EGRP News Flash - July 17, 2013

June Issue of Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program Electronic Newsletter Now Available

The July issue of the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP)'s Cancer Epidemiology Matters E-News is now available and includes the following:

  • Features
    • Large-Budget Grant Applications Require 8 Weeks Advance Notice Before Submission
    • Data Available for Research Use: Public Concern about Environmental Exposures
    • Cancer Data and Statistical Tools for Researchers
  • Selected Funding Opportunity Announcements from NIH and Other Organizations
    • SAGE Bionetworks/DREAM Challenges: Breast Cancer Network Inference Challenge, Toxicogenetics Challenge, and Whole-Cell Parameter Estimation Challenge
    • DOD Prostate Cancer Research Program: Health Disparity Research Award and Population Science Impact Award
    • Research on the Role of Epigenetics in Social, Behavioral, Environmental, and Biological Relationships throughout the Life-Span and Across Generations (R21)
    • NCI Exploratory/Research Developmental Program (R21)
    • Notice of Intent to Publish a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for the NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory - Demonstrating Projects for Pragmatic Clinical Trials Focusing on Multiple Chronic Conditions (UH2/UH3)
    • Notice of Intent to Publish an FOA for Administrative Supplements for Informationist Services in NIH-Funded Research Projects
  • NIH Grants Policy Announcement
    • NIH to Require Use of Updated Electronic Application Forms
  • Job Opportunity
    • Cancer Research Training Award Fellow for Clinical and Translational Epidemiology
  • Upcoming Webinars, Seminars, and Conferences
    • New Developments in the Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey
    • Health Information National Trends Survey User Conference
    • Radiogenomics Consortium Annual Meeting
    • NIH Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Annual Meeting
  • New Cancer Epidemiology Matters Blog Post
    • Shifting the Cancer Research Paradigm: Early Life Exposures and Cancer Risk Later in Life

View the full version of the Cancer Epidemiology Matters July Newsletter.External Web Site Policy

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