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BBMRI.at

What is BBMRI.at?

Together with all its partner universities and biobanks BBMRI.at creates an Austrian research infrastructure for biobanks and presents the national node of BBMRI-ERIC.
BBMRI consists of

  1. Austrian biobanks
  2. biomolecular resources
  3. bio-computing and sample-storing-infrastructure as well as iv) scientific, technical, ethical and legal experts. The BBMRI is supported by the Austrian federal ministry for science, research and economy (GZ 10.470/0016-II/3/2013).

What are tasks of BBMRI.at?

The operational programme of BBMRI.at pays particular attention to the following topics:

  • The establishment of an Austrian national node and representation of this node within the BBMRI-ERIC management-committees (according to the statutes and the business plan of the BBMRI-ERIC)
  • Harmonization of processes within the BBMRI.at in order to integrate existing biobanks in the research infrastructure
  • Harmonization of BBMRI-processes with BBMRI-ERIC to increase the international visibility and the importance of Austrian biobanks at an international level
  • Progression of the strengths of already existing biobanks within Austria in order to become leading partner for academic and industrial research
  • Embed BBMRI.at socially to meet social, ethical and legal demands

Within the national BBMRI.at-projects, the Medical University Innsbruck is leading the work package of “standardization and harmonization of sample management”. The main goal of this work package is to harmonize work processes when handling Austrian collections of biological materials such as blood, liquids or cell cultures.

As a national partner of BBMRI.at, the Medical University Innsbruck also takes part in following work packages:

  • Standardization and Harmonization of sample management
  • Standardization and Harmonization of data management and creation of a biobank catalogue
  • Quality management
  • ELSI (Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues) und inclusion of the public
  • Influence on academic research
  • Influence on translational research and innovation
  • Coordination of national networks and the operation of a national node

Following partners are part of the BBMRI:  

More partners of BBMRI.at can be found under following link: http://bbmri.at/partners
To get access to collections within BBMRI.at please follow the instructions on this page for further information on BBMRI.at please go to the official webpage of BBMRI.at.

Biobank Innsbruck

 

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Biobank-Koordinator

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. univ. Dr. sc. nat. Johannes Haybäck

 

Kontakt

Biobank Innsbruck

Institut für Pathologie, Neuropathologie und Molekularpathologie

Müllerstraße 44/1
6020 Innsbruck

biobank@i-med.ac.at

 

Tel. +43 512 9003 71333
Fax +43 512 9003 73301

 

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Biobank-Koordinator

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. univ. Dr. sc. nat. Johannes Haybäck

 

Kontakt

Biobank Innsbruck

Institut für Pathologie, Neuropathologie und Molekularpathologie

Müllerstraße 44/1
6020 Innsbruck

biobank@i-med.ac.at

 

Tel. +43 512 9003 71333
Fax +43 512 9003 73301