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Researchers in the Bipolar Disorder Biobank at Mayo Clinic collaborate with internal and external researchers to collect biologic samples and clinical data to serve as a resource for bipolar disorder research and to improve outcomes for patients with bipolar disorder.
The Bipolar Disorder Biobank at Mayo Clinic collaborates with Mayo Clinic and external scientists and physicians to maintain a large-scale biobank of Bipolar Type I and II disorder. The collected biologic samples and clinical data on diagnosis, management and risk factors for bipolar disorder are being studied by scientists to learn about the causes of bipolar disorder and outcomes of its treatment.
Commonly asked questions from Bipolar Disorder Biobank participants include the benefits of contributing to a large-scale bipolar disorder biobank, eligibility for participating, logistics of sampling and personal medical information for the biobank.
Commonly asked questions from researchers include how to access samples or data, what data points are available in the data set, and what steps are required to become a collaborator.
Patient and provider resources from Mayo Clinic and external researchers offer information about bipolar disorder education, diagnosis and management in addition to mental illness information and more.
Contact the Bipolar Disorder Biobank at Mayo Clinic with scientific or research inquiries about bipolar disorder, participation in the biobank, and collaboration opportunities.
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