Biosample Lifecycle Management for your
cohort and epidemiological studies


Standardized Processes

to minimize pre-analytical variability


Validated Data System

to ensure biosample information management


High throughput processing

with flexible configurations

Supporting Research

Fisher BioServices supports public health research through our superior biosample management solution. From sample collection to long-term storage of biological samples, our standardized processes minimize pre-analytical variability to ensure accurate downstream analysis. Our workflow supports public health research by managing samples and tracking data as they navigate through initial receipt and inventory, storage, processing, retrieval, distribution and transport.

Project Management

Current research methods hold the key to the future of personalized medicine, increasing the need for quality control across the workflow. Our project managers ensure quality by providing real-time availability of kit inventory, detailed feedback on sample packaging at clinical sites, and tracking GMP kit components; all of which impact sample integrity for downstream analysis.

The Management System

Our comprehensive inventory management system provides well-annotated, quality data for each sample throughout all lifecycle stages. By following current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) we enhance your productivity and enable you to focus on your research while we maintain your samples’ integrity.

Sample Collection for Clinical Trials & Longitudinal Studies:
Bulk Supplies VS. Collection Kits

When setting up a longitudinal study, every decision revolving around sample management, from collection, lab processing, storage, disssemination, to data management, is crucial to its success. For collection of participants' biospecimens, one aspect that requires significant thought and planning is how the needed patient samples (e.g. whole blood, tissue) will be collected at the sites. Sponsors, CROs, and clinical investigators must decide if they are going to provide their sites with the tubes and other supplies in bulk, or provide patient-specific or visit-specific collection kits. This video explores five points to consider when making your decision.

Supporting Services

Additional content


Infoposter

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eBook

Smart Biobanking: From Samples to Predictive Algorithm for Detecting Cancer


eBook

Next-Generation Cohort Studies and Biobanking: How Cloud Technology is Accelerating Translational Research


eBook

Biobanking for Animal Health: Morrison Animal Foundation is Taking Veterinary Research to a New Level

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