Highly Configurable Biobanking LIMS

Track biospecimens from collection to utilization for any type of collection.

Collect high-quality data based on your research needs (like smoking history, breast pathology annotations, genetics, lab tests, etc) and use our powerful reporting module to get data out.

Easily integrate with other databases or instruments like REDCap, Epic, Oncore, Hamilton BiOS, etc.

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The user interface is extremely intuitive and streamlined the data entry flow - so that real-time data entry is possible. We were also impressed by the querying and reporting module. We find the developers to be responsive and helpful with any issues, questions, or requests that arise.

-Tara McSherry-Hurst, University of Pennsylvania (USA)

We use OpenSpecimen to track sample use and to find specimens for UC Davis researchers. With its extensive configurability and ability to create whatever custom data entry forms are needed, OpenSpecimen is just perfect for us.

-Irmgard Feldman, University of California (Davis, USA)

OpenSpecimen’s flexible user interface (UI) works very well for the different biorepositories and workflows at our institution. The ability to easily configure the user interface creates streamlined ‘screens’ so technicians spend less time entering data.

-David Mulvihill, Washington University (St. Louis, USA)

OpenSpecimen is a cost-effective solution for us. We were previously locked into proprietary software. With extremely large upgrade costs which we were not able to meet. This is no longer the case with the increasing use of open-source software solutions.

-John Miller, Oxford Biobank (UK)

We have been very impressed with the level of professionalism and expertise of the OpenSpecimen team in understanding the complex requirements of biobanking. They were genuinely interested in listening to our needs and finding the solutions that met our expectations.

-Maggie Ling, Victoria Cancer Biobank (Melbourne)