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Last Updated: 07/25/14

2011 BRN Symposium Posters

Poster Number Presenting Author Abstract Title
1 Huiqi He Ultrasound Affiliated Low-Temperature Formalin Fixation — A Molecular Friendly Formalin Fixation Method
2 Daniel Grolz Paxgene® Tissue: A New Tissue Fixation Technology for Simultaneous Preservation of Morphology and Nucleic Acids
3* William Mathieson An Evaluation of the Paxgene Fixation System: Can We Preserve Morphology and Nucleic Acid Integrity?
4 Heather Perry The Impact of Tissue Fixation on the Staining Quality for RNA In Situ Hybridization
5 Andrea Babic The Impact of Preanalytical Processing on Staining Quality for H&E, Dual Hapten, Dual Color In Situ Hybridization and Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization Assays
6* Claudius Mueller Snap-Embalming Tissue - Cell Signaling and Tissue Morphology Frozen in Time at Room Temperature
7 John Lindsay Novel Method To Prevent Sample Degradation - Key to High-Quality Peptidomic and Proteomic Data
8 Lorraine Lovecchio Efficacy of Heat Stabilization Treatment in Human Tissues
9 Adriana Aguilar-Mahecha Study of Preanalytical Variables in Plasma and Breast Biopsies To Be Used for Proteomic and Genomic Studies
10* Antonette C.P. Allen A Survey of Tissue Specimen Collection Techniques: Impact on Biomarker Data Quality
11* Andrew W. Bergen Protocols for Analysis of Whole Saliva Gene Expression
12 Domenico Coppola Metrics of Tissue Quality and Molecular Profiling Yield
13 Catherine Michael The INTEGRITY Study: Measuring the Impact of Sample Preparation Techniques and Storage Temperatures on the Integrity of DNA
14 Ann Cline Genome-Wide Germline Genotypes From Normal Tissue Stored in FFPE Samples
15* Yuan Tian

Glycoproteomic Analysis of Formalin-Fixed and Paraffin-Embedded Tissues and OCT-Embedded Frozen Tissues

16 Carol B. Fowler High Pressure-Assisted Extraction for the Improved Proteomic Analysis of FFPE Tissue
17* Kerri J. Penrose The Effects of Delayed Processing of Whole Blood Samples on Immune Function and Multiplex Cytokine Assays
18* Sibylle Gundisch Investigating the Impact of Preanalytical Variables on Protein Quality of Human Tissue Samples
19 Leona W. Ayers Tissue Quality Continues as Significant Obstruction to International Comparison of Tumor Subtypes Using Biomarkers: Lymphoma Classification by the Sub-Saharan Africa Lymphoma Consortium
20 Lawrence R. Sternberg Toward Predictive Metrics of Biospecimen Quality: The Applied Biosystems Quantifiler® Human DNA Quantification Kit as a Tool for Eliminating Sample Testing Failures in PCR-Based DNA Sequencing
21 Galen Hostetter Tumor Heterogeneity and High Content Assays: Importance of Tissue Chain of Custody
22 Yelena G. Golubeva Standardization of Tissue Preparation for High-Quality RNA Retrieval From Laser Capture Microdissected (LCM) Sample
23 Lauren M. Stanoszek Development of RNA Quality Control Methods To Improve BCR-ABL Measurements in Whole Blood
24 Timothy Yeatman Gene Expression Signatures Measured Over Time Assess Quality in a Large Molecular and Clinical Database
25 Kelly Senecal Tissue Procurement Quality Assurance Benefits From Shared Experience: Midwestern Division Cooperative Human Tissue Network, 2004-2010
26 Zachery von Menchhofen Standardized Measures Ensure Quality of Well-Characterized Human Biosamples for Biomedical Research
27* Kelly Senecal Research Tissue Procurement Efficiency in a Large Comprehensive Cancer Center 2004-2010: Enriched Investigator Service Through NCI Cooperative Tissue Procurement Consortia
28 William E. Grizzle The Cooperative Human Tissue Network, A Successful Prospective Model of Biorepository Operations
29 Melissa A. Simon Region Five GMaP/BMaP Network: Planning a State-of-the-Art Network Focused on the Procurement of High-Quality Biospecimens
30 Michael H.A. Roehrl Capturing Ethnic Diversity of Cancer: Ultra-Rapid BioBanking at Boston Medical Center for Next-Generation 4D Pathology
31 Julie Dang How Do We Reach the Chinese, Hmong, and Vietnamese American Community To Contribute Their Biospecimens for Cancer Research?
32 Rita Basuray Biospecimen Donation by Subjects From Appalachian Kentucky for Cancer Research
33 Margaret E. McCusker An Assessment of Biorepository Capacity Among Cancer Centers in California
34 Catherine McCarty Specimen Collection Within the Cancer Research Network: A Critical Appraisal
35 Jacqueline A. Hall Biobanking To Support EORTC Clinical Studies
36 Fenghai Duan NLST ACRIN Biomarker Repository
37 Bruce J. Trock The Prostate Cancer Biorepository Network
38 Susan E. Lana Creation and Population of a National Biorepository of Translationally Relevant Canine Cancer Specimens: The Canine Comparative Oncology and Genomics Consortium Experience
39 Han-Ik Bae

