarkers as indicators of early disease. With such a diverse, heterogeneous • A Glimpse at Some of the Compliance and Productivity Gains conglomerate of science across organ-based collaborative groups (lung, breast, GI and prostate), unifying the informatics architecture and systems to enable Lukas Gogis, Manager, Global LIMS, Manufacturing Information and data to be discovered and accessed is a challenging task. Since 2001, NASA’s Control Systems, Eli Lilly and Co, Inc. Jet Propulsion Laboratory has been involved in addressing this challenge, culminating in 2003 with JPL’s ascension to the lead EDRN Informatics Center. 2:45 Case Study: Taking a Semantic Approach for Data This session will address how EDRN Informatics Center builds out a widely Integration in Neuroscience successful program and: • Creating a data catalog using Semantic Media Wiki • provide the unifying grid-based architecture for informatics systems at each • Providing a flexible framework for data integration • Simplified incorporation of data from collaborators EDRN participating institution • develope informatics systems and tools to share and discovery specimens, • Provision of a rich interface for data analysis and visualization biomarkers, raw science data results and study management information Susie Stephens, Director, Biomedical Informatics, Pharmaceutical Research & • Help NCI to track research progress and ultimately science results Development, Johnson & Johnson Chris Mattmann, Ph.D., Senior Computer Scientist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 3:30 Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Break 10:45 Morning Refreshment & Networking Break 4:00 Facilitating ELN with the SAFE-BioPharma Digital Standard • The evolution of a multi-purpose industry standard 11:30 Benefits of a Truly Integrated Laboratory Informatics • Introducing ELNs to the lab • The value of signing ELNs with digital signatures Platform across the Enterprise Integrating LIMS and ELN solutions from different vendors has always posed Mollie Shields-Uehling, President and CEO, SAFE-BioPharma some practical limitations, added project costs, and technical challenges. Lack Association of strong integration between the two platforms has lead to silos of Kay Bross, Director of Member and Vendor Programs, SAFE-BioPharma departmental data that’s hampered scientific collaboration and prevented Association information transparency and reuse. This talk will explore how a new 4th generation ELN has been seamlessly integrated into the world’s most popular 4:45 Implementing a Compliant Laboratory Informatics enterprise LIMS platform offering a high level of functional flexibility, Strategy in an Analytical Testing and Research Laboratory experiment and solution configurability, and of course the ability to integrate • Guiding and partnering with businesses through effective compliance with numerous instruments and disparate information sources throughout the strategies • Creating the compliance model to achieve more with less enterprise. • Explore the possibilities and benefits of what a truly integrated LIMS and ELN • Engaging business to achieve continuous improvement • Understanding system validation requirements and processes platform can do • Learn about “Configurable Compliance” and how it can be applied in GxP John Botta, Director of Corporate Compliance, AIT Laboratories environments • Harness the power of compliant spreadsheets and workbooks to provide 5:30 Close of Conference experiment flexibility, configurability, and ease of use Media Partners Driving the Industry Forward www.FuturePharmaUS.com 4 Register Online at www.labinformaticsforum.com or Call 1-800-882-8684
  • Pre-Conference Workshops Monday, March 29, 2010 9:00 am – 1:00pm Registration 8:45am (lunch will be served) A Strategizing and Managing ELN Implementations Realizing the business benefits of your ELN investments requires much more than a • Developing a plan of actions to improve the effectiveness of your own ELN solid product. Your organization and people must be well prepared for the implementation changes, often quite disruptive from the perspectives of a conventional lab - Identifying key challenges scientist or manager, that come with the new technology. Industry experience and - Analyzing root causes statistics show that the non-technical aspects of an ELN implementation contribute - Mapping out and implementing strategies more towards its success or failure than the technology does itself. Join this fun and interactive master class to be equipped with the practical concepts and tools How will you benefit: for maximizing the success and enjoyment of your ELN implementation! • Understand the complexities of ELN projects and learn about the strategies to overcome them What will be covered: • Participate in the hands-on exercises to internalize learning for immediate • Learning about a systemic approach to managing complex implementations impacts back home - Explaining and demonstrating concepts and relevant tools • Experience a fun and pragmatic approach to tough problem solving - Sharing ELN implementation case studies - Getting your hands dirty by participating in interactive exercises Your Workshop Leader: Yan Song, PhD, PMP, Program Manger of Multiple ELN Implementations at the Global Pharmaceutical R&D Division, Abbott Laboratories 1:30pm – 4:30pm Registration 1:15pm (refreshment will be served) B Maximizing the Business Value of the LIMS System LIMS and Laboratory IT professionals are constantly facing the challenges from • Analyzing the common pitfalls and risks associated to the project complex processes, regulatory compliance and system integrations. Realizing and • Managing the cost effectively maximizing the dollar amount spent on the LIMS projects are more than ever • Creating a collaborative information sharing system with an integrated LIMS important after the economy crisis. In this session, key strategies and techniques will be discussed to achieve the best ROI for your LIMS system. How will you benefit: • Learning the business benefits a LIMS project What will be covered: • Understanding the risks to ensure a successful project • What should you know before implementing the LIMS project • Justifying the LIMS investment with maximized costing saving and ROI • Understanding