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OICR-led research well represented in Nature Communications’ editor’s selections
The high-impact, open-source journal Nature Communications has published an editor’s selection of interesting, recently published studies that “significantly move forward the rapid evolving field of cancer research”. OICR is prominently featured with eight of the 41 studies selected having an OICR senior researcher as an author. Many of the highlighted findings stem from the Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes project, an unprecedented global collaboration led in part by OICR that generated the most comprehensive map of cancer genomes charted to date.

The high-impact, open-source journal Nature Communications has published an editor’s selection of interesting, recently published studies that “significantly move forward the rapid evolving field of cancer research”. OICR is prominently featured with eight of the 41 studies selected having an OICR senior researcher as an author. Many of the highlighted findings stem from the Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes project, an unprecedented global collaboration led in part by OICR that generated the most comprehensive map of cancer genomes charted to date.

Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes Project Pan-Cancer Project PCAWG