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Since early 2020, we ask our visitors to register to access the files we provide. The aim is to improve our support documentation by knowing who are our visitors and what they need. Login and registration forms are accessible through the links in the footer.
Swiss Biobanking Platform (SBP) is the national coordination platform for human and non-human biobanks. It aims to respond to the increasing requests from biomedical researchers regarding quality and the interconnectedness of biobanks for research purposes. SBP was initiated by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), and the association was created on 1stJune 2016.
SBP Annual reports
The SBP annual reports are available for download:
A reliable network of biobanks
SBP vision is to help Switzerland consolidate its position at the forefront of biomedical research by facilitating access and optimal usage of its existing and future biobanked specimens.
Given that sample quality is the cornerstone of a biobank’s reputation, the SBP’s mission is to develop a reliable customer-oriented network of biobanks in Switzerland with harmonized processes in terms of:
Pre-analytical conditions for sample processing and storage
Laboratory informatics management system to ensure the complete sample/associated data lifecycle traceability
Annotation of samples and data
Traceability, access, and distribution of samples and data for research purposes
Support to researchers
SBP is proud of its values:
Independence. SBP is an independent structure, not influenced by commercial, political, or institutional bodies.
Common good. SBP promotes optimisation of biological resources management by sharing samples and their associated data in a collaborative approach.
Equity. SBP respects the plurality of partners biobanks and the diversity of their scientific, medical, or technical specificities.
Expertise. SBP is committed to developing the strategic areas of support for its partners to maintain a level of excellence in this area.
Support for innovation. SBP facilitates the scientific progress achievable by encouraging appropriate management of biological resources for research purposes.