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Tools & Resources

DCEG makes available to the scientific community an extensive collection of tools for study design and planning, analysis, and risk assessment, as well as links to a variety of descriptive epidemiology resources and publicly available data. 

Data Sharing Policy

DCEG is committed to sharing research data to further advance science, improve public health, and leverage the investment made by the U.S. taxpayers in the Division’s research program.

Access an interactive transcript and audio-described version of "DCEG's Commitment to Collaboration" video.

DCEG's Commitment to Collaboration

DCEG’s entire team is deeply integrated to create innovative science aimed at improving human health and training. 

  • AuthorArranger: Quickly Format Manuscript Title Pages

    A free web tool to help authors generate correctly formatted title pages for journal submission in a fraction of the time. Whether your manuscript has 20 authors or 200, AuthorArranger can save time and resources by helping you conquer journal title pages in seconds.

  • Descriptive Epidemiology Resources

    A list of methods tools developed by DCEG to identify novel risk factors, evaluate tumor heterogeneity, describe current and future trends of common and rare malignancies, and project risk for second primary cancers.

  • Moles to Melanoma: Recognizing the ABCDE Features

    This website presents serial photographs in three categories of pigmented lesions: common moles; dysplastic nevi (DN); and melanomas that arose from DN. Each case series shows changes in an individual pigmented lesion over a number of years and across the spectrum of changes typically seen in U.S. melanoma-prone families.

  • Publicly Available Data

    Links to publicly available data from the National Cancer Institute

  • Study Design and Planning Tools

    Overview of study design and planning tools offered by DCEG.

  • Search DCEG Publications

    The DCEG Publications database comprises research articles, reviews, and books published by DCEG scientists. Citations may include links to the abstract as well as full-text content from PubMed Central.