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Cleveland Clinic BioRepository (CC-BioR)

About Cleveland Clinic’s BioRepository

A biorepository is like a library. It is a resource built by and for communities and stores donated samples and health data that can be used for scientific research. Cleveland Clinic’s BioRepository collects voluntarily donated biological samples and associated health information from patient visits, blood draws and surgeries to be used for medical research.

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Cleveland Clinic News and More

Cleveland Clinic News and More

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First Research Published Using Cleveland Clinic’s COVID-19 Study Samples Provides Glimpse into Potential New Treatments

Dr. Jung and his team of researchers published the novel COVID-19 study, which details the critical role viral gene ORF8 plays in infection and outcomes rates, using samples from Cleveland Clinic’s BioRepository.

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Cleveland Clinic and Brooks Automation Open State-of-the-Art BioRepository in Fairfax Neighborhood

Project includes research access center for community and public art installation; first new building in the Cleveland Innovation District

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Cleveland Clinic Appoints Lara Jehi, M.D., Chief Research Information Officer

Lara Jehi, M.D., has been appointed the inaugural Chief Research Information Officer at Cleveland Clinic.

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Cleveland Clinic Establishes Global Center for Pathogen Research and Human Health

Center aims to broaden understanding of emerging diseases, develop new therapeutics and vaccines

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