The following are links to other cancer and systems biology groups that can provide information on related projects. Because we work on different approaches to solving the complicated problem of cancer, it’s important to stay informed about current research and breakthroughs.
Georgetown University’s Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics focuses its research on biomedical informatics for genomic and molecular data.
The Institute for Systems Biology website covers research, education and partnership information about the Seattle-based organization.
CANCER SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
The National Cancer Institute’s Integrative Cancer Biology Program develops computational models of processes related to cancer treatment and research.
Wikipedia has become an excellent overview source for systems biology information. The article on Cancer Systems Biology includes references to a number of excellent foundational journal articles.
The American Cancer Society has been providing resources for researchers, patients, and doctors for 100 years.
The American Association for Cancer Research website has information on general cancer topics, including cancer scientists, advocates, and clinical trials.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology is a group where doctors, researchers, and students can collaborate, and find and share information.
The National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) contains in depth information for patients, researchers, and the public. Statistics, clinical trials, and new advances can all be found on its website.
The National Institutes of Health provide funding and training opportunities as well as general information useful for patients, doctors, and researchers.
The NIH Clinical Trials are an important resource for patients, health care providers, and researchers.