Europe Biobank Week 2019 takes place in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre on the Baltic coast of northern Germany. Lübeck was founded in 1143 and is the former capital and Queen City of the Hanseatic League – the major medieval trading network of northern Europe and beyond. The organizers have negotiated discounted rates at several hotels located in the near proximity of the venue. Book your accommodation in advance and benefit from the preferential rates!
Three best ranked posters:
– PS3-5 Status of the FarGen-infrastructure (K.Aplo);
– PS5A-6 Sustainable biobanking in the Netherlands: best practices, value and a sustainable infrastructure (R.Van der Stijl);
– PS9B-12 Returning genetic data to participants of Estonian Genome Center (N.Tonisson).
Thank you all for your contribution.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Travel Fellowship:
Ms. Deepika Trehan, National Institute of Pathology, India;
Mr. Enock Wekiya, National Tuberculosis Reference Laboratory, Uganda.
The deadline for eraly-bird registration has been extended to July 7th. Register now and benefit from the discount rate.
The late-breaking abstract submission for the Europe Biobank Week 2018 is closed.
We are happy to announce that we received 222 submissions.
Late submissions will be accepted until April 9th.