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European Cancer Researchers Failing to Use Research Tools

Janet Fricker | Ecancer | March 10, 2011

A survey of European cancer researchers undertaken by the European Association for Cancer Research shows a widespread lack of use of caBIG research orientated tools in Europe. The cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG) was launched in 2003 by the US National Cancer Institute with the aim of connecting research teams through the use of shared infrastructure and software to collect, anal Read More »

Getting There from Here: Four Considerations for Transitioning to Open Development

Juli Klemm | National Cancer Informatics Program | July 20, 2012

For almost two years now, we at the NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology have been talking about how to create an open-development ecosystem around the digital resources that have been developed through the caBIG program. Read More »

National Cancer Institute RFI For Open Development Initiative

National Cancer Institute | FedBizOpps.Gov | June 21, 2011

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT) is requesting information from open development community experts about models of open development applicable to the biomedical research community.

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UC Davis Health System Partners with State to Direct World-renowned California Cancer Registry

Press Release | UC Davis Health System | June 26, 2012

The University of California Davis Health System announced today that it will partner with the California Department of Public Health to run the day-to-day operations of the California Cancer Registry, one of the world's leading resources for population-based data on cancer. Read More »

What do mHealth, eHealth and Behavioral Science Mean for the Future of Healthcare?

Alex Howard | O'Reilly Radar | May 21, 2012

We're living through one of the most dynamic periods in healthcare in our collective history...This month, I had the opportunity to discuss some of these trends with Dr. Audie Atienza (@AudieAtienza), a researcher who focuses on behavioral science and healthcare.

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