JASIS Conference2019
“Social Role of Biobanking for Bringing Innovation in Medicine”

Date:   Friday, September 6, 2019, 12:30~17:00

Makuhari Messe
International Conventional Hall
Conference Room 304

Biobanks are newly established concept and function which should contribute to the society especially in the form of innovation in medicine, such as drugs and diagnosis. UK Biobank and Biobank Sweden, for example, are being organized at state level with an effort of developing legal infrastructure. In this forum, the ideal biobanking system in our society will be featured and discussed.

Chair Takayuki Morisaki    Tokyo University
Tatsuaki Tsuruyama  Kyoto University

Time Title Speaker Affiliation
12:00-12:30 Door Open
12:30-12:35 Opening Remarks Hisashi Shingai Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
12:35-13:05 Biobanks: as a new social infrastucture Hiroki Nakae JMAC/CIBER
13:05-13:35 What is required of Japanese Biobanks ? Yasuhiro Tanaka AMED
13:35-14:05 The role and nature of biobanks in our society Jusaku Minari CiRA/Kyoto University
14:05-14:25 Break
14:25-14:55 Quality assessment and standardization/harmonization of clinical samples in biobanks for data sharing among researchers and companies.
-Recent trials in Japan and other countries-
Kazuyuki Matsushita Chiba University
14:55-15:25 TBD Sana Yokoi Chiba Cancer Center
15:25-15:55 Biobank Japan: Advancement of utilizing of disease cohort Takayuki Morisaki Tokyo University
15:55-16:15 Mission and goals of International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Biobank Zisis Kozlakidis,
Koh Furuta
16:15-16:45 Discussion: Social role of biobanking for bringing innovation in medicine
16:45-16:45 Closing Remarks Hiroki Nakae JMAC/CIBER
Japan bio Measurement & Analysis Consortium (JMAC)
Council for Industrial use of Biological and Environmental Repositories (CIBER)