In July, over 650 LabArchives users attended our first virtual user group meeting!
LabArchives users often ask us for examples of how others use the platform. It’s actually the most frequent request we get. With that we decided to bring examples to our users and to actually connect with one another via virtual meeting and live Q&A. This format was a big success so we’ve decided to host a similar meeting for the United Kingdom, Europe and the Middle East. Join us on October 22, 2020 at 1p.m. (GMT+1)!
We’ll start with a brief introduction but the majority of the meeting will feature end user panelists who will present how they use LabArchives to support their research. In July panelists included:
- A lab technician from the University of Kentucky whose lab has been using LabArchives for 8 years to research spinal cord injuries and neuro-inflammation.
- A lab analyst from the Duke Human Vaccine Institute who uses the platform for data upload and archival, quality control and to standardize protocols.
- A principal investigator at Massachusetts General Hospital who detailed how and why her lab transitioned to LabArchives.
- A molecular biologist at Washington University, St. Louis who shared how her lab digitally organizes their research on a parasite that causes disease in developing countries.