Education Resources

We host a large archive of medical images that help members of our department better understand treatment details, genomics and pathology in order to improve research and patient-care outcomes.

We collect clinical and research images each year, and we organize and catalog the images so that they may be used by the research community for a variety of purposes such as:

  • testing new hypotheses and developing new analysis techniques to advance our scientific understanding of cancer 
  • building new analysis tools and techniques using this data as test material for developing and validating algorithms
  • introducing trainees and students to medical imaging technology and cancer phenotypes
  • understanding how cancer appears in diagnostic images
Recorded Grand Rounds lectures are available for review.
Improve your ability to diagnose and provide proper treatment for patients with musculoskeletal neoplasms or conditions that simulate them.
Tutorials on how to perform orthopaedic physical examinations.
Our archive contains descriptions of patients and their symptoms, and it provides you with diagnostic images and helpful details about various types of bone cancers.