The 22,000-square-foot ultra-cold and cryogenic storage facility will house 400 freezers for biological samples to help advance research in personalized medicine and therapeutic development.
An epileptologist teams with our Center for Clinical Genomics for a pilot study that aims to use a biorepository to enable better prediction of patient-level outcomes of epilepsy surgery.
Biobanking is essential for the evolution of personalized medicine. Dr. Serpil Erzurum explains how a planned 21,000-square-foot facility will accelerate translational research.
Alzheimer disease, Parkinson disease, normal aging and neuroinflammation are priority focus areas of the biobank, which aim to promote identification of novel biomarkers. The facility will benefit from Cleveland Clinic’s large, diverse patient population and neuroinflammation research expertise.