Liverpool Research Eye Bank, United Kingdom

Registration Status: Completed

Objective: The Liverpool Research Eye Bank was set up to support research projects by providing them with eye tissue. Eyes that are donated to the Research Eye Bank are used in research projects across the United Kingdom and EU following an application process. The Liverpool Research Eye Bank supports the research that will help lead to significant advances in our understanding and treatment of these sight threatening diseases and may improve the quality of life for many people. We collect mainly cadaveric tissue but will be expanding our capability to collect tissue/ fluids from living donors by the end of 2020.

Registered Biobank Name Liverpool Research Eye Bank
Biobank Leader Hannah Levis
Country United Kingdom
Email for biobank inquiries
Principal Investigator Hannah Levis
User Type
  • Mono: A biobank that supports a specific research project, may have few staff members, a small-scale accrual scope with little to no initial intention of releasing or distributing biospecimens to secondary parties
  • Oligo: A biobank that supports several research groups or clinical trials, may or may not be designed to release biospecimens outside their collaborative group
  • Poly: A biobank that has generally a larger accrual scope, resources, and multiple users outside the biobank proper
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