By: Poornima Govindrao, Product Manager, OpenSpecimen
Description: Learn how to create advanced reports, pivot tables, calculated fields, hierarchical queries, sub-queries, etc. using OpenSpecimen’s powerful reporting module.
By: Anna Mantoski, Biobank Data Scientist, FIND Diagnostics
Description: Anna talks about how they manage multicenter collections using OpenSpecimen and how the OpenClinica-OpenSpecimen plugin helped them streamline their workflow.
Description: Dave talks about how their Tissue Procurement Core (TPC) uses OpenSpecimen’s “Project Tracker” module to streamline biobank “Projects and Requests” – eliminating cumbersome Excels and relying on emails.
By: Coleen Damcott, Director, University of Maryland Medical (UMM) Biorepository
Description: Coleen talks about the implementation of OpenSpecimen for high throughput specimen collection and integration with Hamilton BiOS robotics freezer.
By: Irmi Feldman, Biorepository Manager, University of California (Davis) Pathology Biorepository
Description: Irmi talks about OpenSpecimen implementation at the University of California Davis Pathology Biorepository and how they achieved CAP Accreditation.
Description: Dave Mulvihill, Director Informatics, and Lee Ann Myrick, Clinical Informaticist, Washington University talk about the workflows, processes, and best practices they follow in implementing OpenSpecimen.
Description: The Mouse Biology Program (MBP) of the University of California, Davis (UCD) is the largest academic program in the world. MBP is a member of the NIH-funded Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Centers (MMRRC). The network collects and characterizes gene-modified and genetic knockout lab mice, and makes them available to 800 researchers at over 400 institutions in 42 countries around the globe.
Description: The Victorian Cancer Biobank network consists of five tissue bank sites and four repositories across a network of 26 hospitals within Victoria. They provide a diverse range of tissue and blood products to support local, national and international research communities.
Description: The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine adopted OpenSpecimen in 2016 as a scalable solution for biospecimen information management. They are currently managing about 391,720 specimens for 38,813 study participants in OpenSpecimen.