In early October, two AIT Bioscience employees, April Pisek and Jessica White, presented at the i3 North American Community Forum in Seattle, Washington at the request of IDBS. The presentations focused on electronic storage of training documentation utilizing the IDBS E-workbook software.
For years, AIT Bioscience has been using IDBS E-workbook software to maintain a paperless laboratory. Jessica’s presentation highlighted AIT Bioscience’s goal to be a completely paperless laboratory by the additional implementation of an electronic training system. Such a system makes compliance review by management more streamlined with summary functions. Additionally electronic storage of training records allows auditors to easily and efficiently review all the records at one time –even from an off-site location!
April’s presentation focused on another important aspect of the paperless lab at AIT Bioscience, data management for anti-drug antibody (ADA) studies. Validated IDBS workbooks are used not only to harmonize data with Watson LIMS, but also to provide SOP-compliant templates to assist the analyst and principal investigators in sample reconciliation, data organization and exponential extrapolation of final data. The data can then be directly tabled into a variety of reports including cut point analysis reports for Tier I, Tier II andTier III and Sample Analysis reports.
April and Jessica Presenting at the i3 Conference Jessica and April in Columbia Tower, Seattle, WA
The development and implementation of the electronic training system and ADA data management workbooks have helped AIT Bioscience come a few steps closer towards the goal of becoming completely paperless. Thanks to April and Jessica for their efforts and for presenting their work! To learn more about our Electronic Laboratory Notebook, visit our website to download our white paper or view our poster.