CHIP is advancing the incorporation of genomic and other omics data into the practice of medicine through discovery and new care models. Medicine investigates the complex DNA of an individual for effective diagnosis and tailored treatment.

Our program has worked with sister academic medical institutions to share genomic data on broadly consented cohorts, across sites of care. We have, in partnership with our sister sites, developed two federated genomic data sharing commons, the Genomic Information Commons (GIC) and the Genomic Research and Innovation Network (GRIN).

Projects

Publications

Gordon WJ, Gottlieb D, Kreda D, Mandel JC, Mandl KD, Kohane IS. Patient-led data sharing for clinical bioinformatics research: USCDI and beyond. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA 2021.

Gokuldass A, Schina A, Lauss M, Harbst K, Chamberlain CA, Draghi A, Westergaard MCW, Nielsen M, Papp K, Sztupinszki Z, Csabai I, Svane IM, Szallasi Z, Jönsson G, Donia M. Transcriptomic signatures of tumors undergoing T cell attack. Cancer immunology, immunotherapy : CII 2021.

Finlayson SG, Subbaswamy A, Singh K, Bowers J, Kupke A, Zittrain J, Kohane IS, Saria S. The Clinician and Dataset Shift in Artificial Intelligence. The New England journal of medicine 2021.

Donado C, Nedeljkovic K, Wangnamthip S, Solodiuk JC, Bourgeois FT, Berde CB. Trends in Gabapentin and Pregabalin Prescribing in a Tertiary Pediatric Medical Center. Hospital pediatrics 2021.

Guo J, Zhou Y, Xu C, Chen Q, Sztupinszki Z, Börcsök J, Xu C, Ye F, Tang W, Kang J, Yang L, Zhong J, Zhong T, Hu T, Yu R, Szallasi Z, Deng X, Li Q. Genetic Determinants of Somatic Selection of Mutational Processes in 3,566 Human Cancers. Cancer research 2021.