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By Elisa Eiseman;Gabrielle Bloom;Jennifer Brower;Noreen Clancy;Stuart S. Olmsted

Case experiences of twelve latest human biospecimen repositories played to judge their application for genomics- and proteomics-based melanoma study and to spot "best practices" in assortment, processing, annotation, garage, privateness, moral matters, educated consent, enterprise plans, operations, highbrow estate rights, public relatives, advertising and marketing, and schooling that may be valuable in designing a countrywide biospecimen community.

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Chair of the Department of Repository and Research Services, and Chris Kelly, AFIP Public Affairs Director, were interviewed to evaluate the tissue resources at the AFIP National Pathology Repository. Academia Specialized Programs of Research Excellence (SPOREs) NCI established the SPOREs in 1992. gov). SPOREs are funded through Specialized Center Grants (P50s). Currently, NCI is funding SPOREs on breast, ovarian, prostate, lung, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, brain, skin, head, and neck cancers, and lymphoma.

Southern Division: University of Alabama at Birmingham—encompasses Kentucky and all states south and west from the Carolinas to Texas. 5. Western Division: Vanderbilt University Medical Center—covers all states north of Oklahoma and west of Texas. 6. Pediatric Division: Columbus Children’s Hospital—provides childhood tumors and diseased and normal tissue nationwide. CHTN uses a prospective specimen procurement model to meet the needs of basic and developmental researchers. CHTN primarily collects and distributes surgical and autopsy specimens.

The goal of the UAB Breast and Ovarian SPOREs Tissue Resource Cores is to collect well-characterized breast and ovarian tumor specimens and matching adjacent specimens, along with clinical and demographic information, for use by SPORE members and by selected extramural users for special research purposes. , Principal Investigator of the Tissue Resources Core, was interviewed by phone about the UAB Breast and Ovarian SPOREs tissue resources. Methodology 21 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center The Health Sciences Tissue Bank (HSTB) at the University of Pittsburgh initially started banking tissues as a resource for researchers at the university, but the program has grown to include NCI-funded resources (the Cooperative Prostate Cancer Tissue Resource [CPCTR], an EDRN Gastrointestinal grant, and a Lung SPORE), and institute-funded programs (a melanoma banking program and a cancer biomarkers laboratory).

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