Scott Rehlander

6 Moulton Rd ยท Southborough, MA 01772

Proficient in C#, XAML, XNA, Java, Javascript (jQuery, Knockout, AngularJS), ASP MVC and WebAPI, PHP, XHTML, CSS, Prado, Python, LUA, Wincaps and Val3. My specialties include full life-cycle application development for Windows desktop and web applications, robotics and medical device integration for Compound Management and High Throughput Screening systems, and software development for robots manufactured by Staubli, Denso, and Precise Automation.




Software developer and consultant with expertise in desktop, web, and mobile development.

Sept 2012 - Present

Senior Software Architect

HighRes Biosolutions

Responsible for the architecture and development of .NET desktop applications. Intensive experience in pharmaceutical sample management interfaces, robotics scheduling and device integration.

Jul 2006 - Aug 2012

Executive Board Member

LRIG New England

LRIG New England is a rapidly growing special interest group focused on laboratory automation. Our membership consists of scientists and engineers, primarily from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, with chapters across the US and in Europe.

Oct 2014 - Present


Websites for Cures is a charitable organization that was founded to help benefit small businesses and other charities. The Foundation's primary function is to provide technological services in return for charitable donations.

May 2011 - Present


Framingham State University

Bachelor of Science
Computer Science - Concentration in Software Engineering


Programming Languages & Tools
LinkedIn Endorsed Skills
  • C#
  • Software Development
  • Robotics
  • Biotechnology
  • Laboratory Automation
  • Javascript
  • LIMS
  • .NET
  • Life Sciences
  • High Throughput Screening


Apart from being a laboratory automation and informatics specialist, I am a proud father of young twins. I like to spend my time learning new technologies, building web pages, and developing mobile apps.

I am an active member of the New England and Philadelphia chapters of the Laboratory Robotics Interest Group and I spend as much time as I can facilitating the use of innovative technologies in my local community.