SEASR Conference for Core Facilities

May 28, 2013 | Posted by Team in Events |

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The Southeastern Association of Shared Resources (SEASR), a network of university core and shared resource facilities, will be hosting its launch conference this June, with support from the Science Exchange community.

The conference will be the first annual meeting hosted by the SEASR association, helping to provide a forum for core facility directors and scientists to discuss best practices and advances in technological applications. Science Exchange, in its continuing support for core facilities and the work they do to help scientists access high-end equipment at low-cost rates, is proud to be an initial corporate sponsor of the event, and will be hosting a workshop at the conference.

The workshop, titled “Best Practices for Marketing, Payment, and Management of Core Facilities“, will review free marketing strategies that core facilities can use to raise awareness for their services through Science Exchange, as well as software solutions that can assist in expediting financial reporting and payment. Other tentative talks include workshops from Illumina on data analysis platforms, and Life Technologies on NGS sequencing innovations.

This first annual meeting will be hosted at the University of Georgia from Thursday June 13 – Saturday June 15th, with registration and info available via the links below.

Registration: http://www.georgiacenter.uga.edu/uga-hotel/conferences-events/register/seasr

Agenda: http://seasr.my.abrf.org/conference-agenda

PDF Flier: SEASR-flyer

If you have additional questions or concerns, you can also reach the Program Contact, Melinda M. Sellevold at [email protected]

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