Cancer Center Members FAQ
Membership is required of all NCI-funded Comprehensive Cancer Centers. We highlight member research (bench and clinical) in the renewal and progress reports of our Cancer Center Support Grant P30 in order to show the breadth and depth of our Center. We need members in order to be eligible for funding and to create the collaborative environment necessary for cutting-edge cancer research, which directly affects how we can treat patients.
FAQ: Getting your research story covered by UCSF.edu
Frequently asked questions about UCSF News and Media Services.
- How can I get my event or news covered?
Who oversees my area or field?
Primarily Pete Farley and Elizabeth Fernandez, but see the full list for more details.
- How do I respond to media calls?
- What do I tell a photographer/videographer?
- What are the UCSF Industry Media Guidelines?
FAQ: How do I get a website?
If you are looking to create a lab or department website, please visit websites.ucsf.edu for a comprehensive guide.
UCSF Innovation, Technology & Alliances (ITA) is responsible for negotiating and signing all industry research contracts between UCSF and industry sponsors. This includes clinical trial agreements, material transfers agreements (incoming materials of all types and outgoing clinical specimen or data), sponsored research agreements, grants (including UC Discovery and SBIR/STTR), and confidentiality agreements.