In my previous post “Web-Site Warning,” I mentioned that I’m just this week returning to do some work on my web-site. It’s refreshing my memory on a number of issues.
For those of you who might try to link to the GeoMetrick Enterprises web-site today and throughout the week, I will warn you that I’m working on it. If it appears to change before your eyes, it is actually doing that. Some of you might suggest I make the changes off-line then stage them. However, […]
Just this week, I noticed the post “GxP Versus Non-GxP” had an unusually high number of readers. With Autumn quickly approaching, I will guess that people are starting to think about new projects and, with that, compliance issues.
In all these posts about the end of my job, some of you might be surprised that I’m only now writing about the LIMS. Me, too. U of M runs the LVS Biobanking solution which I knew before I had an inkling I would work there so I guarantee I’m not passing along any secrets, here. It was easy enough to see from reading people’s LinkedIn profiles so they’re not keeping it a secret.
In my previous posts “End of Time at U of M – Regrets?” and “End of Time at U of M – Regrets? (Open Courseware),” I talked a little about experiences with this newfound employment. I’m still glad I did it.
Monday, my job was terminated. Tuesday and Wednesday were spent entirely just catching-up with people via e-mail and phone. Some of it was bona fide business development and there are some questions that keep coming up that I decided to just publicly answer for anyone who wants to know.
In my previous post, I mentioned that I had planned to take a health analytics course and mentioned what a cool idea it was. You’re thinking this doesn’t sound so cool but, I assure you, it is. Please read on…
My time at the University of Michigan is over and I posted that change in LinkedIn as soon as I returned home from my final day at work. An unbelievably large number of people who were interested-enough to suddenly look at my profile (lots more than usual). Hopefully, that will lead to one type of great opportunity or another.
I ran across a tribute to SampleManager talking about “25 Years in SampleManager” giving a little history. Has it been that long, I wondered? Well, no, it’s actually been longer.
Many projects have a problem getting reports produced. In one sense, it seems expensive to hire a LIMS, ELN or LES expert who knows the data but who comes with a rather high rate. On the other hand, getting a cheap resource who knows the reporting tool isn’t an easy solution because it’s so incredibly difficult to teach them these massive databases and how they work. Today, I will tell you the solution to this problem.