Besides its COMET-funded projects, CBmed is offering customer-tailored contract research within CBsolutions. In cooperation with our partners we are providing a wide variety of services. Starting with the definition of specific research questions, our team can set up clinical trials from study design to execution until completion.
Linking our cutting-edge Core Technologies together with specialized services of our widespread scientific partner network, we are capable of handling projects with a very high degree of complexity. Standardized workflows guarantee reproducible results. Highest quality standards from sample acquisition until delivery of lab results are utmost importance for us. Beyond on demand-services we additionally provide joint approaches to 3rd party funding within Europe and abroad, together with experienced consortium partners from academia and industry.
Retrospective & Prospective Clinical cohorts
Vienna General Hospital
In the top 10 largest hospitals in EU
> 450 specialized outpatient units
~ 2,000 beds
~ 114,000 inpatients/year
~ 1,773,000 outpatients/year
Styria region including Graz
Network of 23 hospital sites in Styria including
University Clinic Graz
~ 5,800 beds
~ 250,000 inpatients/year
~ 950,000 outpatients/year
BBMRI-ERIC and BioBank Graz
European Biobank Consortium with HQ in Graz
515 biobanks with
> 60 million biospecimens
> 7 million directly in Graz
Flow cytometry analysis of the InterFAST cohort
Method establishment and mutation analysis in colon carcinoma
Biomarker research based on a retrospective clinical study with candidate expression confirmation in ovarian carcinoma using digital pathology
Biomarker research based on a prospective clinical study with candidate expression confirmation and analysis in clear cell renal cell carcinoma using digital pathology
Study design for RNA sequencing for head and neck cancer
FACS analysis for the impact of hypoglycaemia in patients with DIAbetes mellitus type 2 on PLATElet activation (DIAPLATE) study
Treg subtype FACS analysis in the peripheral blood of kidney transplant recipients
Application of an MS-platform in pulmonary hypertension disease
The COMET Center CBmed is funded within COMET – Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies by the Federal Ministry of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK), the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW), Land Steiermark (Styrian Business Promotion Agency – SFG) and Land Wien (Vienna Business Agency – WAW). The COMET program is executed by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG).
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