GAPPS Jumpstarts New Specimen Collection for InterBio

Harmonization Tools Streamline Effort

As part of GAPPS global harmonization efforts, we provide strategic and technical consultation on standardizing specimen collection and tracking. INTERGROWTH-21st, an Oxford University project focused on developing standards describing optimal fetal growth, preterm growth and newborn nutritional status, is expanding its efforts to include a broader community of women. GAPPS works with researchers to manage a specimen collection for the new project, called InterBio, by employing a standardized suite of harmonization tools including:


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