Northern Ireland Biobank (NIB)

Collection of samples and data across the following diseases: Carcinoma in situ of prostate, Fit and well, Malignant neoplasm of endometrium of corpus uteri (disorder), Malignant tumour of breast, Malignant tumour of colon, Malignant tumour of ovary. Northern Ireland Biobank was established in 2010 to collect, store and distribute human samples for translational research and is primarily funded by the Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Research & Development Division of the Public Health Agency. Cancer Research UK (CR-UK), the Friends of the Cancer Centre and Prostate Cancer UK have also provided financial support. The NIB complies with approvals from both the Office of Research Ethics in Northern Ireland and HSC R&D governance to host and distribute cohorts of quality assured biological samples linked with well-defined clinical and pathological data sets.


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