Our Work

We work on the following international, national and provincial research websites, developing an extensive portfolio of user-friendly, informative and operational websites that support and communicate OICR's research objectives.

Ontario Molecular Pathology Research Network (OMPRN)

RESPONSIVE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT, BRANDING, GLOBAL NETWORK, RESEARCH WEBSITE

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Global Alliance for Genomics & Health (GA4GH)

DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT, BRANDING, GLOBAL NETWORK, RESEARCH WEBSITE

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International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC)

DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT, GLOBAL NETWORK, DATA PORTAL

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National Cancer Institute Genomic Data Common (GDC)

DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT, BRANDING, DATA PORTAL, RESEARCH WEBSITE

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Work in Progress

Stay tuned for some exciting new projects that we're working on!

  • OICR Adaptive Oncology (AO)

    AO Design a website for researchers who want to learn about OICR’s Adaptive Oncology initiative and its research programs, resources and projects, its structure and its opportunities, including research mission and vision, leadership, advisors, funders and collaborators. Design a website (with a non-heavy CMS style interface) to help AO program/project/resource managers (AO managers) participate in AO website activities, with user access (within a manager’s given program/project/resource). Participate by post/alter own centrally content-moderated by operations. Posts include open publications, open software, open tools, open databases, media, presentations, posters, recorded lectures, talks, events, big ideas/blogs, news, jobs. Posts also include update contact information, update text info, update members. Mechanisms to organize AO Tags and Tags for their program/project/resource.

  • FACIT Innovation Database Online (FACIT-FIDO)

    FACIT is planning to leverage the framework of OTIS to create an analogous, online, searchable tool for its portfolio of investments; this tool will be referred to as FIDO (FACIT’s Innovation Database Online). Currently, multiple databases exist within FACIT’s file network that capture important information on FACIT’s investments. If a team member has a question about a particular investment, an email is typically sent to the team, and one (or more) of these databases is consulted to find the answer. Developing FIDO will allow each team member to independently perform this search.

  • New Centralized User Directory (NEXT-CUD)

    Application Web Development for developing the new Centralized User Directory, an infrastructure website and web service performing authentication and distributed user, role-based authorization User Managed Services across multiple projects.