A review of some papers presented at the eleventh annual conference on product development metrics
Leadership and Staffing
How to be a Good Scientific Mentor
PIs have an abundance of responsibilities, serving on academic committees, teaching, running a lab, writing papers and grants, and management duties are some of the requirements. In this maze of tasks, it's easy to forget one of the most important aspects of the job–mentoring.
With Growth Comes Change... and Lab Relocation
The pace of change and growth in the pharmaceutical and biotech environment means that most companies face the daunting task of relocating laboratories at some stage in their development
Using Research Metrics Helps Get More Bang for Your R&D Buck
A review of some papers presented at the eleventh annual conference on product development metrics.
Demonstration of Compliance – Continuous Maintenance Monitoring and More
Once in my early days as a bench chemist, lab notebooks were collected to serve as evidence in a patent law suit. This experience put the fear into me. I learned a lesson in all aspects of documentation and in reporting defensible data.
High-Throughput Screening Assays: Managing microRNA Expression Profiling Using a Bead-Based Multiplex System
Although only recently identified as a new class of molecules, microRNAs have emerged as a one of the most promising areas of research today. Recent data further suggest that medical conditions, such as cancer, can be associated with specific microRN patterns. Identifying these patterns may lead to the development of targeted treatments.