A research team at Uppsala University led by the cancer researcher Sara Mangsbo, Ph.D., spent at least half or their time on manual tasks regarding administration, compliance and reporting of their research.
Recent EU-regulations demands medical researchers to report detailed data collections in individual journals for each animal used. The process of meeting these legal requirements is today both manual and time consuming and literal lifetimes of hours are wasted each year just so that organizations are compliant. These resources could instead be used for value creation of research to save lives.
VivoLogica is a software platform for the management of laboratory in vivo research institutions. It integrates all compliance and operational processes and gives the researchers the data output needed to get complete statistical control over both welfare and research data to fulfill EU-regulations. The software can also aid in tracking all events of in vivo research on an individual or group basis and be customized for specific needs.