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Collaborative Cancer Cloud demonstrates feasibility of data-sharing model, transitioning proof of concept to projects aimed at technology deployment

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NIH selects OHSU Knight Cancer Institute to co-lead largest national database for pediatric cancer, rare disease research

The first pilot funds for cancer early detection have been awarded

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Five research teams at OHSU have been awarded Cancer Early Detection And Research seed grants. CEDAR, a new center in the Knight Cancer Institute, is working to understand the biology of the progression from normal tissue to pre-malignancy to cancer. The center is seeking to develop new diagnostic technologies, find ways discriminate lethal from non-lethal disease, and ultimately identify therapies to treat early tumors.

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OHSU Knight Cancer Institute selected to join prestigious national consortium, receive $9.2 million

OHSU investigators will focus on improving therapeutic strategies for treatment-resistant triple negative breast cancer

Physician studying gene data in cancer immunotherapy lands $240,000 grant

Reid Thompson, M.D., Ph.D., a staff physician with the VA Portland Health Care System and assistant professor in the OHSU Department of Radiation Medicine, will explore genomic predictors of response to cancer immunotherapy with new funding from the Sunlin and Priscilla Chou Foundation.

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Dr. Abhinav Nellore recruited through Collaborative Recruitment Pool Program

Another faculty recruitment has been finalized through the school’s Collaborative Recruitment Pool program.

Abhinav Nellore, Ph.D., joined OHSU Nov. 1 as an assistant professor of biomedical engineering working in the Computational Biology Program, with a joint appointment in the Department of Surgery.

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Three questions for Reid Thompson

Reid Thompson, M.D., Ph.D., is assistant professor of radiation medicine, with a joint appointment in computational biology, OHSU School of Medicine, and a staff physician, VA Portland Health Care System.

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2016 Race for the Cure: OHSU scientist on cutting edge of breast cancer research