Stand Up 2 Cancer has several dream teams organized to help oncology research. Today, I came across an article from UCSC discussing how one of their associate professors in biomolecular engineering, Joshua Stuart (right), is joining as a member of Continue reading Stand Up To Cancer Using Oncology Informatics
Last week was a busy week for The Cardinal. Two days after Dr. Robert Carlson was announced as the new CEO of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), the Indianapolis Star announced that Dr. George Sledge will be leaving Indiana Continue reading Stanford Oncology Informatics
The short answer is probably not – the randomized control trial is safe for now. The longer answer when it comes to exploring molecular targets in oncology we may need to rethink the double-blind randomized control trial. Since current methods Continue reading End of the Double-Blind Randomized Control Trial?
Oncology Informatics Provides Decision Support Based on Gene Mutations Below is a video introduction to a publicly available project, MyCancerGenome.org, that integrates physician decision support, treatment information, published evidence, and current clinical trials. This is a great example of the Continue reading Oncology Informatics Provides Decision Support Based on Gene Mutations
Oncology Informatics In the Next Decade I am writing my personal statement for the upcoming fellowship application season in medical oncology. I plan to integrate training in oncology and informatics (oncology informatics). There was a spark for writing ignited in Continue reading Oncology Informatics