Join us for the Virtual Edition of the annual Europe Biobank Week conference: "Biobanking for Global Challenges!"
Europe Biobank Week 2020 will take place between 17-20 November in a virtual format for the first time. The largest biobanking conference in Europe will be fully digitized this year! The conference is a joint effort of ESBB and BBMRI-ERIC. Last year’s edition in Lübeck saw the largest number of abstracts submitted (over 280) and over 750 professionals came together to discuss, network, engage, and promote knowledge around biobanking.
This year’s edition will roll out completely online, creating new opportunities to attend sessions and fully enjoy all the great scientific insights from speakers and panellists. At the same time, it will keep allowing biobanking professionals to discuss, engage, share knowledge and best practices, as in a traditional edition of EBW. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of #EBW20. Register today!
Europe Biobank Week provides a platform to discuss the current global challenges and the way biobanks can help address those issues.
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CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS 2019
Walter Ricciardi is a professor of hygiene and public health at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome, where he is also director of the Department of Public Health and deputy head of the Faculty of Medicine. Before that, Prof Ricciardi was president of the Italian Institute of Health, the country’s top health research organization.
As one of Europe’s most renowned epidemiologists, Prof Ricciardi holds several advisory roles within EU and global decision makers. Prof Ricciardi is president of the Mission Board for Cancer of the European Commission, president elect of the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA), Italian representative in the Executive Board of the World Health Organization and scientific advisor to the Italian Minister of Health for the coronavirus pandemic.