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Biobanking for Cancer Research: Rules and Roles

Not eligible for ESCO credits

12.11.2010  -  13.11.2010

Bari

COURSES AND SEMINARS

General interest

Description

Chairs: A. Paradiso, IT - P. Riegman, NL - M.G. Daidone, IT

 

 

COURSE OUTLINE 
The course is open to professionals involved in biobanking and biorepository activities among OECI members, although there will be a limited number of invited guests from Middle East Mediterranean countries. Awards will be available for best abstracts.

General information

GENERAL MANAGEMENT
Emanuele Sannicandro, Presidente del Consiglio di Indirizzo e Verifica (CIV)
Luciano Lovecchio, Institute Manager
Angelo Paradiso, Scientific Director


SCIENTIFIC SECRETARIAT
Silvana Valerio and Francesca Ierardi
Scientific Direction, “Giovanni Paolo II” National Cancer Centre - Bari
Tel: +39 080 0991-386/383
Fax: +39 080 0991-388
Email:
E&Tworking_group@oeci.eu

Giuseppe Pelagio
Institutional Biobank Executive Manager, “Giovanni Paolo II” National Cancer Centre - Bari
Tel: +39 080 0991-386/383
Email:
bancatessuti.oncologia@oncologico.bari.it



SCIENTIFIC ADVISING
Claudio Lombardo
Alleanza Contro il Cancro – Focal Point International Affairs
c/o IST Istituto Nazionale per la Ricerca sul Cancro – Genova
Te.: +39 010 5737284
Fax: +39 010 5737493
Email:
focalpoint.acc@istge.it 


ORGANIZING SECRETARIAT
C.LABMENTING - COMMUNICATION LABORATORY 
Strada Statale Bari-Modugno-Toritto
65 70132 Bari
Tel.: 080/5061372
Fax: 080/5053814
Email:
m.lonigro@clabmeeting.it


CONFERENCE VENUE
Istituto Tumori “ Giovanni Paolo II ”
Viale Orazio Flacco 65
70124 Bari, Italy



OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
The official language of the course is English.


CERTIFICATE
All participants will be issued with a certificate of attendance at the close of the conference.


CME
The Biobanking Course is accredited by Italian Ministry of Health: n. 11 Italian CME credits for biologists (2172-10035349);
n. 11 Italian CME credits for M.D.s (2172-10035349); n. 13 Italian CME credits for Lab. Tecnicians.
The Course has been granted European 9 CME credits (ACOE) for all participating categories.


AWARD
Award will be available for best abstract.

Faculty list

 

MODERATORS AND SPEAKERS

F. Betsou, Integrated Biobanking of Luxembourg, LU
G. D'Agnolo, Italian National Commitee for Biosecurity and Biotechnologies and Life Sciences (CNBBSV), Rome, IT 
M.G. Daidone, EORTC Pathobiology WG, Fondazione IRCCS - Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Milan, IT
P. De Blasio, BIOREP (Independent Service Provider), Milan, IT
G. Diaferia, BIOREP (Independent Service Provider), Milan, IT
C. Ferrandi, Procelltech, Colleretto Giacosa, Turin, IT
J. Hall, Head EORTC Translational Research Unit, BE
M.G. Hansson, Director Centre for Research Ethics and Bioethics, Uppsala University, SE
A. Llombart-Bosch, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Medicine, university of Valencia, ES
M. Morente, Head of Tumor Bank Unit Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO), Madrid, ES
A. Paradiso, Scientific Director NCC, Bari, National Coordinator Italian Cancer Biobanks Network, IT
G. Pelagio, Executive Manager NCC Biobank, Bari, IT
C. Petrini, Bioethics Unit, Office of The President, Italian National Institute of Health (Istituto Superiore Di Sanità), Rome, IT
M. Pierotti, OECI President, ACC Scientific Secretary, Scientific Director Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Milan, IT
G. Ranieri, Interventistic Radiology Unit NCC, Bari, IT
P. Riegman, ISBER President, Rotterdam, NL
P. Roazzi, Superior Institute of Health, Rome, IT
G. Stanta, Professor of Pathology University of Trieste, IT
N. Zizzo, Professor of Veterinary Pathology University of Bari, Italy

