MAR 27, 2019 6:00 AM PDT

Automating Cannabis Testing with LIMS and Laboratory Automation

C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE
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  • Sr. Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc.
    Biography
      Dr. Paszko is the Sr. Vice President at Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. a LIMS, laboratory automation and informatics firm. She is an innovative, customer-centric leader with strong communication skills and the ability to collaborate well with both technical and sales teams. She received her undergraduate degree in Medical Technology (MT ASCP), with a minor in Microbiology from the State University of New York @ Buffalo. Her graduate studies were conducted at the University of Maryland in Molecular Microbiology with an emphasis in infectious diseases and informatics. Her unique career combines a Ph.D. with 20+ years of experience in working in laboratories and leveraging data management tools, LIMS and automation. These tools enhance data quality, facilitate regulatory compliance, increase productivity, and the ability better manage laboratory data and information. She has co-authored a book on LIMS, and authored over 5 dozen scientific, LIMS and informatics articles in peer reviewed journals. Dr. Paszko has been helping analytical testing laboratories understand regulatory compliance requirements (ISO 17025), leverage LIMS and automation to increase productivity, throughput and profitability. This approach has helped customers to outperform competitors with best in class Laboratory Information Management Systems Technology, Automation, Systems Integration to offer insights into laboratory and business intelligence.

    Abstract

    Automating Cannabis Testing with Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) Software systems automate not only key aspects of laboratory testing, but provide a comprehensive data management solution including data on raw material testing, finished product analysis, analysis of growers, strain variation, and edible analysis. LIMS can facilitate workflow creation, internal chain of custody leveraging positive ID (1D, 2D, RFID), shelf life studies, automated reporting, instrument integration, achieving regulatory compliance (ISO 17025), increasing communication across the organization, secure data sharing, secure web portals for client access for achieving operational excellence. LIMS also manage employee permissions in the system, as well as access and privileges to various aspects of the software, maintaining an electronic record of instrument calibrations, repairs and maintenance, employee training, laboratory certifications, inventory management, along with vendor information, expiration dates, electronic data management from direct instrument import, to automated reporting, automated limit and email alerts. In addition to saving time automation enables seamless regulatory compliance and reporting with METRC integration. With a secure LIMS and an integrated web portal, users can access sample testing status and results in real-time, 24/7. Users can also access final COA’s, and other reports from the web portal in pdf form as well as an electronic data deliverable. Primary reasons for implementing LIMS and automation are to ensure high quality manufactured products, higher data quality via the elimination of transcription errors, increased productivity and communication, maximizing resources, achieving regulatory compliance and increasing profitability. 

    Learning Objectives:

    1. The role that LIMS and Laboratory automation plays in improving analysis turnaround, efficiency, enhanced data quality and regulatory compliance. 
    2. Understanding METRC Integration
    3. Understanding the impact of automation on laboratory operations, from positive ID to instrument integration through final reporting


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    MAR 27, 2019 6:00 AM PDT

    Automating Cannabis Testing with LIMS and Laboratory Automation

    C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE

    Specialty

    Cannabis

    Molecular Biology

    Biochemistry

    Chemistry

    Laboratory Testing

    Infectious Disease

    Lab Automation

    Cell Biology

    Animal Research

    Research

    Automation

    Laboratory Informatics

    Cannabis Testing

    Clinical Chemistry

    Morphological Analysis

    Geography

    North America89%

    Asia11%

    Registration Source

    Website Visitors100%

    Job Title

    Clinical Laboratory Scientist17%

    Facility/Department Manager17%

    Forensic Scientist17%

    Research Scientist17%

    Medical Laboratory Technician17%

    Lab Management17%

    Organization

    Clinical Laboratory22%

    Government11%

    Manufacturer - Other11%

    Other56%


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