Cancer Data Driven Detection (CD3) is a proposed new, national research initiative dedicated to using data to revolutionise our understanding of cancer risk and to allow early interception of cancers. CRUK are leading the project with support from Health Data Research UK, The Alan Turing Institute and the Economic and Social Research Council’s Administrative Data Research UK programme.
Professor Antonis Antoniou, is leading the development of this programme over a one-year build phase. This first workshop for this initiative aims to convene the leading experts from across the United Kingdom in cancer risk, epidemiology, multi-omics, early detection, prevention, health informatics and data science and showcase the breadth of expertise in the research community and scope available data sets/methodologies/infrastructure. We would also welcome applications from patient and public representatives who are keen to help shape this initiative.
Register your interest in attending the workshop here.