HighRes Biosolutions’ Zaayenga wins ISBER Award

June 11, 2010

HighRes Biosolutions, the leader in laboratory automation solutions for life science, announced today that Andy Zaayenga, Director of Business Development, received the 2010 International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) Special Service Award in recognition of his dedicated service and exceptional contributions to the organization. ISBER is the leading international society that addresses the technical, legal, ethical, and managerial issues relevant to repositories of biological and environmental specimens.

"This is an exciting time to be involved in biobanking," noted Zaayenga. "Biological and environmental repositories play an increasingly important role in research and development for drug discovery and bioscience. HighRes Biosolutions is bringing their considerable experience and proven track record in laboratory automation to bear in this emerging area. I am pleased to contribute professionally and through my activities in ISBER."

Andy accepted the award at the ISBER 2010 Annual Conference "Diversity in Biobanking" on in Rotterdam, Netherlands. He is newly elected to the ISBER Council, serving as Chair of the Automated Repositories Working Group, Chair of the Marketing Committee, and as a member of the 2011 Conference Program, Finance, and Web Site Committees. Andy also participates in the Pharma-Academic, Environmental and Informatics Working Groups.

ISBER is a Division of the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP).

About HighRes Biosolutions

HighRes Biosolutions, Inc. is the leader in the design and construction of innovative robotic systems and laboratory devices used by pharmaceutical, biotech, and academic research laboratories. HighRes accelerates drug discovery, high throughput genotyping, siRNA screening, next-generation sequencing sample prep, biorepository science and molecular diagnostics with highly flexible, expandable and modular integrated systems, bench-top devices and consumables that are easily configured (and reconfigured) to create research environments conducive to achieving breakthrough results.