NCI Biomedical Informatics Blog
- The Promise and the Challenge of Deep Learning in Pathology
- Predictive Modeling for Pre-clinical Drug Screening: Improving Models Derived From Observational Studies Using Machine Learning and Simulation
- Population Level Pilot: Population Information Integration, Analysis, and Modeling for Precision Surveillance
- Introducing the Data Commons Framework
- Modeling the Dynamics of Membrane-bound Mutant RAS to Accelerate Discovery of Novel Drug Targets
Biomedical Informatics Resources
A central focus of the NCIP mission is the provision of a wide array of informatics resources — applications, data collections, analytical algorithms, standards, and infrastructure components, to name only the most obvious — needed to sustain the broad cancer-research and biomedical-informatics community. Over the long term, the NCIP seeks to ensure that the cancer-research community including NCI-designated cancer centers, the upcoming National Cancer Trials Network (NCTN), Specialized Programs of Research Excellence (SPORES), and individual scientists working in both intramural and extramural laboratories have the necessary informatics capabilities to carry out their missions.