Category: omics

Jan 17

Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Diagnostics and Prognostics: Radiologists in the Driver’s Seat

Hugo Aerts, Ph.D.Hugo Aerts, Ph.D.

By Hugo Aerts, Ph.D. Director, Computational Imaging and Bioinformatics Laboratory (CIBL) Associate Professor, Harvard University In the past year, the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in radiology, also called “radiomics,” has been getting a lot of attention, mainly because of the progress Deep Learning (DL) has made from a sub-human performance to performance that is …

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Jan 03

Breaking Down Data Silos: The Urgency of Now

By NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT) and Center for Strategic Scientific Initiatives (CSSI) Staff Now is the time for researchers across domains to ideate together, share data, and maximize the utility of those data. This is “the urgency of now” according to former Vice President Joe Biden, who delivered the keynote …

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Mar 07

Democratizing Access to CCG Data: Cancer Genomics Cloud Pilots

By Izumi Hinkson, Ph.D., NCI CBIIT Cancer Informatics Branch In recent years, genomics has been described as a big data science on par with the likes of Twitter, YouTube, and the scientific pursuit of understanding the universe1. These comparisons are certainly not exaggerations, especially considering that genomic data is generated at a rate of 1 zetta-bases …

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Permanent link to this article: https://ncip.nci.nih.gov/blog/democratizing-access-ccg-data-cancer-genomics-cloud-pilots/

Sep 27

NCI’s CPTAC Releases an Openly Accessible Data Set Primed for Multi-omic Integration

On September 4, 2013, NCI’s Clinical Proteomics Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC) publicly released proteomic data produced from colorectal tumor samples previously analyzed as part of The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) initiative.  This is the first release of proteomic tumor data designed to complement genomic data from the same tumors. Since its launch in 2006, the …

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Permanent link to this article: https://ncip.nci.nih.gov/blog/ncis-clinical-proteomic-tumor-analysis-consortium-releases-openly-accessible-data-set-primed-multi-omic-integration/