UWCCC scientists access a wide array of resources to further their research and innovation, including advanced technology, cutting edge facilities, specialized skill sets, and other diverse tools.
Applied research services provide UWCCC researchers with infrastructure, including tools, expertise, processes, and staff to conduct applied research related to cancer.
Clinical Research Services
|Clinical Research Service||Description|
|Clinical Research Central Office (CRCO)||Provides infrastructure to support the clinical research of UWCCC investigators|
|Disease-Oriented Teams (DOTs)||Provides a multidisciplinary translational infrastructure to address disease specific interests|
|Precision Medicine Molecular Tumor Board (PMMTB)||A statewide service available to oncologists across the state which provides a forum for expert clinicians, pathologists, and scientists to discuss and analyze tumor genotypes and molecular abnormalities in order to recommend patient specific targeted therapies|
|Wisconsin Oncology Network (WON)||A collaborative research network that offers innovative treatment options to patients, with the advantage that patients can be treated in their home communities|
|Wisconsin Oncology Network for Imaging eXcellence (WONIX)||Provides patients with access to advanced molecular imaging throughout Wisconsin|
Translational Research Services
|Translational Research Service||Description|
|Office of Translational Research Services (OTRS)||Provides administrative support and services at the interface of basic and clinical research focusing on the promotion of collaborative, interdisciplinary translational research|
The University of Wisconsin – Madison provides UWCCC researchers with a variety of services and tools to facilitate cancer research and collaboration across campus.
|iLab||Online scheduling and billing system that allows researchers to submit work requests and schedule equipment with UWCCC shared resources.
See also iLab FAQs
|Resource Directory||The Directory of Resources for Researchers includes initial data for over 60 cores, 300 resources, and 170 services on the UW—Madison campus.|
|UW Clinical Research Unit||24/7 unit located on D6/6 in UW Hospital serving both investigator-initiated and industry studies.|
|UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR)||Facilitates collaboration across campus, linking event the most basic research to practical improvements in human health|
|UW Office of Clinical Trials||Offers comprehensive support services to investigators,conducting clinical trials (all areas of investigation except oncology)|
|UW Research and Sponsored Programs||Provides funding opportunities, as well as support for proposal preparation and grant management services|
|UW-Madison Department and People Search||A searchable directory of all departments and individuals on the UW-Madison campus|
|Wisconsin Discovery Portal Research Directory||Provides information about more than 3,000 researchers at UW-Madison|
UWCCC researchers have access to external resources to further their work with cancer research.
|Catalogue of Somatic Mutations in Cancer (COSMIC)||The world’s largest and most comprehensive resource for exploring the impact of somatic mutations in human cancer|
|Clinical Interpretations of Variants in Cancer||An open access, open source, community-driven web resource for Clinical Interpretation of Variants in Cancer. Our goal is to enable precision medicine by providing an educational forum for dissemination of knowledge and active discussion of the clinical significance of cancer genome alterations|
|Clinical Trials.gov||Registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world|
|HS IRB||The HS IRB is home to two of the three IRBs on campus|
|My Cancer Genomic||Comprehensive overview of targeted therapies for cancer|
|National Cancer Institute||NCI-sponsored trials|
|Next Generation Sequencing||Publication on incorporating “next-generation” sequencing into standard clinical practice|
Pages that Require a Login
|Personalized Cancer Therapy by MD Anderson Cancer Center||Personalized cancer therapy is a treatment strategy centered on the ability to predict which patients are more likely to respond to specific cancer therapies.|
|PREDICT by Vanderbilt University||PREDICT is a program that gives information to your doctor when a drug is being prescribed. It tells the doctor if the drug might not work well for you based on your DNA.|
|Project Genomics Evidence Neoplasia Information Exchange (GENIE) by American Association for Cancer Research via cBioPortal|