Webinar: Meeting the Challenges of COVID-19 Testing: A User’s Experience with the Scalable, High Throughput Amplitude Solution
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AUSTIN, Texas (July 23, 2021) – DARK Daily today announced an upcoming free webinar, “Meeting the Challenges of COVID-19 Testing: A User’s Experience Addressing the Unpredictable Testing Demand of Clinical Laboratories with the Scalable, High Throughput Amplitude Solution,” to be held Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 1 pm EDT and available on-demand after that.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus has taught that respiratory diseases, such as COVID-19, tend to be stealth invaders. Clinical laboratories, frontline medical workers, and workplace leaders are now planning how to proactively manage the next phase of COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses with the upcoming fall season, the ongoing emergence of mutations, and the potential onslaught of existing and emerging seasonal respiratory illnesses.
During this one-hour webinar, two medical laboratory leaders from University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, Colorado, Edward Ashwood, MD, and Joan Coleman, MBA, MT(ASCP), will share how they were able to quickly meet the COVID-19 testing demands of their healthcare community through their early adoption of Thermo Fisher’s Amplitude Solution. They will be joined by Elliot Shelton, Senior Director & General Manager, Amplitude Solution, Thermo Fisher Scientific. The panel will also address participants’ questions in a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
By attending Meeting the Challenges of COVID-19 Testing: A User’s Experience Addressing the Unpredictable Testing Demand of Clinical Laboratories with the Scalable, High-Throughput Amplitude Solution, participants will learn how one company’s rapid response to the COVID-19 testing needs of the global clinical laboratory community provided access to secured supply of consumables, workforce efficiencies, an automated high-throughput workflow, and committed service and support.
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