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Biobanking and Sample Management Strategies Conference

03 Dec 2012 - 05 Dec 2012 - San Diego, USA



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Delegates will attend this program to hear about strategies and best practices for collecting, cataloging, and storing samples and specimens crucial to the research they are conducting. Key topics will include deciphering and following industry best practices from NIH and ISBER for sample storage, and FDA regulations for biobanks and repositories, understanding the impact of global regulations, and adopting strategies to choose the best off-site vendor to store samples long-term.

Audience:

Senior Level Executives working in:

-Biobanking/biorepositories

-Sample/specimen management

-Clinical trial data management

-Bioanalytics

-Translational Medicine

-Laboratory automation

-Tissue banks



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