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Announcements feature latest news, upcoming programmatic and significant cancer-related events, funding opportunities and more.

 

Funding Opportunities

REMINDER: Transdisciplinary Translational Team (T3) Science Award

Due Date: August 1, 2014

Overview
In recognition of the need to support investigators interested in pursuing large multi-project or multi-member grants, the HDFCCC supports this award mechanism aimed at fostering transdisciplinary research within the center.

Each award under this mechanism will provide $100,000 for the term of one year for a team of three or more HDFCCC Members or Associate Members to engage in activities necessary for the creation of a successful proposal submission to the National Cancer Institute or other peer-reviewed granting agency for a program-project level grant, including grants within the Specialized Program of Research Excellence mechanism (SPORE) or program project grants (PPG).

This Award may be used to offset investigator salaries, preliminary laboratory and clinical studies, use of cores, and a limited amount of travel and meeting expense necessary to bring expert external advisors in to review the team’s proposal.

See the entire RFA for eligibility requirements.

 

NCI Outstanding Investigator Award (R35)

The objective of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Outstanding Investigator Award (OIA) is to provide long-term support to experienced investigators with outstanding records of cancer research productivity who propose to conduct exceptional research. The OIA is intended to allow investigators the opportunity to take greater risks, be more adventurous in their lines of inquiry, or take the time to develop new techniques. The OIA would allow an Institution to submit an application nominating an established Program Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) for a 7-year grant.
Deadline:   9/1   Internal LOI due to Kate Shumate

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OTHER FUNDING NOTES:

Current Limited Submission Opportunities (Applications through LSO office)


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Industry Partnerships

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Research Links

Intramural Awards
ACS Institutional Research Grant Program, Clinical Investigator Research Program, and Stewart Trust Cancer Research Award Program.

Funding Opportunities
Links to online searching mechanisms for research funding opportunities.

Core Facilities
Service forms and other information about shared resources/facilities for the UCSF and Bay Area scientific community.

Cancer Center Membership
Application and information on becoming a Cancer Center Member.

HDFCCC Principal Investigators
Faculty investigators representing more than 50 departments and institutes within UCSF and other collaborating institutions are listed within the People directory, where additional lists are available for clinical care providers, lab websites, and participants in UCSF graduate programs.

Programmatic Research
The Cancer Center’s multidisciplinary research programs offer opportunities for collaboration around shared research interests.

Lab Websites
Approximately half of the Cancer Center’s faculty members conduct laboratory research at UCSF and other Bay Area institutions. Links are offered here for laboratory websites.

Training Programs
Information about UCSF medical education in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, and Pharmacy; PhD and other graduate training; and specialized training programs such as the Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research.

Clinical Links

Tumor Boards
Listing of regular tumor boards and clinical conferences at UCSF locations.

Investigational Trials Resource (Policies)
This page for clinical research personnel contains policies related to the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Investigational Therapeutics Resource (ITR).

Cancer Registry
Annual statistical reports on cancer incidence, staging, and demographics for patients diagnosed or treated at UCSF.

AJCC Staging Forms
Cancer staging forms from the American Joint Committee on Cancer.

 

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