Launching an Interactive Cancer Projects Map: A Collaborative Approach to Global Cancer Research and Program Development

@article{Trimble2015LaunchingAI,
  title={Launching an Interactive Cancer Projects Map: A Collaborative Approach to Global Cancer Research and Program Development},
  author={Edward Lloyd Trimble and Ali Chisti and Jane A Craycroft and K. Duncan and Manaswi Gupta and D. Gutierrez and Ilyana Rosenberg and Nour Sharara and Sudha Sivaram and Hillary Mariko Topazian and Jing Jing Wang and Makeda J Williams and Franklin W. Huang and Ami Siddharth Bhatt},
  journal={Journal of Global Oncology},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={7 - 10}
}
Ami S. Bhatt F.W.H. and A.S.B. contributed equally to this work. Corresponding author: Ami S. Bhatt, MD, PhD, Departments of Medicine and Genetics, Center for Innovation in Global Health, Stanford University, 269 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA 94305; e-mail: asbhatt@stanford.edu Despite living in a connected world, many research projects are developed with a so-called “convenience bias,” resulting in partnerships based on existing professional networks and collaborations. In addition, community-based… 

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