Biobank Graz

The history of biobanking in Austria has a long tradition and is based on royal decree from 1811 that remitted medical doctors to collect human samples. In 2007, Biobank Graz became an institutional and central research infrastructure of Medical University of Graz, Austria, which is publicly owned, a non-profit organisation and supported by public funding.

Today, Biobank Graz is the largest academic biobank in Europe providing logistics and infrastructure and offering optimal support for research teams in collecting, processing, storing and providing human biological samples and associated data. Here is their story…


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