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10th Annual Compound & Sample Management

22 May 2013 - 23 May 2013 - London, UK



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Maximise Quality, Develop Effective Data Management and Capitalise on Outsourcing and Collaborative Relationships for Cost Effective Compound Management in 2013


Effective management of compound libraries remains crucial for drug innovation and discovery, but the core challenges of increasing cost, storage capacity and sample control continue to grow in severity as sample numbers rise across the industry.


With these challenges on-going critical questions must be answered;

How do you manage the sample quality cost effectively?

What are the best practices for compound analysis strategies?

How do you attain the highest level of sample quality throughout the process?

What is the best approach for entering into collaborations and what should be considered?

How do you build and integrate the best possible data management systems?

Should we consider outsourcing or maintain our library internally?

The 10th Anniversary brings together senior level experts from across the compound management field to discuss the latest news, benchmark against peers and continue to debate the critical discussions points such as…

Upgrade or replacement

Rebuild or outsource

Pre or post sample storage quality management



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