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 the TCRN. AU has since de-identified over 225,000 reports, which includes autopsy, surgical, bone marrow, and cytology, and around 10 active users. Using reports from the Georgia Cancer Center, Augusta University hopes to conduct research focused in cancer immunology inflammation and tolerance cancer prevention and control, molecular oncology and biomarkers, and tumor signaling and angiogenesis. Their current pilot project deals with the demographic characterization of tenosynovial giant cell tumors.