Swiss Biobanking Platform (SBP) is an initiative of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) established as the national coordination and reference platform for biobanking activities in all fields of research. It responds to the needs of the research community in terms of coordination and harmonization of biobanking activities by increasing visibility and achieving high quality, transparency, accessibility and interoperability of biobanks. To achieve this, SBP provides a variety of services to the research community and access to BBMRI-ERIC as the Swiss node.
SBP and SNSF invite the research community to a Workshop on «Quality in Biobanking», March 11 2019 in Bern. The Workshop will specially be dedicated to identifying the necessary conditions to make data archiving and high sample quality possible and on how to achieve them. At the workshop, you will actively participate in shaping the future portfolio of SBP within the Swiss research landscape.
Please register to this Workshop until March 1st 2019 and indicate the workshop you are interested to participate in.
welcome & REGISTRATION
- SNSF policies on Data Quality and Biobanking
Dr. Ayşim Yılmaz — Head of the Biology and Medicine division, SNSF, Bern
- SBP in the Swiss and European research landscape
Prof. Antoine Geissbühler – SBP President
- SBP workplan
Dr. Christine Currat – SBP Executive Director
Workshops on the Quality of Biobanks
Biobank sustainability and sample quality
Prof. Carlo Largiadèr — SBP Working Group Liquid Biobanking head
With the support of Sofiane Nacia — SBP Quality officer
Biobank interoperability and data quality
Prof. Antoine Geissbühler — SBP President
With the support of Julien Virzi — SBP BIMS project manager
Biobank governance and interaction with other research partners
Prof. Aurel Perren — SBP Vice-President
With the support of Dr. Sabine Bavamian — SBP Governance manager
- Workshop Conclusions
By workshop chairs
By Prof. Antoine Geissbühler and Dr. Ayşim Yılmaz
End of the meeting
The registrations are closed.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On March 11, 2019.
The event will start at 9:30 with the registration and a welcome coffee and will end around 15:45.
The event will be held at the Plenary Hall at the SNSF in Bern.
The participation is free of charge.