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EUROPE BIOBANK WEEK 2021

 

November 8-10, 2021 Virtual Congress
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  IP-01 Deployment of Automated Storage Systems Can Facilitate Large Scale Screening of COVID19 Variants Caroline Mackinnon Received Received
  PO-03 14 years at the service of nephrological research Laura Calleros Received Received
  PO-04 A Biobank is growing in Cyprus Valeria Pignataro Received Received
  PO-05 Partnership between University and Industry as a trigger for the implementation of precision oncology into clinical practice Anna Michalska-Falkowska Received Received
  PO-06 Contribution of exposure to adverse childhood life events on risk of hospitalization in older age: A Mayo Clinic Biobank study Euijung Ryu Received Received
  PO-08 Antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 in the Cypriot population Constantinos Deltas Received Received
  PO-09 Personalised medicine perspectives revealed by The Thousand Polish Genomes Project - the first national database of Polish variant allele frequencies Elzbieta Kaja Received Received
  PO-10 Use of a natural language algorithm to identify existing genetic test results in the Mayo Clinic Biobank Liwei Wang Received Received
  PO-12 How Biobanks Can Support Personalized Medicine Erin Quinn Received Received
  PO-13 Biobanking in the Era of Personalized Medicine Advancing Biomarker Discovery in Uro-Oncology Sangita Paul Received Received
  PO-14 Imaging biobanks: a systematic review Jorge Shortrede Received Received
  PO-16 Cell biobanks as a source of reliable biological material for research Anna Chróscicka Received Received
  PO-17 Using Next-Generation Sequencing of the lung cancer samples as control of in vitro culture conditions for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Kacper Szafraniec Received Received
  PO-18 Assessment of vitamin D concentration in blood, among inhabitants of the Swietokrzyskie voivodeship Sylwia Knap Received Received
  PO-20 Development of a generic data protection concept for biobanking in the clinical context as basement for precision medicine Petra Duhm-Harbeck Received Received
  PO-21 National coordination of biobanking related to covid-19 Elisabeth Norén Received Received
  PO-22 The ISBER/ASCP BOC Qualification in Biorepository Science (QBRS) Examination Samantha Wale Received Received
  PO-23 Update of ISBER BAT Based on ISBER Best Practices 4th and Addendum on LN2 Based Cryogenic Storage Samantha Wale Received Received
  PO-24 Type of oxygen culture conditions as valuable data for cell research Anna Choloniewska Received Received
  PO-25 Elevating biobanks towards harmonization and quality with the Swiss Biobanking Quality Manual Aline Dousse Received Received
  PO-26 Public-private biobank partnership: A win-win collaboration in the making Joséphine Uldry Received Received
  PO-27 Biobank Iridium Network: start-up and Quality Management System (QMS) development Mieke De Wilde Received Received
  PO-29 Quality management in times of COVID-19: Remote audits as tool to assess sample quality for NAPKON Andrea Kuehn-Steven Received Received
  PO-30 Development of Quality Management in BBMRI.pl- 5-year summary of harmonized solution implementation within Polish Biobanking Network Agnieszka Matera-Witkiewicz Received Received
  PO-31 Review and protocols optimization for sustainable DNA quality assessment in Biobanking Teresa Botta-Orfila Received Received
  PO-32 Hemolysis as a quality control parameter in a biobank Micha&322; Laskowski Received Received
  PO-34 The development of an inventory system for non-automated cooling systems Martina Oberlnder Received Received
  PO-35 GBN tissue round robin test: The results of the third round Carolin Kaufhold-Wedel Received Received
  PO-36 German Biobank Alliance (GBA): E-learning modules for technical personnel to enhance biospecimen quality Johanna Schiller Received Received
  PO-37 Organizational structure of Polish biobanks Anna Chroscicka Received Received
  PO-38 Quality Evaluation of Motile Sperm Samples for Biobanking Purposes Sahar Jahangiri Received Received
  PO-39 Dewar choice is important for temporary storage of biospecimen in liquid nitrogen at satellite collection centers Tanja Niedermair Received Received
  PO-40 Ethical challenges on the path between biobanks and digital pathology Ma&322;gorzata Wito&324; Received Received
  PO-41 Ethical and social challenges of the use of telemedicine in rural areas: a study from Spain Joaquín Sarrión Received Received
  PO-42 Trusted data environment for biobanks and other shareholders including patients Christoph Pacher Received Received
  PO-43 A provenance standard for life sciences - Enabling reliable, reproducible and traceable research Joerg Geiger Received Received
  PO-44 Towards efficient data management of biobank, health register and research data: the use-case of BBMRI-ERIC Latvian National Node Anastasija Nikiforova Received Received
  PO-45 Semantic web application for organizing and federated querying of biobank data Dalia Alghamdi Received Received
  PO-46 Designing a national federated catalogue: Onboarding organizations with diverging expectations Khalil Klouche Received Received
  PO-47 Automated conditional withdrawal improves sample delivery time from months to weeks Pradeepa Pangigadde Received Received
  PO-48 Biomedical research using residual material what does the patient want? Delphine Eeckhout Received Received
  PO-49 Patients and their active role in COVID-19 research - The COVID-19 Convalescent Cohort Veronika Perz Received Received