Programme

12 November

 PROGRAMME

 9:00

Registration and welcome

 9:30

Opening remarks and course introduction                        
A. Paradiso, IT - P. Riegman, NL - M.G. Daidone, IT, M. Pierotti, IT

 


MORNING SESSION:
REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL BIOBANKING SCENARIO  
CHAIR: P. Riegman, NL 

 10:00

Impact Expectations Of Biobanking On International Cancer Research Using
A New Networking Concept
P. Riegman, NL

 10:30Biobank Networking: The European Network Initiative (BBMRI) And The Italian Participation  
G. D’Agnolo, IT

 11:00

Biological material collection in clinical trials: the approach of the EORTC  
J. Hall, BE                                                                                           

 11:30

Coffee Break and Poster View

 11:45

The Italian Network Of Cancer Biobanks (RIBBO)
A. Paradiso, IT

 12:15

Regional Biobank Networks And The R.O.L.    
M.G. Daidone, IT

 12:45

Quality Assurance in Cancer Biobanking
F. Betsou, LU

 13:15

Discussion

 13:30

Lunch 
  
 AFTERNOON SESSION:
REGULATORY AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS  
CHAIR: M. Morente, ES  

 14:30

Managing A Biobanking Network      
Manuel Morente, ES

 15:00

European Ethical And Legal Regulatory For The Collection Of Human Tissue For Cancer Research     
M.G. Hansson, SE 

 15:30

Patient’s And Citizen’s Point Of View     
C. Petrini, IT

 16:00

Coffee Break

 16:15

Information Technology And Data Management     
P. Roazzi, IT

 16:45

Outsourcing  Samples To The International Research Community
P. Deblasio, IT

 


PRESENTATION OF SELECTED CONTRIBUTION
       

 17:15

Biobanking And Health Care: Perspectives From Tunisia
H. Azaiez, TS

 17:25

Biobank Network To Improve Cooperation And Management Of Clinical Samples For Cancer Research.
The example of the Valencia community
J.A. Lopez-Guerrero, ES

 17:35

Paediatric Biobanking. The Need For Specific Rules Governing The collection, Storage And Use Of
Biospecimens And Data From Children
E. Salvaterra, IT

 17:45

Discussion
Peter Riegman (Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
M.G. Daidone, IT

 18:00

Conclusion

 

13 November

 

MORNING SESSION:
CANCER REEARCH BIOBANKING 
CHAIR: G. Stanta, IT
 

 9:00

RNA Quality In Archievial Samples In Pathology Biobanks  
G. Stanta, IT

 9:30

Evaluation Of Viability, Integrity And Identity During Biobank Storage: 
A Flow Cytometry Approach
C. Ferrandi, IT

 10:00

Minimum Biobanking Requirements: Issues  In A Comprehensive Cancer Center
G. Pelagio, IT
 10:30Coffee Break / Poster View

 11:00

Biomarker Detection Using Biobanked Material   
A. Llombart-Bosch, ES
 11:30Comparative Biobanking In Cancer
G. Ranieri, IT - N. Zizzo, IT
 


PRESENTATION OF SELECTED CONTRIBUTION
 

 12:00Biobanking For Molecular Research
M. Notarnicola, IT
 12:10The Musculoskeletal Oncology Biobank Of The Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute
M. Alberghini, IT
 12:20CBB: The Besta Criobank For Brain Tumors, A Powerful Tool To Investigate Glioblastoma Biology
G. Finocchiaro, IT
 12:30Discussion
G. Stanta, IT - A. Paradiso, IT
 12:45Award Assignment 
 13:00Closing Remarks        
A. Paradiso, IT - P. Riegman, NL - M.G. Daidone, IT

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