Develop Your Biobank by Optimising Sample Quality & Making Robust Use of Your Samples
3 days, 2 co-located events, 120+ attendees, 1 site visit and 10 never seen before case studies = 1 BIG opportunity to evolve your biobank...
With specificity the end game, sharing genotypic and phenotypic data is no longer a pipe dream, but a reality for increasing the value, quality and usability of biological samples globally. We truly are entering the next generation of biobanking where those that implement new technology and techniques the fastest stand to reap the biggest rewards.
This year's Global Biobanking event is again paired up with the 14th annual Compound and Sample Management conference to give you access to 30+ world leaders in the field. With numerous networking sessions focused on collaboration and a site visit to show you a practical approach, this remains THE place to come to evolve your biobanking strategy.
The 2016 Brochure is now available - download it today!
Never before seen case studies and exclusive scientific sessions enable you to:
For the full speaker and session line up, please download the 2016 Brochure here. Alternatively, to save a space at the conference at the early bird rate, register here!
“Very valuable as I was able to meet individuals who face similar challenges” Tissue Bank Operations Manager, Queen Mary University of London
“It was great for me to evaluate if my company is well positioned compared to the other big pharma in the biobanking area” Biobank Team Leader, Novartis
“For me as a relative newcomer to the field this event was really of high value to me” Assay Technology Expert, Bayer Pharma
“An excellent and heterogenous list of speakers talking about all the different aspects related to biobanking. A very good opportunity for networking” Senior scientist and IT specialist, Auria Biobank
“Very good presentations” Director research infrastructure, Inserm
“Excellent and very interesting, and side events were cool” R&D Privacy Officer, Sanofi
“Valuable, took somethings with me back home. Networking opportunities were good” Project Manager, Lifelines