The Mayo Clinic Biobank is a collection of health information and biological samples, such as blood, that is used for medical research.

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Governance and oversight — The Mayo Clinic Biobank includes groups that create and implement policies about the storage of donor samples and health information as well as regulate access to biospecimens.

Questions and answers — Many people have questions about the Biobank, especially about how it operates, participation, and privacy and security.

Faculty and staff — Mayo Clinic faculty and staff members lead Biobank operations and welcome opportunities to answer questions and share their expertise.