CEINT's NanoPHEAT Project : Integrating Exposure and Toxicity Data to Build Risk Forecasting Tools
16 Apr 2020 | Contributor(s): Mark Wiesner, Jaleesia Amos
The NanoPHEAT tool (Nano Product Hazard and Exposure Assessment Tool) is built to compile dose-response curves from literature, including hundreds of papers, and calculates the estimated exposure to nanoparticles as released from real products, based on some in-house experimental values that we...
Jaqpot - An open-source web platform for creating, using, testing and sharing predictive models in nano-informatics
20 Jun 2019 | Contributor(s): Haralambos Sarimveis
Nano WG June 20, 2019Computational models that predict physicochemical properties, biokinetics or adverse biological effects of Engineered Nanomaterials (ENMs) are becoming increasingly important to support risk assessment and safety-by-design. This is primarily due to cost-saving and...
Transitioning to Predictive Analysis for Nanoparticle Biocorona Studies
14 May 2019 | Contributor(s): Korin Wheeler
Nano WG April 18, 2019: Proteins adsorbed to nanomaterials in a biological environment mediate cellular recognition, uptake, and toxicity of nanomaterials. Here, Dr. Korin Wheeler presents the development of experimental methods to characterize this population of proteins (also...
The history of chemical information and the materials of the future
25 Apr 2019 | Contributor(s): Evan Hepler-Smith
Techniques, technologies, cultures, and infrastructures of information management played a central role in the development of the modern chemical sciences and the global chemicals industry since the late 19th century. Chemical databases and analytical techniques that privileged abstract,...
FAIR for NanoSafety: where do we stand?
05 Apr 2019 | Contributor(s): Egon Willighagen
Nano WG April 4, 2019 Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable (FAIR) sharing of nanosafety data.
Dataset Curation, Assessment of their Quality, and Prediction Model Developments for Safe and Sustainable Nanotechnology (S2NANO)
29 Nov 2018 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Tae Hyun Yoon
Nano WG November 29, 2018: Tae Hyun Yoon, Prof./CEO/Ph.D., Yoon Idea Lab. Co. Ltd. & Hanyang University In this presentation, I will introduce our recent research outcomes from S2NANO: PredictNANO project, which aimed to bridge the nanosafety knowledge gaps between R&D...
NanoInformatics Knowledge Commons Curation Team: Building the Data Dictionary to Enrich Data Curation
11 Jul 2018 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Jaleesia Amos, Yuan Tian, Mervi Heiskanen
Nano WG Presentation, May 31st, 2018 Organized storing of data using informed-decision making to determine what information should be curated, when data curation is complete, and how to identify high-quality data. Purpose of NIKC structure & curation process: tell the story of...
Dissolution as a Paradigm in Regulating Nanomaterials
16 Aug 2017 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Frederick C. Klaessig
Nano WG presentation, August 10, 2017 Themes: • Dissolution as a decision criterion • Analogies to ζ-potential & VSSA • Relation to nanoform & nanoscale form • Dissolution kinetics and artifacts • ASTM particle ontology & Nanoinformatics Roadmap...
05 Jul 2017 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Stephanie Morris, Mervi Heiskanen
General Overview of the caNanoLab data portal: data submission workflow, collaboration features, data sharing and working with Journals and PubMed to share information about data submissions.
European Chemical Agency's work to implement REACH regulation for nanomaterials
04 May 2017 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Frank Le Curieux
Nano WG presentation on May 4, 2017. REACH = Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation (& restriction) of Chemicals aims to ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment while enhancing competitiveness and innovation. Nano materials are covered by...
Report to the DICOM Standards Committee - December 4, 2015
10 Dec 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Joseph Kalen
"DICOM 301" - Enhanced Multi-frame and Quantitation:
04 Sep 2014 | Presentations | Contributor(s): David Clunie
In-depth presentation on the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine StandardA one-hour presentation of DICOM presented by Dr. David Clunie for the members of DICOM Working Group 30, Small Animal Imaging.
pRainBow optical barcoding library
14 Aug 2014 | Reagents | Contributor(s): Andries Zijlstra
Note: this is a work in progress. About: pRainBow is a library of lentiviral vectors designed to allow for fluorescent labeling of cells with one of 7 distinct fluorescent proteins. Composition: How to obtain: How to cite: Other information:Good global...
Cloud Supercomputer Aided Diagnostic Imaging Decision Support System
18 Jun 2014 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Hiro Yoshida
ITCR PI meeting presentation on project status.
Data Acquisition Working Group
21 Apr 2014 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Tom Chenevert, Paul Kinahan
DA-WG Update on PET-CT and DWI MRI
Rationale for Creating an International Forum and NCI Funding Opportunities
18 Apr 2014 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Larry Clarke
The topic here is the creation of research networks and their value to cancer research.The Cancer Imaging Program, is administering several research networks. This presentation on the creation and value of two of them (The Network for Translational research or NTR, and the Quantitative Imaging...
Translational Cancer Imaging
18 Apr 2014 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Tony Ng, David Hawkes, Shonit Punwani
2014 QIN Face to Face Meeting
18 Apr 2014 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer, Laurence Clarke
The Quantitative Imaging Network (QIN) grows from the NCI program announcement "Quantitative Imaging for Evaluation of Responses to Cancer Therapies". The network is designed to promote research and development of quantitative imaging methods for the measurement of tumor response to therapies in...
Overview: The HUBzero Platform for Scientific Collaboration
18 Dec 2013 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Michael McLennan
This web site was created using a collaborative infrastructure called HUBzero, developed by Purdue University. HUBzero is the basis of nanoHUB.org and more than 50 other sites covering a wide range of scientific disciplines, including bio-fuels, microelectromechanical systems, cancer research,...
Overview on HUBzero - Building Scientific Communities Online
03 Sep 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Michael McLennan
This is a white paper/publication on the HUB and how one can build online communities using the HUBzero platform. See the tab on supporting documents for a video presentation.