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Marianne Henderson Receives 2022 ISBER Pioneer’s Award

, by DCEG Staff

Marianne Henderson receives the ISBER Pioneer's Award

Marianne Henderson (right) receives the ISBER Pioneer's Award from Buzz Bies (left), corporate sponsor of the award. 

Marianne K. Henderson, M.S., CPC, Senior Advisor for Division Resources, received the 2022 Pioneer’s Award from the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) at the Society’s annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.  

Ms. Henderson was recognized for providing outstanding leadership to the founding, support, and incorporation of ISBER as an international biobanking society, and for playing a critical role in developing and executing ISBER’s vision and mission. She previously served as President of ISBER 2011-2012. Ms. Henderson currently sits on the Editorial Board for Biopreservation and Biobanking and is actively involved in large-scale biospecimen process improvements in operations, technology transfer, sustainability, and repository automation.

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