Adverse Events Terminology Standards, Data Elements and Case Report Forms
15 Mar 2014 | Contributor(s): Sherri de Coronado, Ann Christine Catlin, Sumudinie fernando, Denise Warzel
Standards for coding, naming and grading adverse events (AEs) in cancer clinical trials include both cancer-focused and broader systems that all result from collaboration among academic, governmental, and pharmaceutical industry clinical investigators. They are all based on the need for...
TCGA Common Data Elements
15 Mar 2014 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Ann Christine Catlin, Sumudinie fernando, Denise Warzel
TCGA Common Data ElementsTCGA version 2.6 CDEs are the standard elements that were used in validation of clinical data in the TCGA 2.6 data files. The data files are available for download at the Data Matrix. This resource page at the NCIP HUB presents the CDEs for easy search and discovery....
caNanoLab: data sharing to expedite the use of nanotechnology in biomedicine
13 Dec 2013 | Publications | Contributor(s): Sharon Gaheen, George W Hinkal, Stephanie A Morris, Michal Lijowski, Mervi Heiskanen, Juli Klemm
The use of nanotechnology in biomedicine involves the engineering of nanomaterials to act as therapeutic carriers, targeting agents and diagnostic imaging devices. The application of nanotechnology in cancer aims to transform early detection, targeted therapeutics and cancer prevention and...
QIN HUBzero update
28 Oct 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer
presentation for the QIN EC meeting 10/21/2013
HUBzero: A Web-based Platform for research, Education and Scientific Collaboration
11 Sep 2013 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Michael McLennan
Imagine an app store for scientists, engineers, and educators filled with simulation and modeling tools — not simple Java applets, but real research codes that tackle difficult problems and may require substantial computing power drawn from the Cloud. Imagine a new way of publishing...
Overview on HUBzero - Building Scientific Communities Online
03 Sep 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Michael McLennan
This is a white paper/publication on the HUB and how one can build online communities using the HUBzero platform. See the tab on supporting documents for a video presentation.