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Freezerworks Users Education Conference
Caesars Palace Resort
Las Vegas, Nevada
June 16 - 18th, 2015

 
Join us for the 6th Annual Freezerworks Education Conference, previously known as the Users Group Meeting. 
 
Meeting Sessions will Include: 
  • NEW Freezerworks 2015 – See all the new features of this exciting upgrade to the Freezerworks product line.  
  • Freezerworks Tips and Tricks - This is an entertaining yet informative session highlighting the hidden features and tricks that can make your site’s use of Freezerworks faster and easier.
  • Freezerworks Training Sessions - These include an opportunity to sit with a Freezerworks specialist one on one to discuss your site’s needs and find solutions.
  • Roundtable Discussions - Meet with other users and Freezerworks staff to discuss specific issues, and brainstorm solutions.
  • Customer Presentations - See how other sites are utilizing Freezerworks to great advantage.
  • Are you a Freezerworks Basic user? -  With Freezerworks 2015, your program includes many great new features. Learn how your site can take advantage of them.
 
Reserve your spot by registering now!
 
*Customer Care Program loyalty discounts available, 5% off for every year you have had CCP. Contact our Sales Department for more information. 
 
 

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a Freezerworks Training Camp this Spring in the historic Washington DC! Join us for a 3-day training course that will include training on every aspect of Freezerworks. Whether you are new to Freezerworks or simply would like a better understanding of the more advanced areas of the software as well as all of the great new features included in the latest version, this Training Camp is perfect for you! 

March 4 - 6, 2015

MicroTek Building
1110 Vermont Ave Suite 700
Washington DC, USA

See Traning Camp Schedule Here

Space is limited, so Register Now!

 

During 2012, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) established the Johns Hopkins Biological Repository (JHBR) to support large population based studies addressing public health issues such as HIV/AIDS, Viral hepatitis, Autism, COPD, vaccine trials and others.  

Johns Hopkins Biological Repository: An Academic Model

During 2012, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) established the Johns Hopkins Biological Repository (JHBR) to support large population based studies addressing public health issues such as HIV/AIDS, Viral hepatitis, Autism, COPD, vaccine trials and others. 

For several years prior, the Department of Epidemiology devised a plan that would house the existing repository specimens in an off-site facility and free up space in the main building where the repository has resided and grown rapidly since 1984.  The goals were to provide a safe and trusted resource for investigators to store valuable specimens from small and large research studies, to have sufficient capacity for growth over the next ten years, to have a fiscally sound plan and to support the School's "Go Green" initiative. 

The new facility located 3 miles from the JHSPH consists of 6,300 square feet of space housing up to 80 high efficiency liquid nitrogen freezers. This core facility will provide much needed scientific services for a large number of public health related studies through a centralized service center and core laboratories.