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|The mission of BioSHaRE is to ensure the development of harmonized measures and standardized computing infrastructures.||BioSHaRE is a collaborative project that has been developed by investigators of a large range of disciplines. The collaborative activities of nine specialist work packages will enable the achievement of the project.||In order to achieve its objectives BioSHaRE will work in close collaboration with partner legacy biobanks.|
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01/27/2016 - 16:30
07/28/2015 - 09:00 to 17:00
06/09/2015 - 09:00 to 06/11/2015 - 17:00
05/06/2015 - 13:00
11/03/2014 - 09:00 to 11/05/2014 - 17:00
The International Biobanking Summit II, Tuesday, September 17, was co-organized by BioSHaRE, P3G, BBMRI, ISBER, ESBB and BBMRI-LPC. This meeting congregated scientists to address issues critical to optimizing international research from human biobanks and provide excellent opportunities for networking. Find the presentations and report.
Join us on Thursday November 21st at the BioSHaRE educational session from 15:30-17:30 and enjoy a drink afterwards in the World Forum restaurant from 17:30-18:30.
With BioSHaRE investigators working in 17 partner institutes and 18 biobanks from across Europe and Canada, the third BioSHaRE annual meeting from November 4-6, 2013 offered the opportunity to discuss in detail the work within the Work Packages and Core Projects, as well as informing the wider BioSHaRE community of the results.
Find the agenda and presentations now online.
BBMRI-ERIC Inauguration Conference
International Biobanking Summit II
1st Annual BBMRI-LPC Forum Meeting
September 16-18, 2013
On September 16-18, 2013, the BBMRI-ERIC Inauguration Conference, the second International Biobanking Summit II and the 1st Annual BBMRI-LPC Forum Meeting will be held in Graz, Austria.
We congratulate ORCID on the recent launch of the organization's first-generation contributor/researcher ID service. Like many others who have been following and actively supporting ORCID, we are excited by the potential this should offer for improved identification-related functionality in the biomedical research and healthcare domains.