Some teams have said that they would like to continue their projects. Below is the list I have heard about plus team leads.
Kidney Cancer Biology
2018 Kidney Cancer Hackathon Results: Bill's p1RCC Genes
2018 Kidney Cancer Hackathon
Types of Kidney Cancer
Kidney Cancer is not just one disease. There are a number of different cell types, each of which responds somewhat differently to treatment. Dr. W.
Molecular Genetics for the Practicing Physician
Dr. Gabriel G. Malouf MD, PhD provides a good overview of rare kidney cancers at the molecular level for patients and physicians.
Presented at the 2016 GUASCO conference in San Francisco
A river model to map convergent cancer evolution and guide therapy in RCC
Elizabeth Y. Wei and James J. Hsieh
Genomic characterisation of two cancers of unknown primary cases supports a kidney cancer origin
Elizabeth Y Wei, Ying-Bei Chen, James J Hsieh
Metastatic non-clear cell renal cell carcinoma: an evidence based review of current treatment strategies
Alexander Sankin, A. Ari Hakimi, James J. Hsieh and Ana M. Molina
Emerging Reclassification Schemes of RCC: How Identifying New Molecular Entities Among Non-Clear Cell RCC Signifies an Evolution in Managing the Disease
James Hsieh, MD, PhD
This is the first of a two-part series on reclassification of renal cell carcinomas (RCCs), many of which are con- sidered non-clear cell RCC (nccRCC). The first part will
The International Society of Urological Pathology (ISUP) Vancouver Classification of Renal Neoplasia
John R. Srigley, MD, Brett Delahunt, MD, John N. Eble, MD, Lars Egevad, MD, PhD,
Jonathan I. Epstein, MD, David Grignon, MD, Ondrej Hes, MD, PhD, Holger Moch, MD,
Rodolfo Montironi, MD, Satish K. Tickoo, MD, Ming Zhou, MD, PhD,
Pedram Argani, MD, and The ISUP Renal Tumor Panel