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Scientific Publications Related to caBIG®

Peer-Reviewed Papers

This list of peer-reviewed articles detailing caBIG® technologies and informatics tools or describing research performed using caBIG® tools or other resources is organized by the year of publication and alphabetically by the name of the first author.

The bibliography will be updated on a regular basis. We invite members of the caBIG® community and other interested researchers to submit papers for inclusion once accepted by a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

Please note that some of the articles included on this bibliography have subscription-only access.

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    2011

    • Amin W, Chandan U, Parwani AV, Becich MJ.  Biomedical Informatics for Anatomic Pathology. In: Cheng L, Bostwick DG, eds.  Essentials of Anatomic Pathology. 3rd ed.  Springer: 2011. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Breton V, Maigne L, Sarramia D, Hill D.  Eight Years Using Grids for Life Sciences. In: Ekins S, Hupcey MAZ, Williams AJ, eds.  Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research.  John Wiley & Sons: 2011.  Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Fitzgerald TJ, Bishop-Jodoin M, Urie MM, Ulin K, Ibbott GS, Purdy JA, Saltz JH, Peters LJ, Cicchetti MG, Schnall M, Deasy J, Bosch WR, Knopp MV, Schwartz LH, White KS, Hanusik R, Kessel SK, Morano K, Laurie F.  Quality Assurance of Clinical Trials in the management of Cancer in the Head and Neck.  In: Bernier J, ed.  Head and Neck Cancer: Multimodality Management.  Springer: 2011.Collaborators; Inaccessible.
    • Foster I.  How Computation Changes Research.  In: Bartscherer T, Coover R, eds.  Switching Codes: Talking Through Digital Technology in the Humanities and the Arts.University of Chicago Press: 2011.  Collaborators: None listed.
    • Grossman C, McGinnisDigital Infrastructure for the Learning Health System: the Foundation for Continuous Improvement in Health and Healthcare.  National Academies Press: 2011.  Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Komatsoulis GA.  Collaboration in Cancer Research Community: cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG).  In: Ekins S, Hupcey MAZ, Williams AJ, eds.  Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research.  John Wiley & Sons: 2011.  Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Manset D.  Gridifying Neuroscientific Pipelines: A SOA Recipe and Experience from the neuGRID Project.  In: Kldiashvili E, ed.  Grid Technologies for E-Health: Applications for Telemedicine Services and Delivery.  Georgian Telemedicine Union: 2011.  Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Marcus FB, Cesario A.  Introduction to Systems Approaches.  In: Marcus FB, Cesario A, eds.  Cancer Systems Biology, Bioinformatics and Medicine.  Springer: 2011.  Collaborators: None listed.
    • Olsen L, Grossman C, McGinnis JM.  Moving Forward.  In: Learning What Works: Infrastructure Needed for Comparative Effectiveness Research.  National Academies Press: 2011.  Collaborators: None listed.
    • O’Rourke N, MacBeth F, Thompson E.  New Directions in the Evaluation and Presentation of Clinical Research in Lung Cancer.  In: Jeremić B, ed.  Advances in Radiation Oncology in Lung Cancer. Medical Radiology.  Springer: 2011.  Collaborators: None listed.
    • Papaconstantinou A, Dancey JE. NCI Sponsored Clinical Trials. In: Hidalgo M, Garrett-Mayer E, Clendeninn NJ, Eckhardt SG, eds. Principles of Anticancer Drug Development. Springer: 2011. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Vail DM, Thamm DH. Spontaneous Companion Animal (Pet) Cancers. In: Tumor Models in Cancer Research: Cancer Drug Discovery and Development.  Springer: 2011. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Wang Y, Li H, Miller DJ, Xuan J.  Bioinformatics and Public Access Resources.  In: Bouchard C, Hoffman EP, eds.  Genetic and Molecular Aspects of Sports Medicine.  Wiley-Blackwell: 2011.  Collaborators: None listed.
    • Zanders ED.  Scientific Networking and Collaborations.  In: Ekins S, Hupcey MAZ, Williams AJ, eds.  Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research.  John Wiley & Sons: 2011.  Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Zang T, Calinescu R, Kwiatkowska M. OGSA-Based SOA for Collaborative Cancer Research: System Modeling and Generation. In: Yang X, Wang L, Jie W, eds. Guide to e-Science: Next Generation Scientific Research and Discovery. Springer: 2011. Collaborators: Inaccessible.

