From: "Stuart, Ralph" <Ralph.Stuart**At_Symbol_Here**KEENE.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Webinar on ELN Challenges in Academic Research, June 13
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2017 17:03:32 +0000
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ELN's are one possible way to deliver chemical safety information to labs as needed, so understanding how they could work in academia is likely to be helpful.

- Ralph

Astrix to Host Expert Panel on ELN Challenges in Academic Research

Live Webinar - Challenges Facing Academic Institutions when Implementing ELN Solutions

A panel discussion sponsored by the Astrix Technology Group
Register for this Webinar

Join Astrix Technology Group for a live webinar on Tuesday, June13th as we explore the challenges and opportunities facing educational research institutions around ELN (electronic lab notebook) implementation.

This session will feature an expert round-table discussion and panel.

Speaker Panel
Byron Deane, Manager - Lab IT Solutions, Research Computing Services - University of Massachusetts Medical School
Terri Haley, PhD. - Director of Research Information Technology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Bruce Kozuma - Principle Systems Analyst at the Broad Institute

In this webinar, you will learn:
- The challenges associated with adopting a single, centralized ELN in the academic research environment
- The impact of institutional policies and funding on the process of procurement and adoption
- Tips for implementing laboratory informatics platforms at academic institutions
- Implications and suggestions for ELN software vendors
- About the need to advance standards for data interoperability

Who should attend:

Research IT leadership responsible for the management of laboratory data and systems
Scientists interested in learning more about the use of ELNs in academic institutions
Sponsor and CRO companies interested in facilitating collaboration with academic institutions
ELN software vendors
We hope you can join us for this session!

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