Biobank Cohort Forum
Webinar series organised by Biobank Sweden and Cohorts.se.
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Is storage on a dry matrix a viable option in clinical research and an alternative to discarding sample collections?
Speaker: Ulf Gyllensten, Professor at Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology, Uppsala University.
A conventional ultra-low temperature freezer uses approximately 20 kWh of energy per day, as much as an average small household. Could sample storage on filter paper, a compact, low-cost alternative, provide more sustainable biobanking? What kind of analyses are possible with filter paper samples, and what kind of analyses are not? Is filter paper an alternative when sample collections otherwise need to be discarded?
Ulf Gyllensten has assessed the performance of different filter papers for storage of for example plasma. In this webinar, Ulf will give an overview of his own experiences followed by an open discussion and Q&A among webinar participants.
Date: April 11, 2024
Time: 12:00-13:00 (Central European Time)
About: The webinar is free of charge and will be live-streamed.
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EP4: Proteomics at Population Scale: Early findings from the UK Biobank Pharma Proteomics Project
In our fourth episode, we focus on early findings from the UK Biobank Pharma Proteomics Project and the possibilities for proteomics research using large population cohorts.
Cynthia Lawley, Director of Population Health at Olink
Dr. Chris D. Whelan, Director, Data Science, Neuropsychiatry at Johnson & Johnson
EP2: Harmonizing research data: what should we keep in mind?
In this episode of the Biobank Cohort Forum, Dr. Isabel Fortier who is leading the Maelstrom Research Platform shares some of her knowledge regarding harmonization of research data.
Dr. Isabel Fortier, Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre
EP1: The new Swedish National Biobank Registry:
What’s there? Can any human study now be turned into a biobank study?
In this episode of the Biobank Cohort Forum, Hanna Fransson presents the Swedish National Biobank Registry (SBR) and Dr. Andrea Ganna shares some of his experiences of biobank research in Finland.
Hanna Fransson, Regional Biobank Centre (RBC) Mellansverige
Dr. Andrea Ganna, Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland, University of Helsinki