Whether you are new to automation or are an experienced user, choosing a new automated liquid handler (ALH) can be a daunting task. There are a lot of choices with many functions at any budget to consider. This is especially challenging for scientists new to automation. There has been a significant push since early 2020 to increase diagnostic testing throughput, most of which can be accomplished by automation. This webinar addresses the many factors that go into choosing an ALH and how to pick the system that best serves the needs of your lab. Dr. Hentz also discusses how to verify your liquid handler performance after it arrives, which will consider your assay volumes, your assay solutions and labware options.
What you will learn
Dr. Nathaniel Hentz is currently Director, Scientific Market Development at Artel. Prior to that, Dr. Hentz served as Assistant Director of the BTEC Analytical Lab at North Carolina State University for almost 11 years. In that role, he taught both undergraduate and graduate level courses as well as industry short courses focused on biopharmaceutical assay development and validation. Dr. Hentz’s tenure in the HTS industry includes nearly two years supporting the automated screening systems within the Lead Discovery group at Bristol-Myers Squibb in Connecticut and seven years developing screens at Eli Lilly RTP Laboratories in North Carolina.