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Scalable solutions for automated sample preparation in label-free compound profiling

In this on-demand webinar, based on field experiences with our research partners, Analytik Jena provides an overview of application demands for a reliable sample preparation automation – from a small and easy-to-use workstation, to a fully automated integration solution by Analytik Jena.

About this on-demand webinar

Label-free compound profiling plays a major role in pharmaceutical research and calls for novel approaches for sample preparation in the design of automated liquid handling systems.

In this on-demand webinar, based on field experiences with our research partners, Analytik Jena provides an overview of application demands for a reliable sample preparation automation – from a small and easy-to-use workstation, to a fully automated integration solution by Analytik Jena.

Throughout, our speaker highlights the challenges that need to be overcome to improve lab processes, including liquid handling, leading to increased quality of results.

Learning outcomes of this webinar

  • The advantages of laboratory automation workflows
  • Challenges during the optimisation of automated MALDI-TOF sample preparation
  • How to successfully overcome hardware, software and labware challenges
  • Recommendations in optimisation of liquid handling parameters.

Our speakers

Dr Freek Janssen, Senior Scientist at Pivot Park Screening CentreDr Freek Janssen

Dr Freek Janssen is a chemical biologist, with a strong background in assay development and medicinal chemistry. In 2016, Freek obtained his PhD from the University of Leiden, at the Department of Molecular Physiology. After that he worked for the start-up COILED Therapeutics. Freek joined PPSC in January 2021 as project leader and is involved in numerous commercial, academic and internal assay development and MS-uHTS projects.

Matthias

Dr Matthias Fischer, Team Leader Automation at Analytik Jena

Matthias Fischer has a background in biomedical engineering, obtained in 2007 from the University of Applied Sciences, Jena, Germany. While completing his PhD at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel in Germany, he developed a fluorescence-based fibre-optical biofilm sensor for studying biofilm formation dynamics in the field. In 2013, he joined the photonics group at the University of York, UK, as a postdoctoral researcher. Since 2017 Dr Fischer’s focuses on the design and development of lab automation systems to address liquid handling applications.

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