Case Study: Maximising Biospecimen and Data Utilisation by Developing Effective Informatics Systems: BioLINCC Case Study from NIH/NHLBI




In this presentation Elizabeth Wagner, Project Officer at the National Institute of Health, talks about:

  • The benefits and challenges of linking longitudinal clinical data, assay information and consent data at the vial level
  • Designing a secure, robust and flexible web based platform to provide online access to biospecimens and data
  • Developing and streamlining the processes to search and request biospecimens
  • Preparing to link to other repositories: developing a simple and flexible approach

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This video was filmed at the Global Biobanking Summit 2012.

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In this presentation Elizabeth Wagner, Project Officer at the National Institute of Health, talks about: The benefits and challenges of linking longitudinal clinical data, assay information and consent data at the vial level Designing a secure, robust and flexible web based platform to provide online access to biospecimens and data Developing and streamlining the processes to search and request biospecimens Preparing to link to other repositories: developing a simple and...
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