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LabOps: Managing a Laboratory Operations Team with John Curran, Vice President of Laboratory Operations at BostonGene

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LabOps: Managing a Laboratory Operations Team with John Curran, Vice President of Laboratory Operations at BostonGene

September 29, 2022

LabOps: Managing a Laboratory Operations Team with John Curran, Vice President of Laboratory Operations at BostonGene

Hear from a research scientist turned into a LabOps manager!

In this episode, John Curran, Vice President of Laboratory Operations at BostonGene, talks about his experience in LabOps management after having been a research scientist. He details the steps and decisions taken throughout his career that led him to BostonGene, where he oversees laboratory operations around the development of a platform that harnesses the sequencing of RNA and DNA to get insights into patients’ diseases. He thinks it is very important to recognize LabOps team employees, as he finds retention to be the biggest challenge LabOps face, with a very high turnover for roles that are not considered glamorous.   He explains the automation processes labs can undergo to integrate equipment with information management systems to reduce errors to the minimum, have higher control over processes, and increase the quality of the generated data.

Tune in to this episode to learn from John Curran about his experience in LabOps and the challenges he’s overcome!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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