Powerful technology to collect, browse, explore and analyze data shared by medical researchers working together at the Hub.
Worldwide prospective & retrospective clinical data for thymic malignancies, providing a solid evidence basis to improve patient outcomes.
Epigenetics and dietary impact: genes and modification types for epigentic changes shown to be involved in the onset of breast cancer.
Factors that improve bone building during adolescence, including dietary factors which influence calcium and bone metabolism.
Molecular signatures for colorectal cancer predicting early disease onset and effective treatment response, to dramatically reduce death from cancer.
Structured HIV disclosure intervention for resource-limited settings to improve the welfare of HIV-infected children and their caregivers.
“The goal of the Cancer Care Engineering project is to utilize a holistic perspective of the cancer care system to translate the breathtaking advances of science and remarkable research capability into practical treatments and care improvements as quickly as possible.”
Joe Pekny, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University
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