Children’s Cancer Centre Biobank

Research area: Stem Cell Biology > Cancer | Status: Active

The Children’s Cancer Centre (CCC) Biobank is a valuable collection of biological samples such as tissue collected during surgery, blood and bone marrow.

These samples are linked to health information contained in hospital medical records. Health information used may include age, gender and information about test results and medical care.

These samples are linked to health information contained in hospital medical records. Health information used may include age, gender and information about test results and medical care.

Overview

Samples and health information in the Biobank are given to scientists in Australia and around the world. Researchers rely on these types of samples and health information to make research discoveries and medical breakthroughs. They hope to find new ways to better prevent, detect and treat different conditions.

Our Biobank includes samples and health information from people with cancer, bone marrow disorders, primary immunodeficiency disease and neurofibromatosis. It also includes samples and health information from their siblings, parents and relatives.

Contact us

Children’s Cancer Centre Biobank
Murdoch Children's Research Institute
The Royal Children's Hospital
50 Flemington Road
Parkville VIC 3052
Australia

Louise Ludlow
CCC Biobank Coordinator
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