April 2015 Life Science Lunch: Bio-automation: Smart Technologies for Scientific Tasks

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Bio-automation is a leading trend in the life science industry, and it is no longer just robotics for liquid handling.  Using both hardware and software solutions, Bio-automation is tackling more sophisticated tasks replacing humans with smart technologies to speed drug research, improve clinical diagnostic data  for the treatment of patients, increase quality and accuracy of outcomes and decisions.  Bio-automation technology is being deployed across the industry with impressive results.  Please join us as we hear from a variety of companies on how they are impacting life sciences.

Moderator and Speakers

Moderator: Todd Vare
Barnes & Thornburg LLP


Randall Julian
Indigo BioSystems

 Mike Ashley
Chief Engineer for Automation
Beckman Coulter
Tim DeFrench
The RND Group

About the Series

The Indiana Health Industry Forum and Barnes & Thornburg LLP partner to present a monthly seminar series on critical issues in life science. Each month, at lunch, a policymaker or a panel in the field of life science will be available to answer questions concerning the major challenges and opportunities in the life science industry. We hope you will join us.

There is no charge to attend, but please register so we know how many lunches to order. Please see registration page for details. Some of the discussion questions will be submitted to the speakers in advance.


For information on upcoming programs, please visit the Life Science Lunch website – http://www.ihif.org/pages/lifescience


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