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ISBER 2019 REGIONAL MEETING PRESENTATIONS
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 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: BIOBANKING 101

Joanne Demchok, ISBER Tools Highligh: International Repository Locator
Helena Ellis, How to Write an Informed Consent Document
Kathi Shea, Cold Chain Management

 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4

 SYMPOSIUM 1: BRINGING IT BACK… TO THE COMMUNITY:
BANKING ON DIVERSITY & SHARING/ALL OF US SPOTLIGHT

Abasi Ene-Obong, Keynote Lecture –Increasing Precision in Medicine: Accessing the Most Genetically Diverse Continent
Aaron Goldenberg, The Networked Approach to Biorepository Science: Big Opportunities and Big Challenges
Karen Meagher, David Kotsonas, Betty Smith, Every Specimen has a Story: Engaging with Biobanking Community Advisory Boards

SYMPOSIUM 2: ALL ALONG THE WATCH TOWER: WEARABLE DATA TRACKING AND DIRECT TO CONSUMER GENETICS DATA

Azar Alizadeh, Wireless Health and Performance Monitoring Systems
Jorge Nieva, Digitizing the Patient: Objective Data that Complements Biobanks
Ellen Matloff, Direct-To-Consumer Genetic Testing: Promise, Pitfalls & Perils

SYMPOSIUM 3: DON’T THINK TWICE, IT’S ALRIGHT!
THERE ARE MANY ROADS TO SUSTAINABILITY

Keith Barker, Bell Museum of Natural History
Cole Drifka, Biorepository and Laboratory Services (BLS), University of Minnesota
Bharat Thyagarajan, Advanced Research and Diagnostics Laboratory, University of Minnesota
Mine Çiçek, Mayo Clinic Bioservices

SYMPOSIUM 4A: TANGLED UP IN TRYPAN BLUE:LIVING BIOBANKS

Tim Starr, PDX Mouse Models Integrated into a Precision Medicine Initiative for Ovarian Cancer
Yuksel Agca, Genome Resource Banking of Genetically Modified Rodents and Current Challenges
Jedediah Lewis, Developing an Off-The-Shelf Living Tissue Supply
Alptekin Aksan, Cryopreservation of Cells and Spores by Encapsulation

SYMPOSIUM 4B: “ALL I REALLY WANT TO DO”… IS SHARE DATA WITH YOU: REGULATIONS FOR DATA SHARING AND INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS

Heidi Beate Bentzen, “I Ain’t Lookin’ to Block You Up”: International Collaboration and Data Flow Under the EU GDPR
David Peloquin, Impact of US Privacy Law and GDPR on Data Sharing for Research Purposes
Scott Miller, Rapidly Evolving Challenges and Opportunities of Access and Benefit Sharing (Abs): Rules For Biodiversity Collections and Research

 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5

SYMPOSIUM 5: FOREVER YOUNG? BIOSPECIMEN
QUALITY TO ENSURE LONGEVITY 

Stephen Hewitt, Defining Quality in Tissue Biospecimens 
Elizabeth Duffy, What is the Role of Pre-Analytical Variables on Thrombosis Biomarkers in a Diverse Population of Cancer Patients?
Chad Borges, DELTA-S-CYS-ALBUMIN: A Lab Test that Quantifies Cumulative Exposure of Archived Human Blood Plasma and Serum Samples to Thawed Conditions

SYMPOSIUM 6A: SHELTER FROM THE STORM:
KEEPING BIOSPECIMENS ALIVE

Gregory Buck, The Rams Registry/Repository: Biobanking for Microbiome Research in Women’s Reproductive Health and Pregnancy
Rania Labib, Biobanks in LMIC: Global Efforts Needed to Foster Pediatric Cancer Research
Xuefeng Liu, Conditionally Reprogrammed Normal and Tumor Cells – A Living Biobank – For Precision Medicine

SYMPOSIUM 6B: INTEGRATING DIGITAL BIOSPECIMENS: DON’T LEAVE THEM  “BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND”

Anil Parwani, Advancing Digital Biobanking: Impact of Digital Pathology and Computational Pathology Tools
Michael Feldman, Digital Pathology and AI – Future Opportunities
Hamid Tizhoosh, Diagnostic Consensus through Image Search – Lessons Learned from Searching in TCGA Repository of Whole Slide Images
David Gutman, Establishing a Searchable Imaging Data Commons: Mining Digital Pathology and Tumor Imaging
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