  PO-50 Health research with data and biosamples in a time of privacy: what information do patients want? Miriam Beusink Received Received
  PO-51 Public website www.biobanken.nl: transparency for patients and public Miriam Beusink Received Received
  PO-53 Approaching Our Donors to Offer Better Solutions Tatiana Cordoba Received Received
  PO-54 Requirements for a Biobank Portal to Communicate with Donors Johann Eder Received Received
  PO-55 Cultural factors in decision making process of donating human biological material Anita Majchrowska Received Received
  PO-56 Psychosocial factors associated with lower and higher results in BANKS scale Jakub Pawlikowski Received Received
  PO-57 Spreading the word about biobanking and precision medicine: Dissemination strategies of the BRoTHER-Biobank Network Deborah Seidler Received Received
  PO-60 How to improve the collection of biobank consents and samples from pediatric patients Janita Niemel Received Received
  PO-61 BAHOP BIOBANK IN PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY: WHATS NEW AFTER A 5-YEAR JOURNEY? Denis Marino Received Received
  PO-62 BioCF: the French cohorts biobank Hélène Blanché Received Received
  PO-63 CRYOSTEM biocollection : a unique resource in Europe from Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) patients Juliette Canard Received Received
  PO-64 COVID-19 autopsy and biomaterial register Baden-Wrttemberg Progression & Update Isabel Klein Received Received
  PO-65 Establishment of a COVID19 biobank in Northern Italy during public health emergency. Rosanna Cardani Received Received
  PO-66 Biobanking on demand COVID-19-associated cohorts Veronika Perz Received Received
  PO-67 COVIDBANK: Achievements and challenges one year after COVID-19 spread Teresa Botta-Orfila Received Received
  PO-69 Collection Acquisition and Culling: How to Balance and Increase the Impact of Biobanks? Rocío Aguilar-Quesada Received Received
  PO-70 Serum samples from population-based collection as a tool to monitor the course of COVID-19 pandemic in Lower Silesia Magdalena Grodecka Received Received
  PO-71 Development of a dynamic informed consent system for Latvian national biobank and citizen science data management, quality control and integration Vita Rovite Received Received
  PO-72 Equitable Participation in Biobanks: Diversity and Inclusion in Population-Based Cohorts to Power Global Biobanking Ana Bolanos Received Received
  PO-73 SIMPLER, a unique longitudinal cohort biobank - A gold mine for population-based research. Marina Mola-Caminal Received Received
  PO-74 Identification of variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus causing COVID-19 disease in the Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship. Michal Karpeta Received Received
  PO-75 Determination of cardiac biomarkers in order to create a report evaluating health of inhabitants of Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship Ilona Sychowska Received Received
  PO-76 The Swiss Spinal Cord Injury Biobank platform for cohort study nested projects and RCTs Ramona Schaniel Received Received
  PO-77 SETTING UP THE EPILEPSY BIOBANK IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE CENTER, MEDICAL UNIVERSITY SOFIA TO TACKLE DIAGNOSTIC PROBLEMS AND FOSTER FUTURE RESEARCH Nevyana Ivanova Received Received
  PO-78 Extended phenotype studies in carriers and potentially affected individuals of ed lysosomal storage diseases among the participants of the Estonian Biobank Ellen Rebecca Kruuse Received Received
  PO-79 Its Imperative to be Intuitive How to lower the threshold for access to samples Christian Bruzelius Received Received
  PO-80 Should special category of personal data need more protection? Results of Polish social research and GDPR Dorota Krekora-Zaj&261;c Received Received
  PO-82 Ethical and legal challenges of secondary use of data under the GDPR and national provisions: the promotion of common good in scientific research Joaquín Sarrión Esteve Received Received
  PO-83 Cross-border research in the light of Article 9 para. lit. j) GDPR Toni Fickentscher Received Received
  PO-84 A WORKABLE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR MULTICENTRE AND MULTINATIONAL BIOBANK-BASED RESEARCH: WHERE ARE WE IN 2021? SARA CASATI Received Received
  PO-85 Archived tissues specimens and retention obligation of the healthcare institution. Antonella Mirabile Received Received
  PO-86 Challenges for Ethics coordination in a large Cohort Network experiences in the German National Pandemic Cohort Network NAPKON Bettina Lorenz-Depiereux Received Received
  PO-87 Harmonization of regulatory and governance documents and structures between large German Biobanks and MII data integration centers Paula Bollmann Received Received
  PO-88 A presentation of Why an MTA is required and rules governing this and a live case study. Balwir Matharoo-Ball Received Received
  PO-89 Cost-recovery assessment: the proposal of CRESM Biobank Paola Valentino Received Received
  PO-90 Challenges in Utilizing Biobanks and Efforts to Solve Them in Japan Mizuki MORITA Received Received
  PO-92 Infotainment by the German Biobank Node (GBN): Quality management made accessible and easy Christiane Hartfeldt Received Received
  PO-93 The BBMRI-ERIC ELSI Knowledge Base 2.0: hot topics, challenges and solutions Mónica Cano Abadía Received Received
  PO-94 Development of a client portal for the Andalusian Public Health System (SSPA) Biobank management system (nSIBAI) in real time Ana María Sánchez-López Received Received
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