Establishment and Management of National Biobank of Korea

40 Amber Johns Biobanking in the Next-Generation Era: The Triumphs and Challenges
41 Brent Schacter Biobank Certification: Development of a Program by the Canadian Tumour Repository Network (CTRNet)
42 Marianne Henderson The Facilitation of Communication Among Repositories by the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories
43 Tamas S. Gal Annotating Biospecimens With Cancer Registry Data - A Collaboration Between the Markey Cancer Center and the Kentucky Cancer Registry
44 Zhe Chang Integrated Biomedical Informatics Platform in Support of Translational Cancer Research
45 Margaret E. McCusker Linking Central Cancer Registries and Institutional Biorepositories To Facilitate Biospecimen-Based Research - A Pilot Study
46 Andrew Hart Integrating Biospecimen Data Into the EDRN Public Portal
47 Steven A. Grossman Implementation of a Data Feedback Loop for Accurate Clinical Annotation of a Biorepository
48 Iman Osman Why Prospective Clinicopathological Data Are as Important as Specimens
49* Ruth Pe Benito Implementing Standard Preanalytical Coding Into the CanSto Database
50 Sharmila Jothirajah Establishing the Chain of Custody for Biospecimens Using the Barcode-Based Automated Data Capture PDA Application CaTrack
51 Rob Fannon The BioServe Network: A Collaborative Model To Enhance Biospecimen Access
52 Amy Brink caTissue Suite: An Open-Access, Feature-Rich Tool for Biospecimen Annotation and Data Sharing
53 Christopher Farah User Gateway: Linking Spatial and Temporal Information on Environments With Biobanking to Assess the Associations Between Human Health and Multiple Exposure Risks
54 William H. Yong Automated Generation of One Million Simulated Brain Tumor Pathology Reports Using SPARG - A Novel Tool for Facilitating Development of Database Software Integral to Biospecimen-Based Research
55 Andrew Breychak Facilitating Access to Biospecimen Research and Standard Operating Procedures Through the Biospecimen Research Database
56 Mandi M. Murph Analyzing Patient Specimen Datasets To Generate Hypothesis-Driven Research
57 Domenico Coppola The Moffitt Cancer Center Total Cancer Care Resource: Discovery of a Senescence-Related Gene Signature in Gliomas
58 Qing Kay Li Tumor Proteins Associated With Early Stage of Lung Adenocarcinoma Detected by Quantitative Proteomics
59 Gyorgy Petrovics Focus on Molecular Evaluations of Epithelial Compartment of Prostate Cancer: ERG Oncogene, a Paradigm of Discovery to Translation
60* Richard Schlegel Bringing Biobanks to Life
61 Dale Larson Protecting Sample Integrity While Standardizing Aliquot Processing and Improving Laboratory Operations
62 David Esopi A Cell Line TMA Approach for Tissue Biomarker Development and Validation
63 Alexander Lituev Optimized Protocol for Human Eye Preparation To Obtain High-Quality Retina Specimens
64 Emma Snyder Improving Digital Image Quality by Enhancing Whole Slide Imaging Protocol
65 Jay Bowen Use of Digital Pathology in The Cancer Genome Atlas Project
66 Markus Pasterk Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources Research Infrastructure
67 Cathy Ng The Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) Project

*Selected for oral presentation.

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