Large-Scale Data Sharing Initiatives in Genomic Oncology

  • Andrade J
  • Cox S
  • Volchenboum S
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KEY POINTS ? Large-scale genomic data sharing initiatives offer researchers the ability to centralize data, processing power, and tools used in discovery in genomic oncology. ? A variety of sharing data sources are described that will be useful to molecular pathologists and other genomic researchers. ? Privacy, data standards, and accessibility are all key issues for the research community, funders, and organizers to address as these initiatives continue to develop. ? By increasing the volume of data (types and subtypes of cancers, as well as the diversity of populations) and access to the data, potential discovery and translational science opportunities are increased through data sharing. IN




Andrade, J., Cox, S. M., & Volchenboum, S. L. (2018). Large-Scale Data Sharing Initiatives in Genomic Oncology. Advances in Molecular Pathology, 1(1), 135–148.

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