UCSC Team to Develop Data Sharing, Analysis Tools for Prostate Cancer Personalized Rx Project | GenomeWeb

Researchers from the University of California, Santa Cruz, will analyze genomic data and develop a data-sharing platform for a project focused on overcoming treatment resistance in advanced prostate cancer cases.

UCSC is one of several institutions participating in a $10 million, three-year prostate cancer initiative — dubbed The Stand Up To Cancer Dream Team — that is funded by Stand Up to Cancer, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and the American Association for Cancer Research.

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