NEW PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN KEY BIOBANKING ORGANIZATIONS: BBIF and ISBER
The BioBank India Foundation (BBIF) is pleased to announce the signature of a new partnership agreement with International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER).
This partnership will benefit both organizations and its members by facilitating future collaborations, sharing of knowledge and education. The goal is that both organizations will learn from each other and will develop meaningful discussion on issues affecting biobankers worldwide so that the mission and vision of both organizations can be advanced.
To start we are pleased to inform that ISBER will be represented at the upcoming BBIF conference taking place on February 23 and 24, 2023 in Delhi, India. (See conference details here)
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BBIF is an Indian not-for-profit biobanking organization for promoting biobank know-how, promoting harmonized high-quality principles, education, ethics, and innovation in health sciences and management. It creates opportunities for the community to network, identify critical gaps in the biobank field and provide solutions by fostering new ideas.
BBIF makes collaborative engagements with the governments, patients and members of the civil society on the importance of a biobanking infrastructure to manage both patient-donated and archival tissue samples for healthcare research.
The International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) is the only global forum that addresses scientific, technical, legal, and ethical issues for biobanks and biorepositories.
ISBER fosters collaboration; creates education and training opportunities; provides a forum for the dissemination of state-of-the-art policies, processes, and research findings; and provides an international showcase for innovative technologies, products, and services. Together, these activities promote best practices that cut across the broad range of repositories that ISBER serves.