Step out of the Dark into the New World of FISH Automation Webinar

Step out of the Dark into the New World of FISH Automation
Wednesday, Oct. 31st at 10AM PDT / 1PM EDT

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Automating workflows is becoming increasingly important for today’s cytogenetics and FISH laboratories in order to accommodate higher test volumes, reduce turn-around times and reagent costs. While there are many solutions available for automating various aspects of the workflows, there is a need for a cohesive integration that allows data to flow seamlessly between systems.
BioDot and ASI have created a unique solution for a fully integrated workflow, from slide preparation to case sign-out, challenging traditional paradigms with respect to cost, turn-around-time, quality and consistency.

During the webinar, you will learn how automation, software and multiplexing are becoming powerful tools as labs look to address the pressures of reduced reimbursement and growing test volumes. The developers of the technology will walk you through the process from beginning to end.

 

Guest Speakers
    

Brian Kirk
General Manager, Molecular Diagnostics
BioDot

As a member of the original team who developed the patented FISHArray technology in the early 2000’s, Brian now leads the Molecular Diagnostics business unit within BioDot, where he leverages BioDot’s expertise in high throughput nanoprinting technology to commercialize important tools for the cytogenetics and molecular diagnostics community.

Brian has over 15 years of experience designing, developing, and marketing high throughput manufacturing systems for many of the world’s largest diagnostic companies.

    

Bobbi-Jo Shirley
Technical Sales Specialist
ASI

Bobbi-Jo is an experienced life science and clinical professional, with an extensive background in genetics and digital imaging.

She has over 15 years’ experience in molecular genetics, immunohistochemistry, digital pathology and fluorescent imaging and has held various positions in research, clinical, and digital pathology companies. As a former end-user, Bobbi-Jo understands the clinical process and is an advocate for streamlining workflows in the lab.