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  • OpenSpecimen Webinar: Project Tracker Implementation at Washington University

    #1

    We are happy to bring you the next webinar from our “OpenSpecimen Introductory Webinar” series.

    Dave Mulvihill, Director Informatics, Washington University will present how their Tissue Procurement Core (TPC) uses OpenSpecimen’s “Project Tracker” module to streamline biobank “Projects and Requests” - eliminating cumbersome Excels and relying on emails.

    WU is one of the oldest and largest adopters of OpenSpecimen. OpenSpecimen is used by 100+ users across ~50 research groups, including the TPC and Alliance Trial.

    Date/Time: Feb 24 | 10AM CT

    To Register: Click here

    Highlights of OpenSpecimen at WU:

    • Using OpenSpecimen since 2008
    • Managing 2+ million biospecimens
    • Integrated with BioMS and REDCap (Read case study)
    • Usage of Project Tracker plugin

    Webinar Agenda:

    • Introduction to OpenSpecimen (20 mins, Poornima)
    • Use of Project Tracker in WU (30 mins, Dave)
    • Conclusion and questions (10 mins)

    Feel free to register even if you are busy at this time or in a different timezone, we will share a recording of the webinar.

    #2

    A reminder to register for our upcoming webinar with the good folks at Washington University.

    To make it more productive for the attendees, we have added an interview session with the “OpenSpecimen Implementation Team” at WU. This is a good chance to learn from one of the oldest OpenSpecimen adopters about their best practices and processes.

    Date/time: Feb 24 | 10AM CT

    For agenda and registration: Click here

    #3

    Thanks for attending the OpenSpecimen Webinar with Washington University.

    For those who missed it, you can access the recordings here:

    1. Interview session with Dave Mulvihill and Lee Myrick: Understand the workflows, processes, and best practices they follow in implementing OpenSpecimen.

    2. Webinar: How WU Tissue Procurement Core uses OpenSpecimen’s “Project Tracker” module to streamline biobank “Projects and Requests” - eliminating cumbersome Excels and relying on emails.

    Upcoming webinar: Mar 17th, 3 PM CET

    Register for our upcoming webinar with a European research center - FIND Diagnostics (Geneva) on “Managing biospecimens for multi-site clinical studies”. Register even if you cannot attend, we will send you the recording.

    Thanks,
    Sharvari