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The Danish National Biobank is a treasury of science for international health research. It contains 10 million biosamples across an array of diagnostic categories, as well as the Danish Biobank Register that links over 25 million biosamples in Danish biobanks to vast amounts of register information. This podcast will take listeners inside and close to some of the amazing research done through the Danish National Biobank, and hopefully it will inspire future research collaborators.

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The Danish National Biobank is a treasury of science for international health research. It contains 10 million biosamples across an array of diagnostic categories, as well as the Danish Biobank Register that links over 25 million biosamples in Danish biobanks to vast amounts of register information. This podcast will take listeners inside and close to some of the amazing research done through the Danish National Biobank, and hopefully it will inspire future research collaborators.

    2020 Symposium Special: Stinus Lindgren

    2020 Symposium Special: Stinus Lindgren

    From our symposium - Scaling Omics Approaches to Population Size: a talk from Stinus Lindgreen, Scientist and Politician. Member of Folketinget.


    On the topic: The political landscape, experiences from the first researcher in the Danish parliament

    • 23 min
    2020 Symposium Special: Klaus Høyer

    2020 Symposium Special: Klaus Høyer

    From our symposium - Scaling Omics Approaches to Population Size: the unedited talk of Klaus Høyer, University of Copenhagen.


    On the topic: The future for donor consent

    • 24 min
    2020 Symposium Special: Peter M. Nilsson

    2020 Symposium Special: Peter M. Nilsson

    From our symposium - Scaling Omics Approaches to Population Size: the unedited talk of Peter M. Nilsson, Lund University.


    On the topic: History of Biobanks

    • 22 min
    2020 Symposium Special:Aaro Tupasela

    2020 Symposium Special:Aaro Tupasela

    From our symposium - Scaling Omics Approaches to Population Size: the unedited talk of Aaro Tupasela, University of Helsinki.


    On the topic: Does biobanking have room for ELSI debate anymore?

    • 27 min
    2020 Symposium Special: Katja Kaastrup

    2020 Symposium Special: Katja Kaastrup

    From our symposium - Scaling Omics Approaches to Population Size: the unedited talk of Katja Kaastrup, Rigshospitalet and University of Copenhagen. One of six young researchers selected from submitted abstracts to give a talk, Katja was chosen as the first prize winner among the six student speakers based on this talk.


    On the topic: Program for Translational Hematology – Creating a platform for blood cancer research

    • 10 min
    2020 Symposium Special: Anders H. Kverneland

    2020 Symposium Special: Anders H. Kverneland

    From our symposium - Scaling Omics Approaches to Population Size: the unedited talk of Anders H. Kverneland, National Center for Cancer Immune Therapy. One of six young researchers selected from submitted abstracts to give a talk.


    On the topic: Clinical potential of adoptive cell therapy with tumor infiltrating lymphocytes therapy in combination with checkpoint inhibitors in non-melanoma patients

    • 16 min

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