The NHGRI Genomic Data Science Analysis, Visualization, and Informatics Lab-Space (AnVIL) is a project to build a data commons to allow researchers to efficiently analyze and visualize genomics data on the cloud. Additional information
is a scientific analysis workbench used by thousands of scientists worldwide to analyze genomic, proteomic, imaging, and other large biomedical datasets. Get more information about their analysis tools.
Genomic Data Analysis Network (GDAN)
is a network of individuals and institutions that produce the bulk of the analysis required to interpret the data generated by the Genomic Characterization Centers (GCCs)....additional information.
Serial Measurements of Molecular and Architectural Responses to Therapy. It is the flagship project of the Knight Cancer Institute’s new Precision Oncology program. Learn more...
Genotype-to-Phenotype Database (G2P)
G2P is an open, aggregate public clinical cancer knowledge base for storing and searching connections between genomic biomarkers (“genotypes”) and patient diagnosis, prognosis, and response to treatment (“phenotypes”). Additional information
Precision Cancer Medicine Informatics
We are developing data analysis methods and data management software to store, analyze, and integrate clinical, imaging, and molecular data for (1) treating cancer using precision therapies adapted over time; and (2) discovering and understanding mechanisms of resistance in cancer. Learn more...
Eukaryotic Genome Annotation for Research and Education
G-OnRamp is a collaboration between two successful and long-running projects — the Genomics Education Partnership (GEP) and the Galaxy Project.
Web-based Interactive Visual Analysis
Our lab develops frameworks and applications for doing interactive visual analysis on the Web. Visual analysis combines visualization with analysis tools & pipelines so that visual inspection can be used to guide tool & pipeline usage.