Gateways 2022: NIH’s Community Hub—A Resource for Collaboration and Sharing of Data, Tools, and Standards Among the Cancer Research Community

October 18, 2022 4:10 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. ET

Note: Online registration for the conference is no longer available, but on-site registration will be available ($600 USD). If you plan to attend an online tutorial between October 5–13, email Sandra Gesing.

Are you attending the Science Gateways Community Institute’s “Gateways 2022” conference this October 18–20? If you are, plan to join CBIIT Health Science Administrator Dr. Esmeralda “Emi” Casas-Silva’s presentation on NCI Community Hub. (Refer to the conference program for details on the presentation date and time.)

The CBIIT-funded NCI Community Hub is a free NCI collaboration resource for connecting the cancer community to facilitate sharing of data, tools, and standards. Members of this “collaboratory” can access resources such as:

  • data sets and computational tools with digital object identifiers (DOIs),
  • teaching materials, and
  • workshop materials.

Not attending the conference and want to learn more about the NCI Community Hub? Visit the resource’s website.

Esmeralda “Emi” Casas-Silva, Ph.D.

Dr. Casas-Silva is a health science administrator and program director for NCI. In this role she applies her biomedical sciences and policy background in support of the Cancer Research Data Commons, including development oversight of NCI’s Clinical Trials Data Commons. She also co-leads NCI’s Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Cancer Research forum and contributes to the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health’s efforts to enable genomic data sharing for the benefit of human health.

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