After a tough couple of years, the world is limping back to normalcy. The pandemic is not over, but this festive season certainly feels more cheerful than the last. In India, we celebrate Diwali (the festival of lights, food, and fireworks) and will be followed by Thanksgiving and Christmas in the rest of the world.
We at Krishagni wish everyone a happy and safe festivities!
Here is your monthly curated pick of biobanking news, jobs, and events from across the globe. We hope you will find this enriching and valuable. Please do let us know your feedback on how we can improve this newsletter.
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- Case Study: “OpenSpecimen Implementation at PRECISE Network (Africa)”
- Thyroid Cancer and Tumor Collaborative Registry (TCCR) – Paper published an OpenSpecimen Customer – University of Nebraska
- New customers this month:
- St. Luke’s Health Systems (Idaho, USA)
- University of Adelaide (Australia)
- PathWest Labs (Perth, Australia)
- AIDS and Cancer Specimen Resource’s SOP for emergency shutdown and reopening of biobanks
- Cleveland Clinic open state-of-the-art biorepository
- A national Irish biobank for COVID-19 research
- QAI issues first accreditation certificate to National Liver Disease Biobank (India)
- Biobanking: Strengthening Uganda’s rapid response to COVID-19 and other epidemics
- Equine Biobank Manager – University of Pennsylvania
- Research Scientist 1 – University of Washington
- Program Manager – CHRISTUS Virtual Biobank (Irving, Texas)
- Technical Assistant – Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (Melbourne)
- Medical Scientist: Grade 1 – Monash Health (Melbourne)
- Biobank Coordinator – Monash Health (Melbourne)
- Research Technician – Southampton General Hospital (U.K)
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