the key strategies to ensure a successful LIMS implementation Your Workshop Leader: Bryan J. Holmes, Consultant, J&R Consulting, Inc. Mid-Conference Workshop Tuesday, March 30, 2010 5:30pm – 8:30pm Registration 5:15pm (dinner will be served) C Applying 21 CFR Part 11 to the Laboratory Environment to Ensure Quality and Compliance The requirements of 21 CFR Part 11 apply well beyond the laboratory environment, but do • Examining the techniques and processes of system validation and inspection stand as supplemental to and interpretative of the GLP in automated laboratory • Sharing common pitfalls environments. Compliance requires an understanding of the key elements of the Part 11 document, and the formulation of a strategy that assures safety, regulatory acceptance and How will you benefit: cost-effective management. • Understanding key regulatory requirements in a laboratory environment • Clarifying the ambiguous part of the 21 CFR Part 11 applications What will be covered: • Highlighting regulatory developments on the electronic records management • Emphasizing the FDA/GLP regulations and what they mean in a laboratory environment • Learning the details of the FDA's GLP inspection program • Developing key processes in the laboratory to meet regulatory requirements • Ensuring a cost-effective compliance strategy Your Workshop Leader: • Analyzing and mitigating risks associated with the process Sandy Weinberg, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Health Care Management, Clayton State University About our Sponsors Agilent Technologies, a leading supplier of life science and chemical analysis next generation COTS-based ELN that is seamlessly integrated into the LabWare solution platform. A key instrumentation and services, provides solutions to pharmaceutical, differentiating aspect of the LabWare platform is its tremendous breadth of product functionality that can be biopharmaceutical, environmental, foods & flavors, and hydrocarbon industries, making possible the identification, used to automate many aspects of the laboratory. quantification and analysis of atomic, molecular, physical and biological applications. With a comprehensive informatics portfolio including: MetaboliteID and MassHunter Workstation, Agilent addresses the needs of the pharmaceutical Waters® Laboratory Informatics is comprised of a powerful suite of software value chain with solutions in genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, drug development, QA/QC; and is ranked #1 in solutions for scientific data management, network integration, and compliance regulatory compliance. Agilnet’s NEW Kalabie Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) is a paperless lab archive with a scalable, management. For decades our Informatics solutions have helped leading integrated platform for cross-team collaboration. In an increasingly complex global environment, it simplifies and pharmaceutical, environmental, food and beverage, and chemical organizations reduce R&D costs, accelerate accelerates the R&D process, and streamlines data management—all within a robust IP protection solution that decision making, improve laboratory effectiveness, and get products to market faster. By leveraging years of complies with 21 CFR Part 11 requirements. experience in all facets of laboratory workflow management, Waters has assembled a highly innovative, integrated suite of products that includes the NuGenesis® Scientific Data Management System (SDMS), IDBS is the leader in advanced software applications, providing 18 of the top 20 pharmaceutical Empower™ 2 Chromatography Software and MassLynx™ Mass Spectrometry Software. companies with best in class solutions. The company’s ActivityBase, E-WorkBook and InforSense Suites provide chemistry and biology data support with advanced analytics capabilities. Enabling rapid decision- CambridgeSoft is a leading provider of software and services for discovery, analysis making through effective integration and analysis, IDBS provides compliant solutions across the R&D value chain. and collaboration to life sciences and chemical industries, academia and government. Its integrated product suite improves the productivity of researchers in Contur Software helps customers achieve superior R&D efficiency through user-friendly and cost- the discovery, development and commercialization of chemical and biological compounds. Products include effective IT solutions. Researchers worldwide rely on Contur Software’s electronic laboratory Cloud, Enterprise, Workgroup and Desktop versions of Chem & Bio Office, including Chem & Bio Draw and E- notebook (ELN) systems to document, share and store research experiments in a secure and Notebook, providing knowledge management, chemical and biological informatics, and scientific database collaborative manner. Our solutions eliminate the inefficiencies and shortcomings of paper laboratory notebooks. solutions. URL: www.cambridgesoft.com ConturELN and iLabber simplify keeping track of previous and current work. Records can be reviewed, signed, countersigned and stored securely to ensure IP rights. Our proven platform is based on modern technology by up to data represents more than 15 years reliable and successful LIMS services for a number of Microsoft and Oracle. Migration, as requirements change, from iLabber (cloud-based) to ConturELN (server-based) is leading LIMS vendors. Today the company is recognized as a software manufacturer with its easy and seamless. core product family iStudyReporter, a purpose build software solution to optimise the creation process of submission documents for protocol driven studies in the Life Sciences. With the introduction of LabWare is recognized as the global leader of enterprise Laboratory Information Management iStudyReporter Bioanalytics for Thermo Watson LIMS, the company delivers the first automated solution for Systems (LIMS) and instrument interfacing software. Our flagship product, LabWare LIMS, is a creating reliable and flexible validation and tox reports. URL: www.uptodata.com recipient of multiple industry awards for best LIMS software product. In 2010, LabWare will offer a istudyreporter@uptodata.com 5 2 Register Online at www.labinformaticsforum.com or Call 1-800-882-8684
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