Australian & New Zealand Childrens Haematology/Oncology Group

ANZCHOG Biobanking Network

The ANZCHOG Biobanking Network was established in 2017 to promote and improve the biobanking of childhood and adolescent/ young adult cancer samples at hospitals, research institutes, and Universities in Australia and New Zealand. The network is comprised of all 9 existing paediatric and adolescent/young adult cancer biobanks across Australia and New Zealand.

National coordination of biobanking is essential, so that samples from different biobanks can be used to answer a common research question, as they have been collected and stored in the same way, and have the same clinical information about the tumour.

ANZCHOG and The Kids’ Cancer Project is proud to support the Biobanking Network and its activities.

More information about the ANZCHOG Biobanking Network