LabAnswer appoint John F Conway

LabAnswer, a provider of laboratory informatics consultancies, has announced the formation of a new position, Director of R&D Strategy and has named John F Conway to the position.  He will strategise and architect scientific data management systems to streamline R&D processes for life science, chemical, consumer product, and process manufacturing organisations.

John joins LabAnswer with 20 years of R&D experience.  Most recently, he was with Schrödinger LLC, where he was vice president of Professional Services and Solutions. During this time his focus was to expand Schrodinger’s footprint in scientific informatics.

‘I could not be more pleased and excited knowing that I will be helping LabAnswer clients to rethink how to manage the R&D informatics space,’ said John F. Conway - director of R&D Strategy.

‘We are pleased to have someone of John’s stature join our team.  In his new role at LabAnswer, John and his team are solely focused on architecting the best possible systems for our clients with an unbiased approach to drive superior outcomes,’ said Mark Everding - LabAnswer president and CEO.

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