Improving interoperability and quality of data using OpenSpecimen

Following is a poster presented by the Victorian Cancer Biobank team on using OpenSpecimen for ‘Improving interoperability and quality of data’ at the ABNA 2019 conference. VCB has collected more than 600,000 biospecimens from a broad range of tumours, and approximately 423,000 biospecimens are currently in our inventory. OpenSpecimen was implemented as the biobank information […]

Washington University’s poster at ISBER conference

Following is a poster on the implementation and usage of OpenSpecimen at the Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM). David Mulvihill, Director of Informatics for Siteman Cancer Center, presented this poster at the ISBER 2019 Conference (Minneapolis). WUSM has been using OpenSpecimen for 10+ years as the “Enterprise” biospecimen management platform. Within WUSM, OpenSpecimen is […]

Biobanking as a Newsletter- August’19

Your monthly pick of biobanking buzz from the OpenSpecimen team. We are excited to announce our upcoming Annual Community Meetings in USA and Australia. Register ASAP to book your seats. Fresh of the Press Why open source matters in biobanking? (Written by Krishagni in collaboration with Johns Hopkins, Washington, Oxford and CBR (Nigeria) UK Biobank is […]

The Center for Bioethics and Research (Nigeria) Adopts OpenSpecimen’s ‘Community Edition’

The Center for Bioethics and Research (CBR) is a research and training institution in Nigeria committed to carrying out research, genomics and epidemiological studies on non-communicable diseases, including diabetes mellitus, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and nutrition. Furthermore, the Training Division of CBR provides international-standard bioethics training in collaboration with leading universities in Nigeria and other African […]