    2010

    • Backhaus M, Chung JD, Cowan BR, Fonseca CG, Tao W, Young AA.. The Cardiac Atlas Project: Towards a Map of the Heart. In: Patient-specific Modeling of the Cardiovascular System. Springer: 2010. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Barrett, IP. Cancer Genome Analysis Informatics. In: Barnes MR, Breen J, eds. Genetic Variation: Methods and Protocols.  Humana Press: 2010.
    • Beck, JR.  The Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG®):  An Evolving Community for Cancer Research. In: Ochs MF, Cassagrande J, Davuluri R, eds. Biomedical Informatics in Cancer Research.  Lavoisier Librarie: 2010. Collaborators: None listed.
    • Birkholtz L-M, Burger P, Aci S, Valadié H, Costa AL da, Brillet, Beer T de, Joubert F, Wells G, Breton V, et al.. In Silico Discovery of Chemotherapeutic Agents. In: Infectious Disease Informatics. Springer: 2010. Collaborators: Inaccessible
    • Cowell LG, Smith B. Infectious Disease Ontology. In: Sintchenko V, ed.  Infectious Disease Informatics.  Springer: 2010.
    • Hilford V, Yildiz, Garbey M. A Computational Desk for Surgeons. In: Garbey M, Collet C, Mathelin M de, Tran-Son-Tay R, eds. Computational Surgery and Dual Training.  Springer: 2010. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Klemm J, Basu A, Fore I, Floratos A, Komatsoulis G. The caBIG® Life Sciences Distribution. In: Ochs MF, Cassagrande J, Davuluri R, eds. Biomedical Informatics in Cancer Research. Lavoisier Librarie: 2010. Collaborators: None listed.
    • Kurc T, Sharma A, Oster S, Pan T, Hastings S, Langella S, Ervin D, Permar J, Brat D, Fitzgerald TJ, Purdy J, Bosch W, Saltz J. . Middleware Architecture Approaches for Collaborative Cancer Research. In: Ochs MF, Cassagrande J, Davuluri R, eds. Biomedical Informatics in Cancer Research. Lavoisier Librarie: 2010. Collaborators: None listed.
    • Langella S, HastingS , Oster S, Payne P, Siebenlist F . Authentication and Authorization in Cancer Research Systems. In: Ochs MF, Cassagrande J, Davuluri R, eds. Biomedical Informatics in Cancer Research. Lavoisier Librarie: 2010. Collaborators: None listed.
    • Martin L, Anguita A, Maojo V, Crespo J.  Integration of Omics Data for Cancer Research.  In: An Omics Perspective on Cancer Research. Springer: 2010. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Martin-Sanchez F, López-Alonso V, Hermosilla-Gimeno I, Lopez-Campos G. A Primer in Knowledge Management for Nanoinformatics in Medicine. In: Knowledge-based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems. Springer: 2010. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Millikan RE, Zimmerman SO, Jin S. Tools for Study: National Databanking. In: Lee CT, Wood DP, eds. Current Clinical Oncology: Bladder Cancer. Humana Press: 2010. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
    • Moody JB, Murphy PS, Ficaro EP. Imaging as a Localized Biomarker: Opportunities and Challenges. In: Bleavins MR, Carini C, Jurima-Romet M, Rahbari R, eds. Biomarkers in Drug Development: A Handbook of Practice, Application, and Strategy. John Wiley & Sons: 2010. Collaborators: None listed.
    • Ochs MF, Cassagrande J, Davuluri R, eds. Biomedical Informatics in Cancer Research.  Lavoisier Librarie: 2010.
    • Scholz S. Geschäftsmodelle für Grid Computing in der Medizin und der Biomedizin . [Business Models for Grid Computing in Medicine and Biomedicine.] Wirtshaftsinformatic, vol. 66. Josef Eul Verlag: 2010.
    • Speakman J. The caBIG® Clinical Trials Suite. In: Ochs MF, Cassagrande J, Davuluri R, eds. Biomedical Informatics in Cancer Research. Lavoisier Librarie: 2010. Collaborators: None listed.
    • Stransky B, Galante P. Application of Bioinformatics in Cancer Research. In: An Omics Perspective on Cancer Research. Springer: 2010. Collaborators: Inaccessible.

    2008

    • Reeves D. Clinical Data Management Systems. In: Klimaszewski AD, Bacon M, Deininger HE, Ford BA, Westendorp JG, eds. Manual for Clinical Trials Nursing . 2nd ed. Oncology Nursing Society: 2008. Collaborators: Inaccessible.

    2005

    • Shoemaker JS, Lin SM. eds. Methods of Microarray Data Analysis IV.  New York: Springer Science + Business Media, Inc.: 2005. Collaborators: Inaccessible.
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