“Integration, Annotation and Analysis Services for Biomedical Data”
To share and fully utilize biomedical data, it needs to be integrated with other data and annotated with metadata using standard terminologies and methods. Similarly biological objects such as genes, proteins, pathways, drug interactions, and treatments need to be culled from the literature and organized by their functions and interactions - even the best-automated methods need quality training sets. Only organized data informs.
- The Clinical Proteomics Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC) – Data Center
- Clinical Genome Resource (ClinGen)
- Georgetown Vaccine Information and Safety Resource – GVISR
Publications resulting from work in this research platform
Nathan J. Edwards, Mauricio Oberti, Ratna R. Thangudu, Shuang Cai, Peter B. McGarvey, Shine Jacob, Subha Madhavan, and Karen A. Ketchum. 2015. “The CPTAC Data Portal: A Resource for Cancer Proteomics Research”, Journal of Proteome Research. Accepted.
McGarvey. P.B., Dharia, S., Oberti, M., Dragomir A, Hedlund, E., Tanenbaum, D., Suzek, B., and Madhavan S. 2012. “Informatics and Data Quality at Collaborative Multicenter Breast and Colon Cancer Family Registries”, J Am Med Inform Assoc. Feb 9. PMC3392863