The UKCRC Tissue Directory and Coordination Centre (TDCC) has developed the UK’s only register of sample collections that covers multiple diseases. You can search by age, gender, disease classification, sample type and available datasets. You can also browse lists of the sample resources featured on our directory.
Latest news and blogs from TDCC
The UK Biobanking Showcase is the UK’s leading event for biobanks, researchers, patients and those interested in the use of human samples in research. Save the date for the UK Biobanking Showcase 2021!
There is a lot of talk about being open in research nowadays: open access, transparency, FAIR principles… but what does it mean and how does it affect you? Emma Lawrence, Engagement Manager explains all in this blog.
Tissue Directory profiles now feature relevant publications citing sample use. Find out more about how to enable this feature on your profile.
Smart data sharing with the TDCC Do you enjoy data entry? Us neither! We understand that adding information about your sample collections to the Tissue Directory can be challenging. We have been working with commercial laboratory information management systems (LIMBS) providers to develop a little programme that can help you update your collection information more… Read More »Smart data sharing with the TDCC
The TDCC Fireside Chat series Following on from the success of the 2020 Biobanking Showcase meet-ups, The UKCRC Tissue Directory and Coordination Centre (TDCC) is starting a new series of informal online chats. The aim is to provide the opportunity to meet and discuss topics with fellow biobankers. Each session will have a theme and… Read More »The TDCC Fireside chat series
Supporting Researchers with Governance in Biobanking Researchers need more support when it comes to sharing tissue samples and data a new report by the MRC Regulatory Support Centre has revealed. Confusion over whether consent allowed sharing, and with the paperwork and logistics of sharing was found. The results were based on a survey of 365… Read More »Supporting Researchers with Governance in Biobanking