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iLab Solutions Announces Michelle Detwiler as the New Director of Product Strategy
Date:1/14/2014

Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 14, 2014

iLab Solutions, the leader in core facility management software, today announces Michelle Detwiler as the new Director of Product Strategy. In this role, Michelle will work with current and potential clients as well as iLab sub-teams to guide in the development of iLab products. Her main goal will be to ensure that iLab provides the maximum possible benefit to the scientific community by offering the most advanced, user-friendly, and high-impact solution in the world.

"I'm exceptionally excited that Michelle has joined our team,” expressed Andreas Hagen, iLab’s Chief Software Architect. “Michelle brings over 20 years of experience working with core facilities in the academic research industry. We are excited to draw upon her expertise as we continue to grow our system. Furthermore, Michelle is a wonderful fit within the iLab team - energetic and completely dedicated to helping us create the best software for researchers and administrators.”

Michelle brings deep knowledge in Biomedical research and Shared Resource Management. She spent 17 years at Roswell Park Cancer Institute as a DNA Sequencing Core Facility Project Coordinator and Shared Resource Administrator where she implemented strategic scientific decisions related to core facility infrastructure and management. During her tenure, Michelle also served 4 years on the Executive Board of the Association of Bimolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF), including 2 years as the ABRF president.

About iLab Solutions
iLab Solutions is the leading provider of core facility management solutions to academic research institutions, with customers that include leading universities, research hospitals, independent institutes, and government labs. iLab’s suite of web-based tools for academic research management include core facility service request management, enhanced sample management, equipment reservation and usag
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