What address is used for sponsor related shipping materials/supplies, leukapheresis pick-up location and investigational product receipt?
Morgan Straubel/Kara McGee
MD Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd., Room P14.2910
Lutheran Pavilion Building, Floor 14,
Houston, Texas 77030
The products for Externally Sponsored Protocols are handled/prepared in the Core Laboratory.
9 Class IIA Biosafety Cabinets are located in the Core Laboratory, room P14.2910.
The Cell Therapy Laboratory has one chemical fume hood for general use, room P14.3124.
The facility is able to store investigational product temporarily in vapor phase LN2. Typical storage time frames range from two days to one month.
Yes, P14.3140 is our LN2 vapor phase storage tank area. This room requires badge access entry and all LN2 tanks are secured with padlock.
Unfortunately, the Cell Therapy Laboratory is unable to accommodate sponsor-provided equipment.
Yes, the Cell Therapy Laboratory has secured access at the main entrance and all laboratory areas.
Yes, all Cell Therapy Laboratory equipment is supported by emergency power supply.
The REES Scientific Automated Monitoring System which records temperature, humidity, differential pressure, carbon dioxide, oxygen, etc., provides continuous (24/7/365) monitoring of refrigerators, freezers, LN2 tanks, incubators, etc. Temperature graphs available upon request.
Yes, all transport containers are validated for the appropriate temperature ranges.
Thawing in the lab or at bedside is protocol specific for infusion preparation.
Typically, the Cell Therapy Laboratory selects a group of approximately four staff members to focus on the logistics, handling, and preparation of products for each trial.