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Program for the June 3, 2014 NIH IC Applications Show & Tell

Program for the June 3, 2014 NIH IC Applications Show & Tell

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Descriptions and contact info for apps to demoed
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IC Applications Show & Tell Program
June 3, 2014
Contents Page Show Time
Introduction ......................................................................................................... 8:35 Publications Clearance System ......................................................................... 1 8:45
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Introduction
This event is the third quarterly Show & Tell event organized by the Enterprise Architecture program of
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Office of Management, IT and
Applications Center (ITAC). We have been pleased to create a forum for application users and technicians from across the NIH to share technology that improves how our work is done, and we look forward to joining with partners from other ICs to entrust this stewardship activity to a trans-NIH group for the future. While every application may not interest everyone in the NIH, the willingness to share both technologies and the stories behind them is essential for our collective success. 
 
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App Name:
PUBLICATIONS CLEARANCE SYSTEM
Access URL:
https://sps.nccam.nih.gov/ocpl/pcs
Docs URL: (if any)
https://intranet.nccam.nih.gov/policies/clearance
IC:
NCCAM
 Submitter Name:
Eric Gallagher
Email Address:
Eric.Gallagher@nih.gov
Phone
 301-496-8258
Functional Area Where Used:
Administrative
How Acquired?
Custom Development
App IT Contact:
Sidhant Jain
Operating Sys:
Windows Server 2008 R2
DBMS
MS SQL Server 2008 R2
Front End:
Microsoft SharePoint 2010
We intend to:
Just an FYI / other
F
UNCTIONALITY
P
ROVIDED
 
The Publications Clearance System enables NCCAM staff to ensure that disseminated information is of the highest quality, has been reviewed for substantive content, and has been administratively approved by the appropriate Senior Staff. The PCS system tracks the request and routes it for approval. At each stage of the process, NCCAM staff receives notifications. The notifications continue until the clearance is complete.
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UMBER AND
T
YPE OF
C
URRENT
U
SERS
 
About 50+. NCCAM POs, DIR staff, Senior Staff
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XTERNAL
D
ATA
U
SED
 
N/A
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DDITIONAL
N
OTES
 
[Type any additional notes if needed.]
 
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App Name:
BIOSPECIMEN RESEARCH DATABASE (BRD)
 Access URL:
http://biospecimens.cancer.gov/brd
Docs URL: (if any) IC:
NCI
 Submitter Name:
Ping Guan
Email Address:
Ping.guan@nih.gov
Phone
 (240) 276-5711
Functional Area Where Used:
Extramural
How Acquired?
Custom Development
App IT Contact:
Charles Shive (charles.shive@nih.gov, (301) 443-7068)
Operating Sys:
PC, MAC compatible
DBMS
Oracle
Front End:
Web-based GUI
We intend to:
Provide this service to others
F
UNCTIONALITY
P
ROVIDED
 
The Biospecimen Research Database (BRD) is a free and publicly accessible database that contains searchable summaries of peer-reviewed literature pertinent to the field of human biospecimen science. The database is updated periodically with both recent and historical publications and serves as a vehicle for literature review, evaluation of "in use" biospecimen handling protocols, development of new protocols, and identification of analytes that are susceptible or impervious to handling variability. BRD currently houses expertly curated summaries of 2035 published studies. BRD entries include primary research or review articles that have been identified, reviewed, and curated by a Ph.D. level scientist. For each paper contained within the BRD: (1) relevant parameters have been annotated, including the biospecimen investigated (tissue/cell type, patient diagnosis), the preservation method employed, the analyte of interest, and the technology platform applied; (2) relevant results have been summarized in free-text fields; and (3) pre-analytical factors encountered during the lifecycle of a biospecimen (e.g. ischemia time, fixation parameters, storage conditions) have been captured.
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UMBER AND
T
YPE OF
C
URRENT
U
SERS
 
Curator: 3 Public User: Users are not individually tracked. In 2013 there was an average of 479 unique visitors per month, and the site was accessed from 99 different countries. More recently, 308 unique visitors located in 36 different countries accessed the BRD in March 2014. 
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XTERNAL
D
ATA
U
SED
 
PubMed, numerous scientific journals.
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DDITIONAL
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OTES
 
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