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Tuesday, April 10 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session C - I.T. Compliance Track

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C-1 The Case of the Failing Pipette – A Case Study of Auditing in an Electronic Bioanalytical Laboratory

Abstract:
A common problem that every laboratory faces is when a pipette fails to meet the acceptance criteria during a re-calibration activity. The first question every auditor wants to know is:
What studies were impacted by using this pipette?
As an auditor, you are left reviewing laboratory notebooks. Was the pipette used by only one analyst? Which laboratory area utilized this pipette? The lingering question remains:
Did we find and document every study where this pipette was used?”
By using an electronic laboratory notebook to document every step in the workflow, from sample receipt through to final reporting, this pipette in question can be queried in minutes.
While auditing, a query can be ran to search any data held electronically within the electronic laboratory notebook (ELN). Queries can be as broad or as specific as the end user needs. This search would find in minutes what would normally take days or may even be impossible to locate. Audit trails can also be utilized to review the data and date/time the pipette was used. A thorough audit to determine where this pipette was used can be completed in just a few minutes.
Screenshots will be presented on the poster to show a query to search for the pipette used.

Category:
Bioanalytical

Level of Content:
Intermediate

C-2   Data Governance Best Practices for Bio-analytical Labs/studies

Abstract:
Bioanalytical sites performing regulated activities must incorporate key data integrity elements into their systems to ensure that all data are complete, consistent, and accurate throughout the data lifecycle. This presentation will focus on electronic data acquisition systems used for regulated bioanalysis. An overview of the configuration, validation, and maintenance of representative electronic data systems will be presented.  An audit program that includes provisions to evaluate the elements of the quality system used for collecting, analyzing, reporting and retaining information and bioanalytical data will be addressed. This presentation will provide Quality Assurance professionals involved in auditing bioanalytical data with insights to help assure electronic data integrity.

Category:
IT Compliance

Level of Content:
Advanced

Moderators
avatar for René Kasan

René Kasan

CEO, 37 Centigrades AG
René is a senior management consultant and subject matter expert for computerized systems in the pharmaceutical industry. In addition, he is founder and CEO of 37 Centigrades AG, a consultancy located in Zug, Switzerland with focus on providing IT-related services to the life science... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mohammed Imran

Mohammed Imran

Senior Quality Assurance Auditor, Smithers Avanza Biopharmaceutical Services
Mr. Imran has 20+ years working in regulated study environment and a MLS (ASCP)-licensed professional, starting as a research associate to QA in 1999. Responsible for performing quality assurance functions for the Bioanalytical Services Unit for non-clinical and clinical GLP/regulated... Read More →
avatar for Lucy Podbielski

Lucy Podbielski

Associate Director, Toxicology Lab Sciences QA, Charles River Laboratories
Lucy Podbielski is Associate Director, Toxicology Lab Sciences QA, Charles River. She has over 20 years of experience in bioanalytical labs, starting as an analyst and transitioning to QA in 2009. She manages the Toxicology Laboratory Science Good Laboratory Practice Quality Assurance... Read More →
avatar for Jasmine Roach

Jasmine Roach

Quality Assurance Specialist, AIT Bioscience
Ms. Roach is a Quality Assurance Specialist at AIT Bioscience located in Indianapolis, Indiana. She obtained a BS in Biology-Chemistry from Saint Joseph’s College as well as a BS in Nursing from Indiana University-Purdue University. Her earliest experience began at AIT Laboratories... Read More →
avatar for Kim Wheeler

Kim Wheeler

QA Manager, PPD
Ms. Wheeler started in GLPs in December of 1980 at A.H. Robins Research. She has over 10 years’ experience in analytical method development in GLPs /GMPs, having worked for Robins Research Division and Sergeant’s Pet Products.Kim Wheeler is a MLT-AD, ASCP, and managed a hospital... Read More →


Tuesday April 10, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
Platinum 3&4