Talking To Your Center: Building A Project Team. February 2008 . Topic and Audience. Training Overview:.
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Talking To Your Center:Building A Project Team
caBIG™ is an information network enabling all constituencies in the cancer community – researchers, clinicians, patients – to share data and knowledge to accelerate the discovery of new diagnostics and therapeutics, and improve patient outcomes.
Cancer Center Director
The increased data sharing made possible by Getting Connected with caBIG™ increases the effectiveness and efficiency of cancer research, helping individual scientists, the cancer research community, and – ultimately – the patients.
What data will we share?
With whom do we need to share data?
(What software tools can help?)
How do we want to improve our data collection and management?
How do we want to streamline our data analysis?
Having defined data to share
Having evaluated observations from
the Capability Report
What tools will we implement?
How will we do it?
What resources will we need?
Who will be involved?
What are our desired outcomes?
Having identified improvements to data collection and management
Having targeted how to streamline data analysis
Develop data policies and security
Build/modify data models
Develop processes and procedures to support new software
Provide technical development for
technologists and train end users
The project team will involve people from all areas of our organization.
The project team will break into task or workspace groups to work on next steps.
Lesson 1: Introduction to caBIG™
Determining our specific path to connect with caBIG™ will require collaboration and involvement by domain decision-makers, end users, technical experts, and policy team members.
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