The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Cord Blood Banking


Monday, June 22, 2020
Online 9:00 AM ET

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Presenters will discuss how cord blood banks have been managing through the COVID-19 pandemic:

Heidi Elmoazzen, PhD
Canadian Blood Services' Cord Blood Bank & Stem Cell Manufacturing

Dr. Elmoazzen will discuss the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on stem cell transplantation in Canada including Canadian Blood Servicesí Cord Blood Bank Stem Cell Registry and Public Cord Blood Bank.

Roger Horton, PhD
Anthony Nolan Cord Blood Bank, United Kingdom

Dr. Horton will summarize the demand for UK cords between Jan-May 2019 and 2020, and compare both years to give an idea on the impact of the pandemic on operations. He will give detail on collections, processing, storage, distribution, product protection, and staffing to show how Anthony Nolan has adapted or mitigated each issue. Where possible Dr. Horton will compare Anthony Nolan practices with other European partners.

Arvin Faundo MD
Cordlife Group Limited, Singapore

Dr. Faundo will discuss how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the operations of the Cordlife Group Limited bank and identify the pandemic-related problems that are specific to private or family cord blood banks.

Donna Regan MT(ASCP), SBB
NMDP Director

Donna will present statistics before and through the pandemic (CB orders, shipments, transplants) and the promotion of services that supported this activity. She will also highlight the unique steps taken by the registry to support unrelated transplant, not least of which is leveraging the cord blood story to cryopreserve all unrelated products prior to patient conditioning.

Lydia Foeken, NL
WMDA Executive Director

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