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Welcome to GDOC!

The Georgetown Database of Cancer (G-DOC) is a precision medicine platform containing molecular and clinical data from thousands of patients and cell lines, along with tools for analysis and data visualization. The platform enables the integrative analysis of multiple data types to understand disease mechanisms. G-DOC has three overlapping entry points for the user based on their interests: 1) Personalized Medicine, 2) Translational Research, and 3) Population Genetics. Please leave us feedback on your experience!

Precision Medicine

Integrate molecular and clinical research data with patient data and outcomes with patient as the central focus.

Translational research

Conduct multi-omic analysis of clinical samples, cell lines and animal models to discover new markers and explore connections between them and with clinical outcomes.

Population genetics

Explore genetic variation across different populations, understand how SNP frequencies impact drug metabolism.

Understanding Data in G-DOC

It all begins with a study...

All data in G-DOC derives from studies on topics such as breast cancer, wound healing, or even 1,000 Genomes. Each study may contain clinical and/or biospecimen data. Below is an overview of studies by topic. *

* private studies, ones which are uploaded and marked private, are not counted here

  • Total patients 10327 biospecimen11085 studies61
  • BRAIN CANCER patients 671 biospecimen804 studies1
  • BREAST CANCER patients 3742 biospecimen4566 studies28
  • CELL LINES patients 0 biospecimen107 studies1
  • COLON CANCER patients 1064 biospecimen1727 studies11
  • LIVER CANCER patients 280 biospecimen468 studies3
  • LUNG CANCER patients 478 biospecimen443 studies1
  • OTHER patients 3086 biospecimen1396 studies7
  • OVARIAN CANCER patients 283 biospecimen564 studies1
  • PANCREATIC CANCER patients 52 biospecimen51 studies1
  • PEDIATRIC CANCERS patients 256 biospecimen256 studies5
  • PROSTATE CANCER patients 218 biospecimen538 studies1
  • STOMACH CANCER patients 197 biospecimen165 studies1