LIMS systems serves academic pharmacy department

Core Informatics has provided a LIMS system to Virginia Commonwealth University’s (VCU’s) Department of Pharmacy, to manage itsnucleic acid and tissue sample bank with the associated experimental results.

The Core LIMS Appliance was designed specifically for small laboratories like VCU’s Department of Pharmacy. The software can be easily customised, with many optional modules that can be tailored to the laboratory’s needs.

‘This is a huge benefit for small labs that have little or no IT support staff,’ said James Gregory, chief software architect of Core Informatics. ‘It’s a simple yet powerful solution with all the flexibility and key features we’ve built into our full-scale enterprise LIMS system.’

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