Tissue Banks International (TBI), Baltimore, MD, announced it is expanding its eye banking services in Southern California.
What does TBI stand for?
TBI stands for Tissue Banks International (international network of eye and tissue banks)
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- The Bethlehem Institute (Minneapolis, MN)
- The Biomimicry Institute (Missoula, MT)
- The Biotechnology Initiative (now Life Sciences Ontario; Ontario, Canada)
- The British Institute
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To find out more about becoming an eye and tissue donor and for a list of other eye banks affiliated with Tissue Banks International, log on to www.
Our first two additions, Tissue Banks International (TBI) and Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation (MTF), have merged successfully and we have already begun to realize the tremendous giving nature of our donor families in ways never before possible.
He is currently medical director for the Medical Eye Bank of Maryland and director of the Medical Board of Directors at Tissue Banks International.
Tissue Banks International (TBI) and the California Transplant Donor Network (CTDN) announced they are launching a new partnership which will allow both organizations to provide service to donor families and medical communities in the northern California region.
OTCBB:CLRI) today announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with Tissue Banks International (TBI), a non-profit provider of tissues for orthopedic, spinal, sports medicine, and urologic surgery, for the supply of Clearant Process[R] sports medicine implants.
NASDAQ:ILSE) and Tissue Banks International are pleased to announce the execution of an agreement to install an IntraLase FS laser for the preparation of corneal allografts at The National Eye Bank Center, TBI's new state-of-the-art facility in Memphis, Tenn.
WHO: Session presenters and thought leaders are available for interview, including perspectives of: -- Industry -- James Forsell, PhD, AATB Session Moderator, Chair of the AATB Musculoskeletal Council and Executive Vice President of Tissue Banks International -- Physicians With Extensive Tissue Transplant Experience -- Warren King, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, and Medical Consultant to the Oakland Raiders NFL Team in Oakland, California -- David Langer, MD, Neurosurgeon, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY -- Clearant, Inc.