Colony Picking and Automation: How to implement cell line development and microbiology workflows


Tuesday, October 24th, 2023
10:00 to 11:00 CEST (Berlin, Paris, Madrid)


Scale up your cell line development workflow​

In today's fast-paced world of research and development, time is of the essence when it comes to bringing ground-breaking medicines to market. Fortunately, automation has emerged as a powerful tool, empowering researchers to streamline and expedite the process like never before.​

During this webinar, we will explore:​

  • How automation is empowering researchers to fast-track novel medicines’ time to market,​
  • Ways to overcome common challenges in microbiology and cell line development, regardless of where in the journey,​
  • How we can learn from expert best practices with automated colony-picking workflows and how they plan to increase adoption in their operations.

Register now and embark on a journey towards faster, more efficient drug discovery and development.

Presented by:


Janet Graystone
EU Sales Manager BioPharma

Janet joined Molecular Devices in April 2019 as a Workflow Solutions Specialist and now leads the European BioPharma Team for Molecular Devices as a Sales Manager. Her career started as a Research Scientist at the University of Bath. Janet quickly moved into commercial roles in the industry, such as Miltenyi Biotech and Life Technologies, where she worked as a Senior Field Application Scientist and Product Manager, as well as doing Business Development for TTP Labtech across Europe. Janet holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Biology and an M.Sc in Immunology and has over 20 years of experience working in the Biopharma and automation sectors. 


Carola Mancini
Ph.D EU Field Application Scientist BioPharma

Carola joined Molecular Devices in September 2021 as Field Application Scientist specializing in automated end-to-end workflow solutions in cell line development, monoclonal antibodies, CRISPR gene editing, and synthetic biology. Carola holds an M.Sc in biotechnology and a Ph.D in Molecular Biology and Cell Physiology. She has researched at the German Institute of Human Nutrition in Potsdam, where she was involved in different cell line engineering projects to study obesity and metabolic disease. In 2016, Carola was involved in a research project investigating potential treatments for prostate cancer at the CIC bioGUNE Research Institute in Biscay, Spain.