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BioStorage Technologies, Inc. to Hold Global Sample Management Benchmarking Symposium in Conjunction With 2011 IIR Biorepositories Conference
Date:9/7/2011

ctices in the Management of Patient Informed Consent"
  • Steve Sweeney, Head of Clinical Technologies, Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
    "Strategies for Improving the Onsite Management of Scientific Sample Assets"
  • Suzanne M. O'Shea, Legal Counsel, Baker and Daniels LLP and former Regulatory Counsel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    "Understanding How to Navigate the Regulatory Environment When Managing Samples in China"

  • BioStorage Technologies is also a platinum sponsor of the Biorepositories Conference, and will host several workshops at the event. Lori Ball, Chief Operating Officer, BioStorage Technologies, will co-present a workshop titled, "Manage your Biorepository to Guarantee Full Life-Cycle Specimen Quality" and Catherine Michael, Sr. Director, Comprehensive Solutions, BioStorage Technologies, will give a presentation titled, "Incorporate Quality-Control Methodologies to Identify, Control, and Eliminate Threats to Specimen Longevity and Stability."

    For more information on the Global Sample Management Benchmarking Symposium, visit www.biostorage.com.

    About BioStorage Technologies, Inc.:

    BioStorage Technologies, Inc. is the premier, global provider of comprehensive sample management solutions for the bioscience industry. Offering onsite or outsourced management of sample assets, BioStorage Technologies manages the complete life-cycle of samples. With a team of global sample experts, state-of-the-art temperature-controlled storage facilities, and a real-time, web-based sample intelligence and tracking system, the company supports customers in maximizing opportunities, minimizing risk and reducing the cost of sample management. BioStorage Technologies, Inc. is privately held and headquartered in Indianapolis with an additional full-service site near Frankfurt, Germany. For more information, visit

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