The NCIP Hub is sponsored by the National Cancer Informatics Program with a mission to building scientific communities and making your research useful to others.
What is the NCIP Hub?
The National Cancer Informatics Program (NCIP) Hub is a site for community research and collaboration in cancer research and informatics. Users can share resources, host online communities, and use collaboration tools . These resources are available to visitors from all over the world. The NCIP hub is supported by the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health to foster collective innovation and democratize access to data, tools and standards across the cancer research community.
About the National Cancer Informatics Program (NCIP)
NCIP is a cross-NCI program to support biomedical informatics in cancer research. It was launched by the NCI Director in Spring 2012 to assess and meet informatics needs of NCI programs and share the resources generated.
Join the NCIP Hub
Take a Tour of the HUBzero platform and see how you can use the infrastructure behind the NCIP Hub to further your own research and educational activities. Create an account. It's free and provides access to online resources, communities, and other content contributed by community members. Become a contributor by uploading resources for others to use and share. Ask a question in the community forum, and let the community help.