All accepted oral abstract presenters will have received an email invitation to present at the ISBER 2019 Regional Meeting. Please note that all presenters must accept the invitation and register for the meeting to present. Information on the presentation date and time will be provided after the abstract is accepted. If you have any questions about your presentation or the ISBER 2019 Regional Meeting, please email email@example.com.
Contributed Paper Session Presenters
Submitting Your Presentation
- Please make sure you deliver your presentation to Speaker Services on a USB Flash Drive to the Speaker Services room at least 24 hours before you are due to present.
Speaker Services Room (Luce Line Room)
- The Speaker Services room will be set up with laptop computers to allow you to preview and/or make changes to your presentation prior to your session. Once finalized, please submit to the technician with the room and make sure that the presentation is correct on the technician’s laptop to ensure that will be shown correctly within the session’s room.
- Please note the Speaker Services hours: Sunday, November 3 4:00pm – 7:00pm; Monday, November 4 7:00am – 5:00pm Tuesday, November 5 7:00am – 3:45pm
Your Presentation Time
There will be two concurrent Contributed Paper Sessions on Tuesday, November 5 at 10:00AM – 11:30AM. Please see below for details which session your presentation will be in. All presenters should arrive at the session room prior to the start of the session.
Presentation Duration: 12 minute presentations, 3 minutes Q&A
CONTRIBUTED PAPER SESSION 1: “Gotta Serve Somebody” – Ethics and Standards
Southern Pacific Room, 10:00AM – 11:30AM
- Giving Patients, the Public, and Health-Care Providers a Voice in Pediatric Mental Health Biobanking
James Shih, BC Children’s Hospital BioBank
- ISO TR 22758 Implementation Guide for ISO 20387–Deciphering the ISO 20387 Biobanking Standard
Clare M. Allocca, National Institute of Standards & Technology
- The Cost of Utilizing a Permission to Contact (PTC) Platform to Support Research: A Retrospective Access Example
Karlene Carvalho, BC Cancer Agency
- Analysis of Three Internationally Recognized Biobanking Standards
Tamsin Tarling, University of British Columbia
- Patients Enhancing Research Collaborations at Holden: The Consolidation of Disparate Biorepository Enrollment Procedures
Laura Jacobus, The University of Iowa
Contributed Paper Session 2: “Modern Times” – Data and Science
Zephyr Room, 10:00AM – 11:30AM
- Innovative Devices for Community-Based Development of Germplasm Repositories
Yue Liu, Louisiana State University
- BRoTHER – A Regional Biobank Network in Europe
Judita Kinkorova, University Hospital Pilsen
- NASA Institutional Scientific Collection (ISC) at Ames Research Center
Ryan Scott, NASA, Wyle Labs
- Human Lung Development from Canalicular Through Alveolar Stages Made Accessible by a Novel Pediatric Biorepository
Gloria Pryhuber, University of Rochester Medical Center
- Moffitt Cancer Center’s Biospecimen Pilot Project Process: Improving Access to Biospecimens
Edward R. Seijo, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center
- Standardizing Pre-analytical Workflows for Deriving Cell Free DNA from Venous Whole Blood
Jordan Lee Plieskatt, The George Washington University
Conflict of Interest
- Please plan to use the appropriate statement on conflict of interest as your second slide (after your title slide). Please choose from one of the following statements: Click here.
- Please obtain written permission from the respective copyright owners for its use or adaptation within your presentation if you do not believe the fair doctrine applies. Citations of all reference and materials used should be included.
The following equipment will be within the meeting room:
- Laptop (PC)
- LCD projector
- Podium with microphone
- Laser pointer
- Panel Mics
- Audience Mic for Q&A