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The caBIG program has been retired, and while this website is being maintained temporarily to prevent broken links and provide access to information on the subset of caBIG projects that were transitioned into the new NCIP program, it will be archived in the near future. For information on the NCI's biomedical informatics program, please visit http://ncip.nci.nih.gov.

The information and links on this website are no longer being updated and are provided for reference purposes only.

 

International Cooperation

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Argentina
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Argentina

caBIG applications and technologies are being reviewed as part of the U.S.-Latin America Cancer Research Network.

Australia
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Australia

BioGrid Australia is actively collaborating with the caGrid development team to expand their grid capabilities. Read more about caBIG® in Australia.

Brazil
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Brazil

caBIG applications and technologies are being reviewed as part of the U.S.-Latin America Cancer Research Network.

Chile
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Chile

caBIG applications and technologies are being reviewed as part of the U.S.-Latin America Cancer Research Network.

China
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China

Duke University Comprehensive Cancer Center and Beijing Cancer Hospital are using caBIG® capabilities to conduct the first clinical trials in China in which all patients will be registered electronically. Read more about caBIG® in China.

Germany
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Germany

The University of Cologne is implementing the caBIG® Adverse Event Reporting System to help manage clinical trials events.

India
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India

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, the Center for Development of Advanced Computing, and the Tata Memorial Hospital of Mumbai are incorporating grid computing to manage clinical trials. Read more about caBIG® in India.

Jordan
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Jordan

caBIG® applications and technology will be deployed throughout the King Hussein Institute for Cancer and Biotechnology as part of the NCI's memorandum of understanding with the King Abdullah II Fund for Development.

Mexico
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Mexico

caBIG applications and technologies are being reviewed as part of the U.S.-Latin America Cancer Research Network.

Netherlands
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Netherlands

The Center for Translational Molecular Medicine—a consortium of five academic institutions and eight industry organizations across the Netherlands—is deploying several caBIG® applications in support of translational research. Read more about caBIG® in the Netherlands.

Pakistan
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Pakistan

Clinical researchers at the Aga Khan University in Pakistan have installed the complete caBIG® Clinical Trials Suite and are preparing to collect data from multiple clinical trials. Learn more about caBIG® in Pakistan.

United Kingdom
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United Kingdom

The NCI collaboration with the National Cancer Research Institute in the United Kingdom has focused on the use of caGrid technology to connect researchers and enable exchange of research data. Read more about caBIG® in the United Kingdom.

Uruguay
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Uruguay

caBIG applications and technologies are being reviewed as part of the U.S.-Latin America Cancer Research Network.

Organizations across the globe are turning to caBIG applications and resources to solve their research challenges.

Argentina

Australia

Brazil

Chile

China

Germany

India

Jordan

Mexico

Netherlands

Pakistan

United Kingdom

Uruguay

The information and links on this website are no longer being updated and are provided for reference purposes only.