The Einstein Biorepository provides long-term banking services for human subject specimens. All samples are tracked and archived electronically, providing storage, retrieval and chain of custody information, while meeting GLP and FDA guidelines. Specimens can be linked to investigator provided  EMR and other clinical data. Our staff are trained and certified in sample aliquoting, storage, retrieval and packaging for shipping to other institutions.

  • Economical long-term storage of clinical trial samples
  • Cost-effective services available to individual investigators or disease-focused biobank consortia
  • Expertise with a variety of specimen types such as blood, urine, cells, tissue, and derivatives such as DNA, mRNA
  • Storage available at a variety of conditions: -80°C, LN2, 4°C, and room temperature
  • Individual archiving and tracking of each vial in Biorepository
  • Bar coding of new samples or tracking of previously barcoded specimens
  • IATA certified domestic and international packaging services for shipment/distribution
  • Cost competitive sample storage; additional volume discounts available
  • Redundant freezer backup systems to ensure sample integrity

Location and Contacts

Biorepository Block Building
  • Matthew K. Abramowitz, M.D., M.S.
    Scientific Director

  • Jeff Lafleur
    Translational Core Director