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overview Dr. Sam Volchenboum is a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Associate Chief Research Informatics Officer for the Biological Sciences Division. He is the Associate Dean of Master’s Education and the Informatics Lead for the Institute for Translational Medicine. He is the Program Director for the Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program.His clinical specialty is pediatric hematology/oncology, caring for kids with cancer and diseases of the blood. In addition to his clinical practice, he directs the Data for the Common Good, a research group dedicated to liberating and democratizing data. Their largest project, the Pediatric Cancer Data Commons, is the world’s biggest publicly-available repository for data from children with cancer. Until 2019, Dr. Volchenboum directed the Center for Research Informatics, a 40-person group that supports biological research throughout the division. As director of this center, he oversaw high-performance computing, HIPAA-compliant storage and backup, application development to support clinical trials, development and maintenance of the clinical trials management system, the clinical research data warehouse, data analytics and visualization, and bioinformatics, including high-throughput genomic analyses and machine learning. Dr. Volchenboum has been on the UChicago faculty since 2007, and in 2009 he was named a St. Baldrick's Foundation Scholar. He received his PhD in molecular biology and MD from the Mayo Medical School. He completed his residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center before going to Boston for his pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Boston Children’s Hospital. He also completed a fellowship in informatics and received his Master’s in biomedical informatics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Academic Article Advances in Risk Classification and Treatment Strategies for Neuroblastoma.
Academic Article Data Commons to Support Pediatric Cancer Research.
Academic Article Establishing a translational genomics infrastructure in pediatric cancer: the GREAT KIDS experience.
Academic Article Using photoplethysmography data to estimate heart rate variability and its association with organ dysfunction in pediatric oncology patients.
Academic Article Using big data in pediatric oncology: Current applications and future directions.
Academic Article Association Between Participation in Clinical Trials and Overall Survival Among Children With Intermediate- or High-risk Neuroblastoma.
Academic Article Cancer Informatics for Cancer Centers: Scientific Drivers for Informatics, Data Science, and Care in Pediatric, Adolescent, and Young Adult Cancer.
Academic Article Pediatric Cancer Data Commons: Federating and Democratizing Data for Childhood Cancer Research.
Academic Article Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Pediatric Oncology: A Systematic Review.
Academic Article Germline Sequencing Improves Tumor-Only Sequencing Interpretation in a Precision Genomic Study of Patients With Pediatric Solid Tumor.
Academic Article Mapping Pediatric Oncology Clinical Trial Collaborative Groups on the Global Stage.
Academic Article Molecular profiling identifies targeted therapy opportunities in pediatric solid cancer.
Academic Article The Childhood Cancer Data Initiative: Using the Power of Data to Learn From and Improve Outcomes for Every Child and Young Adult With Pediatric Cancer.
Academic Article Automated Matching of Patients to Clinical Trials: A Patient-Centric Natural Language Processing Approach for Pediatric Leukemia.
Academic Article Using A Standardized Nomenclature to Semantically Map Oncology-Related Concepts from Common Data Models to a Pediatric Cancer Data Model.
Academic Article Accelerating pediatric hodgkin lymphoma research: the hodgkin lymphoma data collaboration (NODAL).
Academic Article An open-source platform for pediatric cancer data exploration: a report from Data for the Common Good.
Academic Article Targeted Enrollment in Pediatric Oncology Trials: A Vision for Just-in-Time Matching.
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