We're delighted to announce the release of LabKey Server v15.1, the 10-year anniversary of LabKey Software and other exciting community news.
Highlights of v15.1
For details, see the release notes
, or download
the latest version of LabKey Server.
Argos is a LabKey-based application that helps ordinary users filter and explore clinical data and specimen resources to generate hypotheses, investigate study feasibility, and evaluate courses of treatment. Developed in partnership with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the first version of Argos relies upon the Caisis
data model, so early adoption is easiest for those with existing Caisis installations. To explore Argos, see the 6-minute video
and Fred Hutch overview
. For further details, please contact LabKey
LabKey Server-based projects continue to make an impact:
- ITN TrialShare: As reported in the New England Journal of Medicine, participant-level results from the Immune Tolerance Network's groundbreaking study on prevention of peanut allergies are now publicly available on the ITN's award-winning TrialShare clinical research portal.
- Panorama: New tools for reviewing assay performance trends for targeted mass spec data will be covered at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) Conference this spring. Look for the June 2 poster and March 31 user group meeting.
- Primate EHRs: A new case study explores the electronic health record (EHR) system developed in partnership with the Oregon and Wisconsin National Primate Research Centers (ONPRC & WNPRC), which will soon be used by the Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC).
- Adair/Kiem Labs: Another new case study explores how the labs of Jennifer Adair and Hans-Peter Kiem at the Fred Hutch use LabKey Server to speed efforts in development of stem cell gene therapy for wide range of diseases, from HIV/AIDS to cancers.