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NASEM’s report on Digital Twins is now available!

“Foundational Research Gaps & Future Directions for Digital Twins,” published by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) identifies cross-sector challenges and recommendations to support this potentially transformative approach for biomedical research. Priorities include development of multi-agency collaborations with industry to advance the mathematical, statistical, and computational…

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Request for Information: Calling all Researchers and Healthcare Community Contributors

NEW NCI Childhood Cancer Data Initiative (CCDI) Request for Information (RFI) on Electronic Health Record (EHR) data! Responses due using the submission webform by February 29, 2024.  NCI’s CCDI invites participation from all stakeholders across the cancer research and health care community including vendors and developers in understanding information on existing capabilities for automated EHR…

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New Administrative Supplement Opportunity — Digital Twins in Radiation Oncology!  

The NCI Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis and the Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology announce the Digital Twins Radiation Oncology (DTRO) administrative supplement opportunity. This administrative supplement funding opportunity seeks to leverage the existing infrastructure in radiation oncology, radiation biology and data science to facilitate new…

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Register for the AI Data Readiness Challenge for the NCI Cancer Research Data Commons!

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is hosting an AI Data Readiness Challenge for the NCI Cancer Research Data Commons (CRDC). The research community is invited to help identify considerations and gaps related to the AI readiness of CRDC data, and to promote best practices regarding data generation in the future that is compatible with downstream AI applications—including the level of standardization…

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The First ECICC Community MicroLab on Cancer Challenges and Advanced Computing was held on June 11, 2019!

  • What is a MicroLab? MicroLabs are 60-90 minute, highly interactive, virtual events. Unlike webinars which are focused on disseminating information, the purpose of µLabs is to facilitate stimulating scientific discussions in smaller more intimate virtual breakout groups.

  • A multi-disciplinary group of over 200 scientists participated in our first virtual, ECICC Community MicroLab on June 11, 2019!

  • The MicroLab focused on the four cancer challenge areas developed by attendees of the Envisioning Computational Innovations for Cancer Challenges (ECICC) Scoping Meeting held in March 2019.

  • Download MicroLab Recording 

 

NOW AVAILABLE! Breakout Discussion Notes (VIEW)

  •  Review notes from all of the breakout groups and add your ideas, comments, suggestions, and recommendations.

  • Add your voice and your ideas to help develop NEW, compelling questions and help shape the vision for the future!

    • To add comments: click on the chat icon at the top right of the Google Doc, or simply scroll along the right margin of any page and click on the ‘Add a Comment’ icon.
    • No need to click save! Google Docs saves everything automatically.

 

MicroLab Presentations 

 

Additional Information:

 

If you are interested in learning more -- or joining -- our multidisciplinary community, please contact ECICCcommunity@nih.gov 

Created by Malachi Greaves Last Modified Mon April 25, 2022 4:06 pm by Lynn Borkon