Rainer Fuchs Goes Back to Basics; Wet Lab and LIMS Key to Validation | GenomeWeb

As vice president of research informatics at Cambridge, Mass.-based Biogen, Rainer Fuchs has redirected the company’s informatics capabilities away from early discovery and toward the more complex problems of target validation. One part of this strategy has been the development of a LIMS-like Animal Information Management System to provide access to all in vivo animal data generated in the validation process. Fuchs recently spoke to BioInform about how his company is keeping up with the rapidly expanding role of informatics in drug discovery and development.

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