Good governance in biobanking is an end-to-end process. It is essential to plan, collect, process, track and store future-use biospecimens and associated data in a manner that maximizes their utility, and minimizes risk to their integrity. Strict rules of ethics and confidentiality are applied to respect the dignity and rights of the participants. This is why rigor, passion, ethics and good governance are essential to ensure a comprehensive and successful management of the PROCURE Biobank.
BIOSPECIMENS AND DATA ALLOCATION
Valérie Thibodeau, Ph.D.
Operations Director, PROCURE Biobank