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The Envisioning Computational Innovations for Cancer Challenges (ECICC) is dedicated to accelerating computational oncology and developing research collaborations across cancer and computational sciences. We invite you to join us!
The ECICC Community arises from a collaborative program between the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Department of Energy (DOE), Joint Design of Advanced Computing Solutions for Cancer (JDACS4C) to simultaneously accelerate advances in precision oncology and computing.
In May 2021, leaders of the NCI-DOE Collaboration presented at the American Association for Cancer Researchers (AACR) Annual Meeting. Watch the presentation.
In March 2021, Four Interactive, Multidisciplinary Workshops + a World Café* were held to help shape a “Blue-Sky” vision for the future of Radiation Oncology.
On July 6-10, 2020, we held the NCI-DOE Collaboration 2020 Ideas Lab: Toward Building a Cancer Patient “Digital Twin,” a 5-day workshop to develop innovative cross-disciplinary collaborations and shape the future of predictive modeling across scales from biology to clinical care.
In March 2019, we held a multi-disciplinary, highly interactive Scoping Meeting at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Livermore Valley Open Campus. Cancer, data, and computational scientists from all career stages worked collaboratively to identify cancer challenge areas that push the limits of current cancer research computational practices and compel the development of innovative computational technologies.
Building on the cancer challenges identified at the Scoping Meeting, we held a series of virtual interactive Micro Labs on Cancer Challenges and Advanced Computing to continue the discussions:
1st MicroLab, June 2019: See information about our 1st Micro Lab
The 2nd MicroLab was held on September 25, 2019, 3:00 – 4:30 pm ET. Based on the breakout discussions from the first Micro Lab, participants developed use cases and identified critical next steps to shape future research in computational oncology! Download the presentations from the September Micro Lab on Cancer Challenges and Advanced Computing.
If you are interested in learning more or joining this multi-disciplinary community, please contact ECICC_Community@nih.gov.