Friday, January 28, 2011

Biorepositories Asia Session Spotlight: Korean National Research Resource Center – The Exit For the Future Science

Leading up to Biorepositories Asia, we'll be highlighting a session from the upcoming conference. It will take place April 11-13, 2011, in San Francisco, California. For more information, download the brochure.

Featured Session: Korean National Research Resource Center – The Exit
For Future Science

Presented by: Professor Yeonhee Lee, Head, KOREAN NATIONAL RESEARCH

About the Session:
The Korean National Research Resource Center (KNRRC) is a leading resource center in Korea with vast numbers of samples available for research. The organization has grown tremendously during the last 16 years and now consists of 42 different centers in Korea. In 2009 alone, the center provided over 20,000 samples to researchers in the industry. In addition, more than 800 research papers in the last 5 years have used samples from the center.

Hear directly from Professor Yeonhee Lee, Head of the KNRRC, as she shares insights from the center including:
• Strategies for producing center guidelines, running the total management system and database, and educating workforces
• Clarity on the center’s resources, which are prepared directly for research without the need for second processing
• Goals and future expectations for the KNRRC

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Anonymous said...

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