About the Kids First Data Resource Center
The Kids First Data Resource Center is a new, collaborative, pediatric research effort with the goal of understanding the genetic causes of and links between childhood cancer and structural birth defects. As part of the Common Fund’s Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program, the Kids First Data Resource Center (DRC) is charged with:
- Developing data-driven platforms that integrate large amounts of genomic and clinical data from different disease types.
- Empowering the collaborative discovery, engagement, and necessary partnerships across disease communities that are crucial for progress in our biological understanding of diseases.
- Enabling rapid translation to personalized treatments for patients diagnosed with childhood cancer or structural birth defects.
- Accelerating discovery of genetic causes and shared biologic pathways within and across these conditions.
Kids First Partner Organizations
- Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
- Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
- Children’s National Health System
- Oregon Health & Science University
- Center for Data Intensive Science at University of Chicago
- Seven Bridges
The Kids First Data Resource Center is currently seeking beta testers to help improve its new website and data resource portal. To signup to be a beta tester, please email firstname.lastname@example.org