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Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine at Windber, also known as the Windber Research Institute, is a renowned brand in the field of biomedical and translational research. Established in 2000, this institute has been at the forefront of advancing patient care and impacting healthcare outcomes. The institute focuses on several areas, including biobanking, informatics infrastructure, bioinformatics, and translational research.
It collaborates with other leading organizations, valuing the importance of team science to drive progress in cancer research. One of its notable achievements is the Clinical Breast Care Project (CBCP), a research program mandated by the US Congress and resourced by late Congressman Mr. John Murtha.
The institute is responsible for key aspects of the CBCP, such as biobanking, biomedical informatics, and focused research activities. Over the years, the institute has expanded its expertise, supporting various major research programs in cardiology, gynecology, and pan-cancer studies. Its research has shed light on breast cancer racial disparity, breast cancer in young women, and the significance of high-quality clinical data in cancer studies.
Continuously pushing boundaries, the institute's biobanking and infrastructure systems now support prominent consortium research programs like the Applied Proteogenomic OrganizationaL Learning and Outcomes (APOLLO) and the Oncology Research Information Exchange Network (ORIEN). With their commitment to excellence and dedication to improving patient care, Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine continues to be at the forefront of transformative research in the field of cancer and beyond
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