Nordic Biobank Conference
Europe Biobank Week https://europebiobankweek.eu/
The digital workshop “Hospital-based biobanks for biomedical research”, organized by BBMRI-ERIC and Biobank Norway, took place on January 26th and 28th, 2021. Read a summary of this event here: https://www.bbmri-eric.eu/news-events/hospital-based-biobanks-for-biomedical-research/


Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HA2DRfIbGU&feature=youtu.be
Europe Biobank Week conference: "Biobanking for Global Challenges" http://europebiobankweek.eu/
Biobank1: IKT-koordinator https://570917915.webcruiter.no/Main/Recruit/Public/4207928682?language=NB&link_source_id=0
BBMRI-ERIC: Resources from biobanks across Europe available for research on COVID-19 https://www.bbmri-eric.eu/covid-19


ELVIS (Electronic List of Variables In Systems) - the metadatabase of the Cancer Registry of Norway https://metadata.kreftregisteret.no/help
VACANCY NOTE http://www.bbmri-eric.eu/news-events/we-are-hiring-a-director-general/
Data in question: A survey of European biobank professionals on ethical, legal and societal challenges of biobank research. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0221496
WP2: Veileder for etablering av generelle forskningsbiobanker - https://bbmri.no/help-desk-biobanking
On June 27, Biobank Haukeland was officially opened by Helse Bergen. The new biobank facility includes an automated storage (-80) with the capacity to store up to 2.5 M samples, built for future expansion. Biobank Haukeland is integrated with the hospital operations and will store biological material for clinical research. Financed by Haukeland University Hospital, University of Bergen, The Research Council of Norway/Biobank Norway and the Trond Mohn Foundation.
Helsedataene våre kan styrke helsenæringen
How will biobanks accelerate cancer research? https://oslocancercluster.no/2019/05/14/how-will-biobanks-accelerate-cancer-research/
"Now is an opportune time to organize scientists in the Nordic region", say the researchers who recently founded the Nordic Society of Human Genetics and Precision Medicine (NSHG-PM). In a new article https://www.nature.com/articles/s41588-019-0391-1 posted online at Nature Genetics, NSHG-PM Council member Pål Njølstad of the University of Bergen in Norway and his coauthors lay out the tremendous advantages that the Nordic countries have for studying the genetic basis of disease in humans, and describe ongoing efforts, including the formation of the Society, to capitalize on these.
New publication from Biobank Norway