The biobank of the CHU UCL Namur, created in 2009, is mainly focused on neoplastic pathologies with a special interest for haematology (leukemias, myelomas, lymphomas…). We are using standard operating procedures to store samples (tissue, cells and corresponding plasma/serum) according different conservation modes (-80°C, liquid nitrogen, paraffin). All samples are associated to corresponding clinical/biological data (patient history, treatment received, molecular biology ...). If possible, samples are collected at different stages of the clinical course of the patient (diagnosis, remission, relapse…). The structure is flexible and can also meet most specific demands of researchers (prospective collection).