CASE STUDY: Reinvigorating GBM Research with Hope for Future Therapies
Dr. Antonio Iavarone and his research group at Columbia University have discovered the first recurrent gene fusion in glioblastoma. Find how how they did it and potential implications in this Case Study.
Chromophobe Kidney Cancer Sample Collection Completion Marks Two Important Events for TCGA
Kenna Shaw, Ph.D., Director of The Cancer Genome Atlas Program Office, talks about the completion of chromophobe kidney cancer sample collection.
The New Backbone of Clinical Trial Design
Dr. Douglas Levine, Head of the Gynecology Research Laboratory at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, writes about genomics directed trials in gynecological cancers.
- December 2012
Researchers Use TCGA Glioblastoma Data in the Discovery of a Novel Fusion Gene Implicated in a Subset of Brain Tumors
- October 2012
TCGA Research Network Reports the First Comprehensive Characterization of Squamous Cell Lung Cancer
- September 2012
TCGA Analysis Reveals New Insights about Colorectal Cancer
- August 2012
Analyses of TCGA Whole Genome Sequencing Data Elucidate the Role of Transposable Elements in Tumorigenesis
- February 2012
Association between BRCA1 and BRCA2 Mutations and Ovarian Cancer Survival Identified in part through TCGA Data Analysis