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A Virtual Research Environment for Cancer Imaging (VRE-CI). JISC VRE frameworks phase 3. 18 months 01/05/2009 – 31/10/2010. Project Partner: Microsoft Research Lee Dirks Alex Wade Roger Barga Team members: PI. Prof. Anne E. Trefethen Co-I. Dr. Vicente Grau

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A virtual research environment for cancer imaging vre ci

A Virtual Research Environment for Cancer Imaging (VRE-CI)

  • JISC VRE frameworks phase 3.

  • 18 months 01/05/2009 – 31/10/2010.

  • Project Partner: Microsoft Research

    • Lee Dirks

    • Alex Wade

    • Roger Barga

  • Team members:

    • PI. Prof. Anne E. Trefethen

    • Co-I. Dr. Vicente Grau

    • Project Manager Dr. M. Susana Avila-Garcia.

    • Technical developer: Dr. Pin Hu.

  • http://www.oerc.ox.ac.uk/research/vre-ci

VRE-CIproject is funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) to provide a framework to allow researchers and clinicians involved in Cancer Imaging to share information, images and algorithms.


Vre ci
VRE-CI

Extend the functionality of the Research Information Centre (RIC) and include tools for articulating and sharing imaging algorithms through the integration of Trident.


Current activities
Current activities

  • Initial experiences:

    • Installation of the RIC.

    • Licensing

  • Becoming familiar with the RIC architecture.

  • Defining data models:

    • Using and adapting both DICOM information model and the data model defined by the Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG) of the National Cancer Institute. https://cabig.nci.nih.gov/

      • Ensure automatic population of image metadata when loading DICOM files.

    • Investigating into analysis models (algorithms, inputs & results)

  • Developing Web parts and Web services for algorithms for cancer image segmentation.

  • Working with the technical administrator and developer of the Gray Institute to address the access to their server and data.