Clinical Data Intelligence (OncoCDI)

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Enabling clinical data-driven decision

Over the past decade, there has been a rapid acceleration in the innovation of cancer diagnostics, treatments, and patient management. As a result of this acceleration, a tremendous amount of data is now generated. When this data is interconnected, it has the potential to provide oncology experts such as laboratory, Pharma company or academics with a comprehensive insight, enabling data-driven decision-making.

OncoCDI data insight
OncoCDI source for data

Uncovering trends by using real-world data

Uncover patterns, correlations, and trends that were previously unseen thanks to your integrated data and by leveraging advanced data analytics techniques, such as machine learning and predictive modeling, oncology experts can extract meaningful information.


The best data visualization upon your needs

Whether you are a research centre, a laboratory or a pharma company the initial question is still the same: What would you like to get from your data ?

Because there are a variety of data sources, OncoCDI value proposition is providing you with the best visualization wherein all real-data are integrated, curated, validated and thus reliable.

OncoCDI insight on gene and mutations

Define data and analytical needs

What data would be needed to answer the questions ? Where does that data exist and is it accessible ?


Validate data

Clean, format and validate the reliability/accuracy of the data


Visualize data

Clean, format and validate the reliability/accuracy of the data

Leveraging from your internal data associated with OncoDNA’s extensive knowledgebase

One of the key advantages of OncoCDI is its ability to interconnect your sample-based molecular and clinical data with the extensive OncoDNA’s knowledge base allowing to unlock the full potential of your data.

This integration allows you to tap into a vast database of scientific and clinical information, enhancing your understanding of the molecular profiles of your patients and their associated implications.

OncoCDI three levels of data
Cancer types
Cancer types

* From a global database of more than 120.000 samples

Generating value from your data

OncoCDI value chain