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Astrix will be a partner and sponsor for the ALMA annual conference and expo
Astrix is proud to sponsor the ALMA Annual Conference and Expo in San Diego this year.
Astrix Technology Group is a technical consulting and staffing firm focused on serving the scientific community. Astrix Approach™ shapes our clients’ future by combining deep scientific insight with the understanding of how technology and people will impact scientific industries. Our expertise is focused on issues related to value engineered solutions, on demand resource and domain requirements, flexible and scalable operating and business models that help our clients find future value and growth in a scientific world.
Whether focused on strategies for Laboratories, IT or Staffing, Astrix has the people, skills and experience to effectively drive client value. We offer highly objective points of view on Enterprise Informatics, Laboratory Operations, Healthcare IT and Scientific Staffing with an emphasis on business and technology, leveraging our deep industry experience. Scientific resources and technology solutions delivered on demand!
ALMA offers a unique opportunity for managers and future managers of laboratory organizations to grow their skills through its annual conference that includes workshops, presentations from managers who share their experiences, roundtable discussions with peers from around the world and networking opportunities.
In addition to its annual conference ALMA presents an annual symposium on laboratory management at the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS), delivers periodic webinars and provides the opportunity for managers to network by joining the ALMA Lab Managers LinkedIn Group.
Managing a laboratory organization requires a unique blend of technical and managerial skills. Most laboratory managers, by education and experience, are thoroughly capable of handling the technical aspects of their jobs, but often the managerial skills are learned on the job. Available managerial training and literature are generic and do not address the unique skills require to manage a laboratory operation and technical staff. This lack of information and educational opportunities led to the formation of a laboratory managers association to provide a venue where technical managers can exchange ideas and experiences to acquire the skills needed to effectively manage.