Webinar recording: Research and Data: Creating a collaborative ecosystem

The Life Sciences sector is constantly innovating, with Biomarker and genetic research driving a new era of innovation and discovery for therapeutics you need to ensure that you are also innovatively managing the data being created, ensuring it is an asset rather than a liability.

With the explosion in data, ever improving research tools, and the opportunity to collaborate across the globe with differing regional regulations, centralising, managing and reusing data is more challenging than ever.  

Dr Jon Mangion, Global Head of Compliance, Bioinformatics and Data Services,
Life Science Solutions at Thermo Fisher Scientific will be discussing:

  • Considerations and difficulties for sharing research data
  • FAIR data principles
  • Community driven data standards

George Waidell, Global VP Life Sciences at Arkivum will be discussing:

  • How organisations can securely collaborate and manage data within a long-term data management framework

Meet the speakers

Dr Jonathan Mangion

Global Head of Compliance, Bioinformatics and Data Services,
Life Science Solutions

Dr Jonathan Mangion is the Head of Data Services and Bioinformatics at Thermo Fisher Scientific. He has over 25 years of experience of managing and processing scientific data for both academic and commercial organisations. With the advent of high throughput technologies managing data to ensure data integrity compliance or to enable e-discovery has become a major challenge for laboratories and Dr Mangion is developing data management solutions to allow end users to realise the value in their data.

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George Waidell

Global VP Life Sciences

George has over 18 years of working with Life Science organizations, solving clinical, regulatory, quality, and commercial challenges by combining technical solutions and industry knowledge.

Prior to joining Arkivum George worked as Senior Account Executive at BioFortis and VP, US Business Development at Formpipe. George has a BSc in Management Information Systems.