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DATA PRESENTATION

The Biobank of Region Zealand

DATABASE

Primary variables


Blood

Tissue

Urine

 

List of variables not avaliable for download

Introduction

Region Sjællands Biobank (RSjBB) indeholder biologiske samlinger fra store befolkningsundersøgelser og kliniske forskningsprojekter - herunder befolkningsundersøgelsen i Næstved (BEFUS) og Lolland-Falster Undersøgelsen (LOFUS). RSjBB tilbyder også rådgivning i forbindelse med planlægning og etablering af nye biologiske samlinger.

RSjBBs hovedformål er at forene forskellige samlinger af blodprøver i regionen under én biobank. Det betyder, at den enkelte forsker har mulighed for at drage nytte af prøver, som er indsamlet af andre forskere og mulighed for at forske på tværs af projekter.

RSjBB åbnede i 2015 og er placeret på Næstved sygehus. Biobanken drives af Klinisk Biokemisk Afdeling forankret på sygehusene i Næstved, Slagelse, og Ringsted. Noget af materialet stammer dog fra ældre samlinger fra før 2015, da andre biobanker er overført til RSjBB.

More details

Abbreviation
RDjBB
Type
Biobank
Purpose
Scientific research

Collection Period

Collection Period
Coverage
Regional
Population
The biobank contains biological collections from population studies and clinical research projects, including the population surveys in Næstved (BEFUS) and Lolland-Falster (LOFUS)
Database Categories

Application requirements

The Regional Biobanks

When applying for access to data in one of the Danish Regional Biobanks, four requirements must be fulfilled before data can be delivered. First the project must be reported to The National Committee on Health Research Ethics. The Danish legislation require that all health-related research projects that comprise human biological material have obtained such approval. Secondly, the project must be managed by a Danish public researcher. Private researchers are only able to get access to anonymized data. Third, a contract needs to be signed between the researcher and the Biobank, and forth the Danish Data Protection Agency must approve the project.

When reporting to The National Committee on Health Research Ethics a list of demands is present. An online application form must be filled out, including a full project description. The Project description should include details on the planned analysis, time schedule, funding etc.

Application process

  • A Danish Public researcher can apply for access to the regional biobanks
  • Report the project to The National Committee on Health Research Ethics
  • Receive approval
  • Report the project to the Danish Data Protection Agency
  • Receive approval
  • Sign a contract between researcher and biobank
  • The samples are retrieved and handed out

 

Legislation

As a public authority and data processor The Regional Biobanks are subject to Danish laws for treatment of personal data, that should secure that the Danish health data are treated right. These legislations include The Act on Processing of Personal Data (Danish: Persondataloven) and The Danish Act of Health (Danish: Sundhedloven).

Contact information

Data owner
Region Zealand
Contact data owner
Alleen 15
4180 Sorø
Website - data owner
bit.ly/about-region-zealand
Data administrator
Region Zealand
Contact data administrator

Jesper Grarup
T: 70 15 50 00
E: biobank@regionsjaelland.dk

Website - data administrator
bit.ly/region-sjællands-biobank