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The Bipolar Disorder Biobank at Mayo Clinic collaborates with Mayo Clinic and external scientists and physicians to collect and study biologic samples and clinical data from individuals ages 18 to 80 in order to establish a large-scale biobank of Bipolar Type I and II disorder.
The Bipolar Disorder Biobank is led by a group of faculty and staff with expertise in bipolar disorder complexities, biologic sample and clinical data collection, analytical methods, and other topics related to mental health research.
The Mayo Bipolar Disorder Biobank collaborates with internal Mayo Clinic experts and external experts for research on mental health disorders, psychiatric diseases, bipolar disorders and depression.
The Bipolar Disorder Biobank receives funding for its research on bipolar disorder from the Marriott family, the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine and other generous benefactors.
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