May 2, 2016
On March 31, Intel Corporation and the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health and Sciences University announced two new leading cancer centres have joined the Collaborative Cancer Cloud (CCC): Dana Farber Cancer Institute and OICR.
The CCC is a distributed precision medicine analytics platform that allows institutions to securely share and analyze large amounts of data while also preserving patient privacy and security. The CCC will make it easier, faster and more affordable to determine how genes interact to cause disease in individual patients.
March 31, 2016
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Ontario Institute for Cancer Research join Collaborative Cancer Cloud
Two leading cancer centers join effort to securely share genomic, imaging and clinical data to better understand the root causes of cancer and accelerate potentially lifesaving discoveries
PORTLAND, Ore. – The Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health & Science University and Intel Corporation are expanding participation in the Collaborative Cancer Cloud, a distributed precision medicine analytics platform, to include Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Ontario Institute for Cancer Research. The institutions will join the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute in leveraging Intel’s technology to securely share and analyze their collectively large amounts of data, while preserving the privacy and security of patient data at each site.