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  • Australasian Biospecimen Network (ABN)
    A non-profit scientific organisation with voluntary membership that provides a forum to address technical, legal, ethical and managerial issues relevant to human biospecimen repositories within Australia and New Zealand.
  • Cancer Council Victoria
    A non-profit organisation leading the way in cancer research, patient support, cancer prevention and advocacy in Victoria for over 75 years.
    Part of BioGrid Australia, is the Centre for Analysis of Rare Tumours. Launched in April 2010, it invites people from all over the world to submit information about their particular tumour so that researchers can develop new insights into these understudied rare tumours.
  • BioGrid Australia
    BioGrid provides authorised clinical researchers with access to privacy protected data from disparate databases across multiple disease types at multiple institutions, co-located in a virtual repository, which can be linked with publicly available research and genetic databases.
  • Genetic Repositories Australia (GRA)
    GRA provides researchers with a central national facility for processing, distributing and maintaining the long-term secure storage of human genetic samples.
  • International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER)
    A division of the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP), ISBER is the leading international forum that addresses the technical, legal, ethical, and managerial issues relevant to repositories of biological and environmental specimens.
  • NUH-NUS Tissue Repository
    The tissue repository was launched in 2005 and is a joint venture of the National University Hospital, Singapore and the National University of Singapore.
  • The Wesley Research Institute Tissue Bank
  • Victorian Breast Cancer Research Consortium (VBCRC)
    The VBCRC was formed in 1997 between eight Melbourne medical research institutes and The Cancer Council Victoria by the Victorian State Government to conduct world class fundamental breast cancer research.
  • Victorian Cancer Agency
    The VCA was established by the Department of Health to link cancer research with patient care. It aims to promote, enhance and facilitate cancer research, and its translation to clinical practice, to enable the delivery of evidence-based cancer services in Victoria.
  • Western Australia Research Tissue Network (WARTN)