The Hoogland Lymphoma Biobank is a team of clinicians, researchers, and care providers dedicated to facilitating research in lymphoma. Through this research, we have established a biobank — a collection of medical and clinical data and samples — that will specifically be used to further advance research and treatment in the care of patients with hematologic diseases such as Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Through collecting, processing, and storing tissue, blood, and fecal matter, we facilitate research into causes, treatments, and cures for different types of lymphomas. Storing information on the collected specimens gives our team access to de-identified data from a large number of patients. Exploring the differences and similarities between large numbers of patients allows us to explore more options for those affected by lymphoma.