Published On: Thu, Jan 14th, 2010

Automed Systems launches Probiosys Center for Life Sciences

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Automed Systems, a leading lab automation company has launched of Probiosys Center for Life Sciences, a premier career advancement center for the pharmaceutical and life science professionals, promoting and facilitating perpetual learning. The center has been launched with an initial investment of Rs 80 million which will scale upto Rs 400 to 500 million over the next three years. This centre will also act as a technology incubation center with a focus on industrial and workforce interface.

Speaking on the occasion, Bhanu Prakash, MD and CEO, Automed Systems said “With the increasing demand for qualified life sciences professionals in India, the availability of quality talent is decreasing. To minimise and eventually eliminate this gap, at Probiosys our endeavor is to impart training in emerging technology, high end automation and international quality procedures for meeting real time industrial and research environment requirements. We aspire to be the knowledge repository for the life science industry help in bridging the skill gap amongst graduates and domain experts.”

Probiosys meets international standards in design and is compliant with the best practices across industries. The aim is to provide a learning environment that is true to industry experiences using technology that is ahead of current industry standards. With its six international knowledge partners who are best in class innovators, Probiosys has access to latest in technology and science and will use the relationships to create knowledge intensive offsite workshops.
Prakash further added “Probiosys aspires to address the needs of the life science professionals who aim at career advancement, with advanced knowledge development programs for life science’s industry which will deliver access to emerging technology and practices.”
Probiosys will provide programmes in training, consultancy and events which will cater to the needs of students who want to be more employable, professionals who are looking at adding skills and senior professionals who seek new knowledge.