Digital Transformation in R&D: the Signals Research Ecosystem
Presenter:Patrick Ansems, Director, Informatics Field Application Scientists, EMEAI at PerkinElmer
Patrick Ansems received his BS.c in Microbiology from the University of Applied Sciences, Etten–Leur, Netherlands. Following his studies , he joined Unilever R&D Vlaardingen where he worked for 7 years in the Molecular Aspects of Health Department where he was responsible for the development and screening of food related compounds in a variety of GPCR related assays.
Subsequently Patrick joined a start-up company, Lead Pharma, where he was Head of Operations responsible for the cloning, small scale up and downstream processing of proteins and the development of the screenings assays. Patrick joined PerkinElmer in2011 as a member of the European Regional Marketing team working on Biology Enterprise solutions and Analytics. Since 2014 Patrick was held the position as Director of the EMEAI Field Application Scientist team.
Presenter:Ismail Ijjaali, Ph.D, Sr. Principal Product Specialist at PerkinElmer
Ismail Ijjaali holds the position of Sr. Principal Product Specialist at PerkinElmer where he is focused on Chemistry Enterprise and Analytics solutions. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Henri-Poincaré University, Nancy, France. He has also held positions at Northwestern University Chicago focusing on Computational Chemistry, and Aureus Sciences (now part of Elsevier) where he was involved in consulting activities for their chemical/biological knowledge databases.
Research Scientists daily face the challenge that the science they are doing is complex and often generates a high volume and variety of data. In addition, they are spending too much time preparing this data and learning the tools to explore it vs the time they can spend on ideation and innovation. In this workshop we will present the PerkinElmer Signals Research Platform which is designed from the ground up to consider these challenges.
Agenda topics will include how Signals Research Platform can be used to analyze instrument data coming from any R&D workflow whether it is derived from a plate reader or an analytical instrument. Furthermore, we will demonstrate how the experimental context can be captured and used for further downstream analysis including combining this with other inhouse or public data sources to facilitate better decision making. Join us in our workshop and see for yourself why the Signals Platform has been selected by some of the leading pharma and chemical companies including GSK, Bayer, Janssen.
Learn about benefits of native cloud ELN applications
Learn how to connect data from multiple sources (chemical structures and assay endpoints)
Learn about streamlined research workflows for SAR analysis
Who should benefit
Research scientists across chemistry and assay development
Research IT/IS professionals
Areas covered in this session
Collaboration with a cloud based ELN
Global searching / indexing of scientific data
Guided SAR Lead Discovery workflows
PerkinElmer delivers a comprehensive suite of scientific informatics and software solutions from instrument generated data, to enterprise solutions to cloud applications, providing scientists with the necessary tools to aggregate, search, mine, analyze and visualize critical data to help turn data into actionable insights in an automated, predictive and scalable way.
Our solutions include the industry leading ChemDraw(r) application; Electronic Lab Notebooks (cloud based Signals Notebook and enterprise E-Notebook, the TIBCO Spotfire platform for scientific data analytics for both research & clinical development and our Signals Research ecosystem of Signals Lead Discovery, Signals Screening as well as solutions for Translational Research & Clinical Analytics