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RNA Sequencing Data and Cancer Care Engineering
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30 Mar 2014 | Contributor(s):: Tharindu Mathew, Ann Christine Catlin
FASTQ Files for RNA Sequencing Phase II of the Cancer Care Engineering project will analyze rectal tissue from colorectal cancer patients using RNA sequencing data. The raw RNA sequencing data is stored in FASTQ file format, and we are building viewers to help CCE researchers visualize and...
The 8th Annual Cancer Care Engineering Retreat
09 May 2013 | Contributor(s):: Marietta L. Harrison, Patrick J. Loehrer Sr., MD, Joseph F Pekny, Luanne Mi, Ann Christine Catlin
The 8th Annual Cancer Care Engineering Retreat was held Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at IUPUI Campus Center Room 268, 420 University Blvd, Indianapolis from 8:30am to 2:00pm. The Retreat Agenda covered the biological, clinical, laboratory, modeling and informatics perspectives of the Cancer Care...
Aliquot Distribution Protocol for Sample Tracking
26 Sep 2012 | Contributor(s):: Ann Christine Catlin
This document defines the aliquot barcode for the CCE project and specifies the distribution protocol for the sample aliquots based on the assigned barcode.
Executive Summary for the Cancer Care Engineering Project
27 Jul 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Ann Christine Catlin, Marietta L. Harrison, Patrick J. Loehrer Sr., MD, Joseph F Pekny, Luanne Mi, Sumudinie Fernando, Sudheera R. Fernando, Ruchith
The Warfighter Cancer Care Engineering Research Project (WCCE) views cancer as a system that can be described and modeled for predictive behavior, by applying the principles of systems engineering to cancer prevention, detection, treatment and care delivery. Our approach of...
5th Annual Cancer Care Engineering Retreat
27 May 2010 |
The 5th Annual Cancer Care Engineering Retreat was held Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at the University Place Conference Center IUPUI Campus from 8:30am to 4:00pm. The CCE Retreat Agenda covered the clinical, laboratory, modeling and informatics perspectives of the Cancer Care Engineering and...
May 26 2010
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Cancer Care Engineering Colorectal Cancer : Rationale and Process
22 May 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Ann Christine Catlin
Sample Acquisition and Management team leader Gabriela Chiorean, M.D. presents the rationale and process for cancer care engineering of colorectal cancer.Perform "omics" analysis of healthy, polyps, cancer samplesCompare analysis results between cancer, polyps and healthy: develop new screening...
Klaunig Oxidative Stress Analysis Laboratory
07 Feb 2009 | | Contributor(s):: James E. Klaunig, Ph.D., Xinzhu Pu
Studies in the laboratory of James Klaunig concentrate on understanding the mechanism by which chemicals induce cancer and the means to prevent or retard this process. Recent investigations have revolved around the role of oxidative stress and oxidative damage in the induction of cancer by...
Back to Class 2008
23 Oct 2008 | | Contributor(s):: Marietta Harrison, Joseph F Pekny
Professors Joseph Pekny and Marietta Harrison present the Cancer Care Engineering hierarchy of projects, a highly innovative, interdisciplinary, multi-institutional endeavor that holds promise for revolutionizing the current paradigms of cancer prevention, detection, treatment and care delivery...
Xu Lipidomics Analysis Laboratory
14 Oct 2008 | | Contributor(s):: Yan Xu, HUI CAI
The lipidomic approach in the laboratory of Yan Xu deals with understanding, at the molecular level, the mechanism of development of ovarian, breast, prostate, and other malignancies. These include developing effective diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers for these diseases and novel therapeutic...
Protocol Documents for Processing and Tracking Samples for CCE
30 Sep 2008 | | Contributor(s):: Kyle Nicholas Kurasz, Ann Christine Catlin, Jenifer L. Miller
Blood samples will be obtained from patients undergoing colonoscopies at the Indiana University Medical Center. Once colonoscopy results are read, samples will be labeled as normal, polyp, or cancer samples. Samples will be processed according to standard methodology and distributed to sample...
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