TIES Expansions and Changes

TIES Expansions and Changes

Version 5.7 TIES is gaining a new version – 5.7. This new version will launch at the beginning of July and will include better visualization of grouped data items, support for de-identifying data fields in structured data, and improved structured data loading...
Coming Soon – NOBLE Mentions

Coming Soon – NOBLE Mentions

The TIES team is excited to preview the upcoming release of NOBLE Suite with a seismic change in NOBLE’s capabilities. The new release is currently scheduled for June 1st. Congratulations to team members Eugene Tseytlin and Melissa Castine, whose extraordinary...
TCGA: A Different Kind of Data

TCGA: A Different Kind of Data

This month, TIES makes The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA­)­ part of its big data TIES Cancer Research Network (TCRN). With access to the publicly available clinical data (NLP annotated pathology reports, TCGA clinical data, and Whole Slide Images), TIES users can quickly...
Case Sets: The New Look

Case Sets: The New Look

TIES has come through again and revamped the case set look and options for version 5.65. Case sets are used to help researchers manage their reports and then submit orders. Each case set is also associated with a research study, so it is easy to manage case sets...
2017: What to expect in this year’s TIES releases

2017: What to expect in this year’s TIES releases

2017 will be an exciting year, with planned functionality that will revolutionize the TIES software. New features will include visualization of patient timelines, addition of cancer registry data, and word cloud images to help users get a quick idea of distribution...
2016: TIES just keeps getting better

2016: TIES just keeps getting better

2016 saw significant improvement in the Text Information Extraction System (TIES) software. We released two new versions (5.5 and 5.6), and also welcomed Thomas Jefferson University and Stony Brook University into the TCRN network. Additionally, TIES and the TCRN...
The Six TIES Cancer Research Networks

The Six TIES Cancer Research Networks

Augusta University: With support from the George Regents Health System, Augusta University (AU) has 478 beds in the AU Health Medical Center and 154 beds at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Lead PI on the AU network, Dr. Roni Bollag, has been helpful in expanding...

Dr. Feldman Helps Secure Grant Using TIES Software

Dr. Michael Feldman at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) has been a collaborator on the TIES project almost from its inception. Penn has already processed more 940,000 reports, creating highly-annotated and detailed clinical data linked to remainder FFPE blocks –...