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Building Protected Data Sharing Networks to Advance Cancer Risk Assessment and Treatment

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At the National Cancer Institute's 2018 Annual Meeting for ITCR (Information Technology for Cancer Research), Ian Foster, Globus co-founder and Argonne Data Science and Learning Division Director, presented on "Building Protected Data Sharing Networks to Advance Cancer Risk Assessment and Treatment."

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Building Protected Data Sharing Networks to Advance Cancer Risk Assessment and Treatment

  1. 1. Building Protected Data Sharing Networks to Advance Cancer Risk Assessment and Treatment Ian Foster (with Ravi Madduri & Brigitte Raumann) University of Chicago foster@uchicago.edu
  2. 2. Securely, reliably move/sync/backup across tiers 2 Research Computing HPC Desktop Workstation Mass Storage Next-Gen Sequencer National Resources Personal Resources Public Cloud
  3. 3. Manage data from instruments Analysis store Next Gen Sequencer Light Sheet Microscope MRI Advanced Light Source Personal computer Remote visualization
  4. 4. Share with collaborators/community Public / private cloud Stores External campus storage EC2
  5. 5. Publish for discoverability Scholarly Publication Reference Dataset Active Research Collaboration 5
  6. 6. Securely manage protected data
  7. 7. The RUNX1 International Sequencing Consortium (RISC) Inherited hematological malignancies, Lucy Godley, UChicago Protected Hematologic Cancer Research Network
  8. 8. Globus data management platform used for data upload and download
  9. 9. Globus data management platform used for data distribution and access
  10. 10. • Workflows can be easily defined and automated with integrated Galaxy Platform capabilities • Data management is streamlined using Globus • Resources can be provisioned on-demand with Amazon Web Services cloud-based infrastructure Ravi Madduri et al., University of Chicago Globus Genomics
  11. 11. Globus security and data management platform leveraged for the NIH Data Commons infrastructure
  12. 12. ITCR Collaboration with LSU Cancer Center 14 • LSU Health has new, NSF funded network, but cancer researchers can’t use it to full advantage with existing tools. • Cancer center sequence core delivers data on hard drives • Automate secure data management platform for the Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium Translational Genomics Core that leverages the new NSF-funded high performance network and Science DMZ. • Establish network of Globus endpoints in Cancer Center labs to connect LSU Health to collaborators at other institutions, national resources, cloud resources, data portals.
  13. 13. COSMIC2 Using Globus to build a data service for CryoEM (M. Cianfrocco, UM)
  14. 14. Credit: Michael Cianfrocco, U. Michigan
  15. 15. Thank you! • foster@uchicago.edu • More information –Service: globus.org –Documentation: docs.globus.org • Questions: support@globus.org • Follow us: – Twitter: @globus – LinkedIn: globus.org

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