Case Studies

This case study describes the adoption of OpenSpecimen at one of the biggest biobanks in gastroenterology (GI) cancer in an academic center in Pittsburgh. Prior

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

The Tumor Tissue and Biospecimen Bank (TTAB) at the University of Pennsylvania (Upenn) collects and stores biospecimens for lung cancer, breast cancer, hematologic malignancies, head

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+

Current Adoption Status 67 collection protocols used OpenSpecimen Published 67 peer-reviewed articles Supported 20 grants Manages 391,720 specimens for 38,813 study participants 110,969 specimens are

The Oxford Biobank is a population-based biorepository. They currently hold over 400,000  biological samples collected across 20+ studies. Their collection includes biospecimens and data from

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,

Webinar on CAP Accreditation by University of California, Davis Biorepository Introduction The University of California, Davis (UC Davis), is one of the top public universities in

 Interview with OpenSpecimen Implementation team at Washinton University  Introduction Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM) is a leading research institution located in the vibrant

Background The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) translates research into health solutions for the community. SAHMRI is an integrated facility in the heart of