Here is your monthly curated pick of biobanking news, jobs, and events from across the globe. We hope you will find this enriching and valuable. Please do let us know your feedback on how we can improve this newsletter.
After two years, we are happy to announce the most awaited OpenSpecimen Community Meet – OSCON22. Join us to learn from posters and oral presentations by adopters, discussion on pain points, and training sessions on key features.
OSCON is an excellent opportunity to connect with fellow adopters from biobanks across the globe and developers at Krishagni.
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- OSCON22: Sept 19-20th, Missouri
- Recent webinar recording:
- New Customers:
- Mayo Clinic’s Living Breast Biobank studies role of BRCA1 in mammary progenitor cell division
- NIH launched INCLUDE Data Hub for down syndrome research
- Veteran Affairs MVP mega-biobank (US) joins NIH to advance genetic discoveries
- Phenomix Sciences (US) launches obesity biobanking registry
- Acutelines: Univ. of Groningen establish a biobank to understand acute diseases
- Al Jalila Foundation (Dubai) to launch the first robotic biobank in the UAE
- Dynamic consent has the potential to facilitate personalized medicine delivering on its goals
- Weill Cornell Medicine Study: A multidisciplinary approach to optimize primary prostate cancer biobanking
- COVID-19 surveillance at Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine biobank
- Scientist II: Frederick National Laboratory, Maryland
- Biobank Technician: Stanford University
- Translational Research Scientist: University of Kansas Medical Center
- Staff Research Associate II: UCLA Health
- Technician, Research Laboratory C: University of Pennsylvania
- OpenSpecimen User Conference (OSCON22): Sep 19-20 (St. Charles, USA)
- Nordic Biobanking Conference: Sep 6–8 (Sweden)
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