Washington University’s poster at ISBER conference

Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM) is one of the top institutions in the USA. They are committed to human healthcare research. WUSM has been using OpenSpecimen for 10+ years as the “Enterprise” biospecimen management platform. Within WUSM, OpenSpecimen is used by ~100 users across ~50 sites, including the Tissue Procurement Core (TPC), Alliance Trial, and other disease-based biorepositories.

The TPC is a centralized biorepository that collects, processes, and stores human biospecimens for biomedical research. Currently, the TPC contains 2+ million specimens, being managed using OpenSpecimen.

Refer to the 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).

 

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