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Global Biobanking Conference

07 May 2014 - 08 May 2014 - London, UK



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With Biobanking becoming increasingly important with the rise of biologic and personalised medicine making sure you can get the most out of your samples is key.

The conference will allow you to understand cross border regulatory requirements, the impact of the pending EU regulations, consent, efficient storage and tracking strategies to ensure quality will allow you to move forward with your research and improve your drug discovery process.

We bring together leaders from industry, academia and institutions from across the globe facilitating learning and development to maximise your research opportunities.

Representatives from the UK Biobank, ISBER and Astrazeneca and many others highlight the newest and most innovative advances in the industry.

2014 co-located Global Biobanking alongside the Compound Management meeting bringing together all the key players under one roof!



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