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STACS DNA Webinar Series Shows How Forensic DNA Casework Labs Save Time and Improve Quality with STACS®

November 27, 2017

Weekly webinars start on November 28

STACS DNA Inc., the sample tracking software company, today announces a new, live webinar series to show DNA laboratory analysts, managers and directors how forensic DNA laboratories significantly increase productivity, reduce errors, and improve data quality by using STACS-CW sample processing and lab management software.

The series, titled “Optimizing the Forensic DNA Casework Laboratory”, comprises four webinars:

  • Laboratory Management: Tracking Consumables and Instruments to Optimize Performance
  • Sample Processing: Tracking Evidence and Reporting
  • Integration: Saving Time and Reducing Errors Through Laboratory Integration
  • Compliance: Data at Your Fingertips Eases Audits and Operating Compliance

The webinars will be presented by Malena Jimenez, a Field Application Specialist with STACS DNA, who is an ABC-certified analyst with significant scientific and information technology experience gained as a Criminalist, LIMS Administrator, Safety Officer, DNA Auditor and Casework and CODIS Criminalist with the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP)’s multi-site DNA casework laboratory.

The webinars will be held weekly from November 28 to December 19. For details and to register, visit www.stacsdna.com/webinars.

About STACS DNA

STACS DNA delivers sample tracking and control software specifically designed for forensic DNA casework and database labs. Proven to increase productivity by more than 40% while meeting strict accreditation standards—with no new hiring, and no need to acquire or replace your current LIMS. Since 2000, STACS DNA’s solutions address the shortcomings of many current LIMS by providing an automatic audit trail, DNA-specific workflows, integrated systems and instrumentation, improved data quality, automatic grant tracking and unmatched service. Our customers are federal, state, regional and local law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and Canada, including many of the largest forensics DNA labs in North America. The company is based in Ottawa, ON and Fairfax, VA.