Subhashini Jagu, Ph.D.
Scientific Policy and Program Branch A Chief, Supervisory Health Scientist Administrator
I support NCI’s endeavors to maximize the value and impact of data by developing and implementing policies for broad and responsible data sharing. This means I provide programmatic oversight and scientific expertise for NCI data sharing programs, such as the Childhood Cancer Data Initiative, where coordinated data sharing efforts are especially needed to learn from each patient and spur new discoveries to improve patient outcomes. I collaborate with many groups across NCI and NIH and external stakeholders to facilitate efforts to get data into repositories that are accessible by the entire research community.
Childhood Cancer Data Initiative (CCDI)Develops means to collect and share childhood cancer data to learn from every child with cancer.
Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Access CommitteeGrants researchers access to controlled childhood cancer and structural birth defects data.
NCI Data Access CommitteeReviews requests to access data in the database of Genotypes and Phenotypes.
Pediatric MATCHEnrolls children, teens, and young adults to test precision medicine for childhood cancers.
An Expanded Universe of Cancer Targets. Cell, 2021.
Concatenated Multitype L2 Fusion Proteins as Candidate Prophylactic Pan-Human Papillomavirus Vaccines. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2009.
In the News
In the NewsResearchers seeking potential targets for treating childhood cancers now have an even better tool for the job. Check out the latest enhancements to the NCI Childhood Cancer Data Initiative’s (CCDI’s) Molecular Targets Platform.CCDI additions include molecular characterization data from childhood cancer patients of racial and ethnic diversity.Learn more about new streamlined access to broad-use data sets within the database of Genotypes and Phenotypes (dbGaP).
- Ph.D., Cancer Biology, University of Hyderabad
- M.Sc., Biotechnology, Sri Venkateswara University
- Program Director, Cancer Target Discovery and Development Network, NCI Office of Cancer Genomics
- Faculty Research Associate, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
- 2009 AACR Annual Meeting Scholar-in-Training Award
- 2008 GSK Biologicals Award for Excellence in Translational Research
- Patent: Richard Roden and Subhashini Jagu (2007)—“Multitype HPV Peptide Compositions and Method for Treatment or Prevention of Human Papillomavirus Infection”
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