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Transforming the Connectivity of Global Biospecimen Data: Collaborative Industry, Academic and CRO Approaches.

For most research enterprises, data related to biological specimens is collected and archived in disparate databases, in non-standard formats and across many different locations around the world. New collaborative research models which encourage sample asset sharing within and across biopharmaceutical enterprises, academic medical research institutions, clinical research organizations, government and non-profit research foundations are challenging […]

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The Future of Automated Liquid Nitrogen Storage

The storage of biological cells and other samples within liquid nitrogen tanks enables valuable protection for these vital research assets. The challenge with managing samples within LN2 is the labor intensive and manual process required by biobank personnel to locate, retrieve and safely transport these samples. The possible impact of temperature excursions during sample retrieval to […]

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Using Genetics to Propel Olympic Greatness

With the exponential increase in direct to consumer genetic testing in the last decade, many have taken advantage of their genetics to discover more about about their genealogy and predispositions to health conditions. With increasingly novel genetics applications, we arrive closer to living in the era of “the quantified self”. Athletigen’s sports genetics platform offers […]

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End to End Sample Management in an outsourced environment

Traditionally CROs (Clinical Research Organizations) focus on clinical trial set-up and execution. Data captured in systems such as IRT (interactive response technology – also known as IVR/IWR), laboratory databases and EDC (Electronic Data Capture) systems deployed during clinical trial execution are usually locked after the last patient has completed the trial and data are cleaned […]

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DIA US 2016

DIA US 2016 June 26-30, 2016 Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA Find us at booth 1450

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Festival of Genomics

Festival of Genomics June 27-29 Boston Convention & Exhibition Centre,  Boston, MA

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International Society for Stem Cell Research

International Society for Stem Cell Research At the heart of the stem cell community is the ISSCR Annual Meeting – a place where breakthrough science, global collaboration, and researchers across the breath of the field come together. The ISSCR Annual Meeting offers the best opportunity to collaborate with leaders and peers from around the world […]

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European Society of Human Genetics 2016 Conference

European Society of Human Genetics 2016 Conference May 21-24 Booth 248 Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

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IQPC Global Biobanking

IQPC Global Biobanking May 10 – 12,  2016 Hilton London Olympia, London, United Kingdom http://www.globalbiobanking.com/sponsors    

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Precision medicine in action toward a cure to Crohn’s disease

For the 1.6 million Americans suffering from Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, health management is a constant battle.  It is unclear why people develop inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), and there is no known cure.  One thing doctors and patients are certain of is that current therapies are inadequate and treatment is inconsistently administered. In order […]

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