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Prize Draw Winner from Making Pharmaceuticals

May 24, 2017 / by Theresa Webster

Last month, we exhibited at Making Pharmaceuticals, the UK’s largest pharmaceutical event. Over the 2-day programme, attendees and exhibitors networked and discussed the latest industry trends in manufacturing, outsourcing and quality.

Our experts in laboratory data management met with many attendees to discuss their queries and concerns regarding best practices for the control and compliance of test data. During the event, we also conducted a survey to obtain feedback from the market to gain a better understanding of the awareness and needs for laboratory information management systems. All survey participants were automatically entered in our free prize draw for a £50 Amazon Voucher, and we are happy to announce the winner, Farhan Bham of Burton Hospitals NHS. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey and your feedback is greatly appreciated.

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Theresa Webster

Written by Theresa Webster

Theresa Webster is the co-founder of Broughton Software and serves as their Director of Product Management. After studying at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte receiving a BSc in Biology and a BA in Chemistry, Theresa began her career at Broughton Laboratories, a leading UK MHRA and US FDA GMP licensed contract laboratory. In her role as a Commercial Projects Manager, she developed business start-ups from idea to fully operational divisions, in particular, the stability storage facility and software services. Theresa led the software services division to become a stand-alone business in 2012 as Broughton Software providing the industry's leading LIMS solution for Quality Control Laboratories. When Theresa is not busy with her passion for building a business, she holds a personal interest in traveling around the world experiencing different cultures. She's also an adrenaline junkie being active in extreme sports from mountain biking to scuba diving. She's always eating food and coincidentally has a 'Ratatouille' touch to cooking.