Health informatics company M2Gen announced a $3 million donation to fund seven teams of science research projects as part of the Oncology Research Information Exchange Network® (ORIEN) New Oncologic Visionary Awards (NOVA) program. Each county will bring together researchers from a variety of leading cancer centers around the country, including ORIEN’s founding members, Moffitt Cancer Center, and the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, Arthur G. James Cancer Center Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, to address some of cancer’s toughest questions.
Follow the link to learn more about the ORIEN program recently reported on Yahoo News.
M2GEN is a health informatics solution company focused on accelerating the discovery, development, and delivery of precision medicine. Founded in 2006 at the Moffitt Cancer Center to operationalize the Total Cancer Care Protocol®, a unique approach to studying patients throughout the lifetime. In this effort, they partner with the nation’s leading cancer centers via ORIEN.