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Biosero 2020 Webinar Series: Actionable Insight into Your Automation Data with Green Button Go Software

About this webinar

Data is a critical component of any lab. With automation software, you can make better decisions for your lab, in less time, using more data.

At this webinar, you will learn how to capture and contextualize critical laboratory data while upholding quality assurance and data tracking. 


Part 1: Collecting and Contextualizing Data with Lab Automation Software
David Dambman, Chief Technology Officer, Biosero

Are you looking to automate your lab’s data processing and apply advanced analytics? Green Button Go™ Automation Scheduling Software provides the tools you need to gain actionable insight into your lab processes by collecting and contextualizing data at every level.

Attend the webinar and learn how to address your lab’s questions surrounding utilization, throughput, cost and quality, and drill down into device-level data to solve difficult problems. Learn how automation elevates your lab to: 

  • Streamline data analysis to capture, contextualize and manage data at every level of operation
  • Generate data traceability among manual, semi-automated and fully automated workflows
  • Improve lab operations and processes to scale intelligently 
Part 2: Streamline Your Laboratory Performance and Data Analytics with Green Button Go Automation Software Suite  
Ryan Bernhardt, Discovery Automation Group Leader, Eli Lilly and Company
Kahveh Saramout, Senior Robotic Applications Engineer, Eli Lilly and Company

Automated systems are superb at gathering and recording data. As lab automation software moves samples through the workcell, it also collects data about every sample. The software documents the chain of custody and ensures every sample is traceable from the first step to the last. Data is critical as researchers build a store of data about samples and process monitoring that will be subject to thorough review and compliance measures.

Ryan and Kahveh will present how the pharmaceutical company leverages Green Button Go software to:

  • Gather and analyze data to make better, faster decisions
  • Streamline laboratory performance with a store of sample and process monitoring data
  • Ensure every sample in the lab is traceable from the first step to the last
Part 3: Live Question & Answer Discussion

Join us after the webinar for a live Q&A session with presenters Ryan Bernhardt, Kahveh Saramout and David Dambman. Ask specific questions on how automation software can transform your lab’s dynamic data into actionable information.


Imad Mansour, Director of Customer Success, Biosero

Imad Mansour is the Director of Customer Success at Biosero. He is responsible for maintaining relationships with scientists, lab technicians and other customers to ensure they achieve their automation goals. Imad manages and oversees customers who utilize Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software, the device-agnostic software that integrates equipment into a cohesive lab ecosystem.

Before joining Biosero, Imad co-founded a successful liquid handling company, NanoScreen, that specialized in automating a wide variety of high-density pipetting applications. He led the design of the company’s systems and expanded its customer base to include most of the major pharmaceutical and biotech companies in North America and Europe.

Imad has a strong background in advanced product engineering. He managed the design, coding, sales programs and customer support for multiple companies, including Dispense 15, Hamilton Robotics, PerkinElmer Life Sciences and Wyeth Ayerst Research (Pfizer).


David Dambman, Chief Technology Officer, Biosero 

As Chief Technology Officer at Biosero, David Dambman leads the software and integrations teams and sets the vision and direction for Biosero’s future software projects. David’s leadership has contributed to the development of numerous software products including Green Button Go. Green Button Go is a device-agnostic software platform that integrates equipment into a cohesive lab ecosystem to automate workflow processes and increase productivity. 

Ryan Bernhardt, Discovery Automation Group Leader, Eli Lilly and Company

Ryan Bernhardt has spent the past five years at Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, IN as part of the Discovery Automation Research and Technologies Group; leading a team of automation engineers and scientists in the design, implementation, and operation of a variety of innovative automation projects across Lilly’s Research and Development Laboratories. During his time at Lilly, Ryan has also contributed as the Automation Architect and Integration Leader for the Lilly Life Sciences Studio (L2S2); a state-of-the-art, fully automated Drug Discovery Platform located at Lilly’s Biotechnology Center in La Jolla, CA. Ryan received Lilly’s Top 100 Innovator Award for his track-based, modular design of L2S2 which incorporates a multi-level scheduling software infrastructure. This physical and digital automation architecture has influenced the design of many other automated platforms at Lilly and across the external Life Science community. Prior to joining Lilly, Ryan worked for Hamilton Robotics as the Global Business Unit Leader of Emerging Automation Markets. Ryan received his BS in Chemistry from Marian University with a focus on the business of Green and Sustainable Sciences within industry.  

Kahveh Saramout, Senior Robotic Applications Engineer, Eli Lilly and Company

Kahveh Saramout has spent the last two years at Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, IN in The Global Robotics Program as the QC Lab Robotics Lead. Kahveh has been working to develop and deploy validated robotic equipment for the execution of routine quality assays in the pharmaceutical manufacturing environment. Kahveh supports a global manufacturing infrastructure spanning the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Current projects include a fully automated platform for endotoxin testing and bioassay testing, as well as sample management systems interfaced with autonomous vehicles for the delivery and management of production samples. Kahveh received a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of South Florida where he received awards from Instructables.com for the developed of an automated titration machine, and from the University of South Florida Department of Chemical Engineering for the developed of a neural network driven control system for the processing of waste water. 


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