Submission

Are you ready to start your online submission for the Europe Biobank Week
to be held from 13-16 September 2016 in Vienna, Austria?

If you submit your abstract (oral or poster presentation) before July 15th,

you will benefit of the early bird registration discount

Important dates

 

March 31, 2016 - Abstract submission opening

July 15,  2016 - Extension abstract submission deadline for oral presentation

July 15, 2016 - Abstract submission deadline for poster presentation

 

Do you want to submit an abstract and join your peers?

 

First create your submission profile, then submit your abstract(s)

(submissions have to be made in english only - Abstract content: max 250 words)

(1) Abstracts for Poster presentation MUST BE submitted for the following categories:

  • Biospecimen Research
  • Education & Standards
  • ELSI
  • Informatics
  • Management
  • New Technology
  • Organisation Profiles
  • Enviro-Bio

(2) Abstract for oral presentation must be submitted for the following parallel sessions:

  • [A] INNO – Innovative concepts and ideas for biobanking
    • A1 : Pitch your innovation concept / idea
    • A2 : Practical issues – ask the experts
    • A3 : Biobanking for beginners
    • A4 : Business planning
    • A5 : Biobanking in the spotlight – International standards and future perspectives
    • A6 : Biobanking for experts
    • A7 : Biobanking governance
    • A8 : Biobanking in the spotlight -International partnership
    • A9 : Biobanking to preserve the biodiversity of species
    • A10 : Biobanking meets regulatory

     

  • [B] PATIENTS – Putting patients into the center of the health innovation process
    • B1 : Participation of patients and public in biobanking
    • B2 : ELSI issues – practical
    • B3 : Patients to learn from: bridging between science and healthcare
    • B4 : From donors to biobanking – from biobanks to patients
    • B5 : Ethics cafe: “Sharing results with donors”
    • B6 : New concepts and tools for public engagement
    • B7 : Biobanking and industry
    • B8 : What will change under the upcoming GDPR?

     

  • [C] DATA – Data in biobanking – An emerging new era for data management
    • C1 : Medical imaging and biobanking (radiology and digital pathology)
    • C2 : How to implement data protection – IT tools
    • C3 : Biobanks as data and knowledge infrastructures
    • C4 : Multi-omics data integration / visualization
    • C5 : Integration of routine clinical data into research/biobanks

     

  • [D] BIOMARKERS – Building bridges through biomarkers
    • D1 : Biobanks for biomarker validation
    • D2 : Biobanks and personalized medicine: clinical trials and innovation
    • D3 : Companion diagnostics: how can biobanks support their development?
    • D4 : Networking across European medical societies for enhancing translational medicine (workshop)
    • D5 : Precision medicine and quality issues

     

  • [E] QM – Quality management
    • E1 : Improved output quality of human biological material across European biobanks
    • E2 : Sample integrity and quality assured biobanking
    • E3 : QMS, a tool to improve performance

     

  • [F] LPC – BBMRI-LPC Forum Meeting
    • F1 : Infrastructure policies in widening countries?
    • F2 : How BBMRI-ERIC can support emerging biobanks?
    • F3 : a) Use of EU structural funds for establishment of biobanks – b) New support mechanisms for biobanks in widening countries
    • F4 : Infrastructure policies in widening countries?

     

  • [G] Biobanking for environmental and biodiversity research
    • G1 : Environmental Specimen Banks
    • G2 : Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN)