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  • 1. BBMRI Expert Centres K. Zatloukal Medical University of Graz, Austria Stakeholder Meeting Paris, December 15th 2009
  • 2. BBMRI Expert Centres
    • A new model of public-private-partnership to improve efficacy of biospecimen research for academia and industry
  • 3. Why Expert Centres?
    • To generate best possible use of biological samples
        • Specific medical/scientific expertise required for proper sample selection and data interpretation
        • Standardized state of the art analysis platforms prerequisite for data sharing
        • High level quality management is prerequisite for industry to trust in data generated in public environment
    • Alternative to sample shipment
      • Opportunity for research collaborations with countries with export restrictions
      • Improved access to industry
      • Avoids impression of sample commercialisation
  • 4. Access by the Industry
    • Surgeons
    • Pathologists
    • Radiologists
    • Oncologists
    • Lab medicine
    • etc.
    Patient‘s Sample Med. data Industry Scientific collaboration Cost recovery Problem if no scientific collaboration is possible since financial compensation is no reasonable incentive for contributors and not accepted by public Samples Med. data Patient
  • 5. Expert Centers: Model A Hospital Patients Biobank Expert Centers Industry Samples Med. data Expertise Cost recov. Samples Med. data Expertise Data Cost recov. Research data Expertise In-kind Cost recov. Public (not-for-profit) Private – competitive (for-profit) Provides efficient access to samples, data and expertise Mutual benefit from expertise and in-kind contributions Reduces requirements for sample shipment Gateway for global collaborations Public-Private pre-competitive (not-for-profit)
  • 6. Expert Centers: Model B Hospital Patients Biobank Expert Centers Industry Samples Med. data Expertise Data Cost recov. Samples Med. data Expertise Data Cost recov. Research data Expertise In-kind Cost recov. Public (not-for-profit) Private – competitive (for-profit) Provides efficient access to samples, data and expertise Mutual benefit from expertise and in-kind contributions Reduces requirements for sample shipment Gateway for global collaborations
  • 7. Expert Centers: Model C Hospital Patients Biobank Expert Centers Industry Samples Med. data Expertise Cost recov. Samples Med. data Expertise Cost recov. Processed samples Expertise Cost recov. Public (not-for-profit) Private – competitive (for-profit) Provides efficient access to samples, data and expertise Reduces requirements for raw sample shipment
  • 8. Expert Centers Features
    • Specifications defined together with industry
    • Industry participates in QM
    • Participation in ring trials
    • Common reference samples
    • Certification / Accreditation
    • Confidentialy guaranteed like by CRO
    • Different models, great flexibility
  • 9. Global Integration of BBMRI by Implementation of the OECD GBRCN Concept in Europe
  • 10. Expert Centres as Highways for Transnational Research Collaborations Samples Medical Data Europe Biological Resource Centre Expert Centre China Biological Resource Centre Expert Centre Research Data Samples Medical Data Samples Medical data
  • 11.
    • www.bbmri.eu
    • M. Yuille et al. Briefing in Bioinformatics 9: 14-24 (2008)
    Thank you