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BBMRI.at

Biobanking and BioMolecular resources Research Infrastructure Austria

 

  • BBMRI.at is the Austrian National Node of the European biobanking research infrastructure BBMRI-ERIC.

  • BBMRI.at consists of and links Austrian universities and biobanks with the goal to establish a national biobanking research infrastructure for accelerating biomedical research.

 

BBMRI.at aims to establish a state-of-the-art biobanking infrastructure in Austria and to increase close cooperation and harmonization between biobanks. These are prerequisites to facilitating access and fostering the use of biological samples and data for academic and industrial research. Biologic samples and data collected in biobanks are valuable resources for innovations in personalized medicine, and development of biomarkers, diagnostics and therapeutics.  

 

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BBMRI.at was/is funded by the Austrian BMBFW

(GZ 10.470/0016-II/3/2013; BMBWF_10.470/0010-V/3c//2018)                      


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Joint Annual Meeting of National Nodes BBMRI.at, .it, cz., cy

SAVE THE DATE - Dec 9-11, 2019 | Graz, Austria


BBMRI.at Biobanking eNEWS

News and current affairs regarding biobanking - Apr-May 2019


New publication by BBMRI.at

Book chapter in "andbook of Biomarkers and Precision Medicine" (published May, 2019)


US Marshall delegation visits BBMRI.at

high-ranking US representatives at Medical University of Graz – May 22, 2019


New publication by BBMRI.at

Impact of fixatives on antigen retrieval and immunohistochemistry - May 2019