NGT: Next-Generation Technologies for Next-Generation Cancer Models

Next-Generation Technologies (NGT) Program supports the development of technology tools that will facilitate, accelerate, and/or enhance research using advanced human-derived next-generation cancer models such as organoids, conditionally reprogrammed cells, and others. The technology tools will focus on utilizing next-generation cancer models from the Human Cancer Models Initiative.

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News & Publications

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June 06, 2016

The NCI’s Center for Cancer Genomics launches the Genomic Data Commons (GDC), a unified data sharing platform for the cancer research community. The mission of the GDC is to enable data sharing across the entire cancer research community, to ultimately...

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May 10, 2016

As part of the Vice President’s National Cancer Moonshot Initiative, the National Cancer Institute has launched an online engagement platform to enable the research community and the public to submit cancer research ideas to a...

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March 04, 2016

The ORFeome Collaboration (OC) is a team of academic and commercial entities which have generated the largest collection of clones containing verified open-reading frames (ORFs) of known human genes. The clones are made available to researchers worldwide through multiple distributors. This...

April 15, 2015

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has launched the Center for Cancer Genomics (CCG) website within to provide an overview of CCG programs, collaborative efforts, events, and more!

CCG was established to unify NCI’s...

Last updated: December 15, 2020