Funding Opportunity Announcement: NCI is accepting applications to support the development of “technology tools” that will facilitate the utilization of next-generation cancer models developed by the HCMI. Visit RFA-CA-19-055 for details. Applications are due by August 30, 2019 at 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Case Report Forms (CRFs)
Human Cancer Models Initiative's cancer type-specific CRFs have been developed through collaborations with international clinical experts and the clinical data elements have been standardized through the Cancer Data Standards Registry and Repository (caDSR). Enrollment and Follow-up CRFs are available below for download. As the tumor types modeled through the HCMI are constantly updated, be sure to check back regularly for additional or updated CRFs. Note: In some cases, it is possible to generate more than one distinct model from primary, metastatic, and/or recurrent tumor tissues per participant. New CRFs capture information about multiple models developed from the same participant within a single form. The multiple model CRFs are designated with "-multi" within the file name. Versioning is used if there are any subsequent edits to the CRFs.
HCMI Searchable Catalog
HCMI Searchable Catalog is a continuously updated resource for querying the available next-generation models developed by HCMI. Within the catalog, users can search by patient demographics, tumor, and model elements including age at diagnosis, sex, treatment information, clinical tumor diagnosis, primary site, clinical stage, and type of model (e.g. 3D-organoid, 2D-conditionally reprogrammed cells), etc. For additional assistance in navigating the searchable catalog, please see the “HCMI Searchable Catalog User Guide”.
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are written instructions for doing a specific task in a certain way (Source: NCI). The purpose of an SOP is to guide a novice to carry out a particular task in an accurate and consistent manner.