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- The Digital Slide Archive June 13, 2017 — in Presentations
Presentation at the 2017 Informatics Technology for Cancer Research Annual Meeting Advanced development of an open-source platform for web-based integrative digital image analysis in cancer.…
- Pump data June 13, 2017 — in Publications
PROJECT HOME PUMP(round robin2) FDALink Computational Round Robin #2 was an international effort to assess the state of the art in biomedical computational fluid dynamics. The su…
- The impact of engineered nanomaterials on aquatic species: ISA-TAB compatible dataset mined from literature (2007-2016) June 13, 2017 — in PresentationsNano WG presentation, June 8, 2017 Primary scope of the project was to: Model the toxicity of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) at multiple levels and design and create a database (D…
I have been looking for a long time for a place to interact with the outside world. I am an FDA scientist in the Center for Devices and Radiological Devices. I don't remember how or when I stumbled on the NCIPhub, but I tested the groups feature with a few colleagues and then jumped in all the way by opening the group to a network of contacts interested in the evaluation of whole slide imaging. So far I am very happy with the platform to communicate and share. I am still building up my familiarity with the features, but where I have struggled the help has been great, creating tickets that is. If I can’t figure something out, I add a ticket and get a pretty prompt response. With this back and forth I was encouraged to also create “wishes” and a tool. I was also introduced to the "workspace" tool, which will be very useful in understanding the capabilities of tools. I am convinced that this is the home that I have been looking for and have started to use leverage it in my research and collaborations. Thanks!
Brandon D. Gallas FDA/CDRH/OSEL, Division of Imaging, Diagnostics, and Software Reliability