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Krishagni Enables University of New South Wales (Australia) to Adopt caTissue Plus
Date:1/17/2013

onfirms the need for such an initiative. We will continue to invest in caTissue with Plus v2.0 being available in Nov/2012 and Plus v3.0 scheduled to be released in early 2013."

For more information on caTissue Services at Krishagni, visit: http://www.catissueplus.org.

About Krishagni:
Krishagni is a software product development and services company with sole focus on Informatics Clinical Research. Our focus on open source based solutions and vast experience in working with academic institutes for past 10+ years, makes us an ideal partner for Clinical Informatics development needs. Our expertise includes web and mobile application development, data warehousing and mining, natural language processing, ETL, system integration (HL7, web services, ESB), and so forth. Our current clients include Washington University, Johns Hopkins, University of Leicester, BRISSKit (U.K.), University of New South Wales, and Univ of Utah.

About TCRN, UNSW:

The TCRN – a translational cancer research program funded by the Cancer Institute NSW – comprises the founding institutions of the University of New South Wales, Prince of Wales Hospital, comprehensive cancer centres at St George and Sutherland hospitals, cancer services at the Royal Hospital for Women, Border Medical Oncology Research Unit, and the University of Technology, Sydney. Biobanking is one of our major initiatives and a core component of this has been establishing the TCRN’s biobank, which is known HSA Biobank, hosted by the Lowy Biorepository at UNSW. One of the aims of HSA Biobank is to provide a streamlined process for the universal collection of biospecimens with linked clinical data from consenting cancer patients undergoing treatment and diagnosis.

For more information, visit: http://www.tcrn.
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