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== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
*[http://www.geneticalliance.org/biobank.bootcamp Registry Boot Camp] training sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of what is needed to establish and maintain a registry.  
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*[http://www.geneticalliance.org/sites/default/files/eventsarchive/2012bootcampagenda.pdf Registry Boot Camp] training sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of what is needed to establish and maintain a registry.  
 
:*Sessions:
 
:*Sessions:
 
::*New York - March 7, 2011.  
 
::*New York - March 7, 2011.  
 
::*Bethesda ([http://www.geneticalliance.org/25celebration Genetic Alliance 25th Annual Conference]) - June 26, 2011  
 
::*Bethesda ([http://www.geneticalliance.org/25celebration Genetic Alliance 25th Annual Conference]) - June 26, 2011  
*A [http://www.geneticalliance.org/biobank.bulletin monthly bulletin] to keep you you informed of developments in the biobanking field.  
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*A [http://geneticalliance.org/about/mailinglist/biobank Monthly Bulletin] to keep you you informed of developments in the biobanking field.  
*A [http://biobank.org/Weekly_Tips weekly tip series] focused on registries and biobanks. These tips are designed for advocacy organizations in all stages on the journey of creating and cultivating a registry or biobank.
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*A [http://biobank.org/Weekly_Tips Weekly Tip Series] focused on registries and biobanks. These tips are designed for advocacy organizations in all stages on the journey of creating and cultivating a registry or biobank.
  
 
==== Webinars ====
 
==== Webinars ====

Revision as of 13:03, 5 March 2014

Organizations

BioBank Central
Provides an overall description of biobanking including why biobanks are needed and how they work.
email: info@biobankcentral.org
Genetic Alliance Registry and BioBank
Genetic Alliance Registry and BioBank (GARB) has developed resources tailored for organizations interested in establishing or already managing a registry and/or biobank. GARB is a repository for the standardized collection, storage, and distribution of biological samples and clinical data for research purposes.
Phone: 202.966.5557 x201
Email: sterry@geneticalliance.org or lhorn@geneticalliance.org

Resources

  • Registry Boot Camp training sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of what is needed to establish and maintain a registry.
  • Sessions:
  • A Monthly Bulletin to keep you you informed of developments in the biobanking field.
  • A Weekly Tip Series focused on registries and biobanks. These tips are designed for advocacy organizations in all stages on the journey of creating and cultivating a registry or biobank.

Webinars

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